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I'd like to shake the hand of whoever came up with those recommendations, for he/she truly has a great sense of humor. Imagine if a casual fan wanted to buy a Trippulaytch DVD and saw that list, what will he think?
Originally posted by The Great ThomasI'd like to shake the hand of whoever came up with those recommendations, for he/she truly has a great sense of humor. Imagine if a casual fan wanted to buy a Trippulaytch DVD and saw that list, what will he think?
Probably that Trip and Chyna are sneaking around behind Steph/Steph's and No-Sac's backs.
I want you to know, I agree with everything I've just said.
It would be nice if WWE would actually keep tag-teams together for several years like the old days of The Road Warriors, The Steiner Brothers and Harlem Heat. But wait, all three of those teams spent much of that time in WCW, didn't they?