If Jericho were to be de-pushed, I'd be all for this.
But I like that Christian/Storm team...wish they'd done a little better last night.
Bill Savage went over to the (Stu Hart) house and one of the Hart kids was running around with his hair wet. Savage asked why his hair was wet. Stu said, "The little bastard broke a vase this morning, so I stuck his head in the toilet. Want me to show you again?" From the Ring Around the Northwest newsletter
Yeah, Jericho, Storm and Christian seem to be in the same stable, anyway, what some people refer to as The Canadian Horsemen.
True, it would take a de-push of Jericho for it to happen. And no, I'm not in favor of that at this point.
Christian and Storm are very good as a team, but I wish they'd do a better job at playing off their differences. They remind me of Head Cheese-- kind of an Abbott and Costello pairing. The Odd Couple, y'know? That really hasn't been played to full effect, in my ihop-inion.
Speaking of said stable, why was Test taken out of the Brotherhood of Evil Canadians?
Here's this huge guy who can get away with anything in the company that would make perfect backup for a heel champ, and he's decided to team up with Booker for a short term tag feud. The guy's got FREAKIN' IMMUNITY and he's hardly using it.
Hell, if it were me I'd start by Giloolying HHH during his long walk to the ring, then I'd Pillmanize the People's Elbow, and so on. Take out the Main Eventers as violently as possible until all that remained was myself and the champ. Have the big blowoff match happen at SS '02 where the deal is you have to win the World Title before your immunity runs out or you are big time screwed.
Sorry WWF, didn't mean to make sense.
One of these days I'll come up with a sig that does not suck.
Errr...I like Test and everything (I even have a weekly post on him in the Test forum), but he's not a main-eventer, nor should he be doing main-eventer things, or taking main-eventers off television. Test isn't ready for the main event. Pushing him like he is makes for really stupid business.
You are correct, Excalibur. Test shouldn't be main eventing. He shouldn't have won the immunity either, but now that he has it, they might as well try to develop it into something. That really is a potentially good gimmick.
Hogan got the wins back over Warrior (at Halloween Havoc '98) and Undertaker (the Tuesday in Texas controversy). But as someone who watched WCW religiously for several years, I know he never beat Goldberg.