1) Brock Lesner "accidently" throws The Undertaker off the Cell and breaks his leg. Undertaker can't walk, and thus is forced to job cleanly.
2) HHH trips on his own water spit halfway through his match with Kane, tearing his quad and putting him out for 4 months. HHH can still hobble, so he doesn't job clean. Kane sets him on fire."
Since everyone else is doing it (ok, not EVERYONE, but...)
Vikings (0-4) - Whoops, that kinda...Uh...Sucked. Hey but at least we looked better in the second half! Badgers (5-0) - *Sigh.* Bye weeks sure are boring. Twins (1-1) - Well, that wasn't so hot, now was it? Buffy 7.2 earns a 8.8 Out of 10 for being the funniest episode since "Tabula Rasa" and without the dramatic ending. It might even have scored higher if my UPN's audio didn't cut out and I didn't have to watch it in closed captioning...
1. Teo unify the titles via blatant screwjob, a Jericho face turn post-match where he destroys Teo with Kane, and a slow build to a Wrestlemania rematch between the two where Teo is threatened with being fired unless he does a clean job to God in the middle of the ring. Of course, it'll never happen, but I can dream, right?
2. Brock kicks Undertaker's ass to Timbuktu and back, stopping briefly to toss Mattitude off the cage when the little punk tries to interject himself, a triumphant F5 to retain without breaking a sweat, and an extended beatdown afterwards so Taker can disappear until, oh, he's ready to start his retirement feud.
CRZ NOTABLE QUOTABLE OF THE MONTH: KANE: Triple H...tonight, I will burn the flesh from your body! MICHAEL COLE: OH MY GOD. KANE THREATENING TRIPLE H, SAYING HE'S GONNA BURN THE FLESH FROM HIS BODY! CRZ: Umm, I heard it the FIRST time! -- WWF Smackdown, 9/9/99
Originally posted by PhantomConsidering that Taker was listed in the Ross Report as requiring surgery soon, AND is expecting a baby, I think it's almost a given at this point that he won't be the one walking out of the Cell
That doesn't have to mean anything. Taker could get shot into both knees with a pumpgun by Brock and still wouldn't job clean. Brock will win though, but not for those reasons.
I read lots of mixed reviews on last night's show, and I understand what they're saying. But I enjoyed it last night for sure. Why? Because I remembered what happened this time last year. Let's revisit RAW one year ago this week, shall we?