Well, here I am back from a week of backbacking in the mountains and a week behind in wrestling. When I left, we were all wondering who mauled HBK, what would become of Jericho/Flair, and what Benoit and Eddie's role would be on Smackdown. I was one of those people who was telling all the Triple H conspiracy theorists to lay off. I mean, they surely wouldn't repeat the "It was me, [insert name], it was me!" would they? Now I'm willing to admit I was wrrrrrr.... That I was wrrrrr.... Aw, c'mon...do I have to say it? I've read the updates, but what I really want to know is how it felt to everyone who saw it unfold. How have HHH, Jericho, Flair, Eddie, Chris, and the gang performed in your opinion? When I left WWE was putting on its best shows in months. Is that still true? At 11:00 pm on Monday, did you feel entertained? Please enlighten those of us who were busy avoiding bears.
WyldeWolf1 The Man of 1,008 holds, making him 3 holds better than Chris Jericho!
Well, if you've had the chance to check out a lot of the other threads, I think it's pretty apparent that last night, RAW RULED. It's been a long time since I've seen such unanimous applause for one of WWE's weekly efforts.
The main event was GREAT. The Kane tease during Howard Finkel's promo was hair-raising, and Mini-dust getting MAULED by the Island Boys was so grisly, I LMAO! Even some of the stuff that was a bit flat came off well, because the Seattle crowd ruled.
I don't want you to feel bad or anything, but last night's RAW was, in my opinion, the best one yet since Bischoff became GM. If you can, find a friend who recorded the show and WATCH IT.
You returned from your sojourn in the mountains at the right time!
David Crockett sez it best, folks: "Look at 'im! Look at 'im, Tony!"
The Rock already opened a movie by himself, whereas Stifler has never headlined a movie as such (Chow Yun Fat was the 'star' in Bulletproof Monk, Duchovny was meant to bring the X-File fans to Evolution and the American Pie Trilogy and Road Trip were e...