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!"
From the Observer site: --Orlando Jordan was fired today because of extreme heat over who he was traveling with. Actually he was pretty much told to go home on Tuesday before Smackdown and the official firing was today.