PWinsider's Mike Johnson posted that the E is in the process of booking a 25 Diva Battle Royal for WM 25. There are only 19 Divas total(including Lillian who isn't a wrestler) on the combined rosters, so they will have to call up some other women (previous and outside talent.)No word on this being for 1 or both of the womens titles or just a match. Either way I for one hope it's actually given some time. And it will be cool to see some other faces in the ring. I'm guessing We'll see Gail Kim,a Mae Young appearance, and probably Trish Stratus. Maybe Ivory and Molly, and possibly Lita ,Dawn Marie, or someone from Shimmer. I personally would mark out for Tori but as I recall she was let go on not good terms so I doubt it. And I don't see them calling anyone who worked for WOW,TE contestants or Kimona Wanalaya given todays fans have such short attention spans.
That never stopped them from bringing back Moolah and Mae Young. But I'm guessing that Richter isn't too keen on returning given that she was the first victim of a Bret Hart-style screwjob over her title.
Kirk, crackers are a family food. Happy families. Maybe single people eat crackers, we don't know. Frankly, we don't want to know. It's a market we can do without.
You know what, Mickie James needs to re-enact her psycho pseudo-lesbian gimmick. They showed Trish v Mickie from WM22 as part of the "From The Vault" segment and I was reminded how just how awesome Mickie was when she was playing mindgames with Trish. On a side note, even without the infamous crotch-grab, that match is fantastic, probably in the ***1/4-1/2 range, and has unreal heat at the finish.
Forfeit the game, before somebody else takes you outta the game, and puts your name to shame Cover up your face, you can't run the race The pace is too fast, you just won't last - "Points Of Authority" - Linkin Park
Originally posted by used2bcoolYou know what, Mickie James needs to re-enact her psycho pseudo-lesbian gimmick.
The problem with that is that it's difficult to get a psychopath to do face-type stuff, while at the same time few wrestling fans want to boo a pseudo-lesbian. Some occasional references would be fun though.
Well, though 2006's Road to WrestleMania has been limping along so much that I haven't even watched this week's RAW yet, let alone recapped it, WWE at least has the common courtesy to remind 24/7 Online subscribers like myself about some of the more recen...