Since everyone else is doing it (ok, not EVERYONE, but...)
Vikings (0-4) - Bye weeks are boring (round 2) Badgers (5-1) - Congrats to Penn State. Time to rethink our defense. Twins (1-0) - Mays looked like a million bucks. In short, our team's whole salary. 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...
"And in front of the entire world, I want to show my little boy that sometimes - just sometimes, you have to FIGHT to be a man." - Michael S. Hickenbottom, the man who does not take part in angles that conflict with his religion, swearing violent revenge on HHH in full view of his two-year-old son. 11:06 PM, EST. 08/05/02. This angle, which has gone from being a "clean" wrestling match to an all-out unsanctioned street fight for bloody revenge is apparently sponsored by the book of Joshua.
Hennig's AWA title win is the only thing I remember from the AWA (outside of the Road Warriors kicking ass). Hennig used a roll of quarters to win the title. The AWA led an investigation into the tainted win, but couldn't find enough evidence and had to begrudgingly let Hennig keep the title.
Hennig sucked last night in TNA, by the way. He looked so happy to be there (sarcasm).
"Oh would you stop being all stealthy and just get in the truck"- Tom Servo
AWA, where he was also partners with Scott Hall, so at least there was some sort of sense in him replacing Hall in a match. Not that 95% of the audience probably caught it.
Actually, there was a tip-off on Monday night when JR kept talking about Lawler beating Hennig for the AWA Title in 1988. I mean, how many times in Lawler's decade in the WWF have they actually discussed his time as AWA World Champ?
I want you to know, I agree with everything I've just said.
http://www.betweentheropes.com/stream.php?filename=0727.wma Latest episode of Between The Ropes. The hosts of the show pretty accurately sum up my current feelings on WWE and why I watch TNA. And you know what? They are right.