Just wanna say, The writer that came up with the idea for Stacy to dance around in her panties is a genius. It was a good raw but this made it so much better (pictures can explain my thoughts better then words)
have they gone back to a steiner / test fued? dropped the Nash / test crap ( thank god since i didn't think i could stay awake if they fought ). My idea would be that they get stacy and test back together some how since the steiner stacy stuff seems repeatitive.. him checking out her ass as she enters the ring. maybe some kind of kidnap thing next raw.. sounds lame but id think it'd be interesting. stacy as a heel is so much better then stacy as a face, shows more skin often too.
For all the talk about the WWE playing to people's weaknesses instead of covering them, I'd say they've done a good job with Stacy. They rarely ever let her talk and now they've done a segment where they even manage to keep her face off the camera most of the time.
They carried this angle since just before WrestleMania and should have ended at Bad Blood. Frankly it was a strain watching an angle between those two carry on for three months, but since it was a sign that the Raw writers were getting back to planning out undercard feuds I didn't mind it. But for the love of God, move on. Just like the Booker/Christian feud was a good idea, it's over now. Midcard feuds do not have an infinite shelf life. All they do is make midcarders boring again if they aren't freshened up with new angles.
Well, Test hasn't been interesting in 4 years (the Wedding & HHH's steal) and Steiner was never interesting to begin with. Rick was the Steiner with personality, and Scott was the one who could wrestle. Now, Scott's too damned big to do anything cool, so that invalidates that, too.
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Someone needs to page Vince Russo, since that Flair promo was a perfect example of a semi-shoot angle that works well as an on-air angle and is 'inside' enough for more hardcore fans to understand. What was the deal here, anyway?