"No no, this is serious now, kill the beat - kill the beat! People think I'm crazy, that's what everybody's tellin me cause me beating you is like you winning a spellin bee! That's ok, tonight I silence em all - you're a neanderthal so I'll use words that small. I'm Brock Lesnar! Here Comes The Pain! God built me strong - FORGOT TO GIVE ME BRAIN! You hop around all day like there's potatoes in your crack - that's a nice tattoo of YOUR MOTHER on your back! Yo I'm untouchable, you can peep my ability, I'm like a basic math problem - you just can't finish me!"
Originally posted by fuelinjectedI hope the Main Event against Brock is a sign that they're moving Cena more into the mix with the established guys. His heel act is one of the freshest things they've got.
I think Vince is having a big problem lately with trying new things, hence the returns of Mr. MacMahon, Austin, Rock, rehashes of the same fueds they left with, and the continued push of sloths like Rikishi and Albert. Lately, I'm leaning away from "Triple H is holding everyone down" and towards "Vince is unwilling to change."
I think as long as Heyman is booking you'll keep seeing experiments like this on Smackdown, but until Vince has a psychotic episode I don't see it going anywhere.
Of course, that's just my opinion, I could be wrong...
If You Had to Sleep With Stephanie, You'd Look This Mad Too
I hope you are; Cena's last two Thugenomics have been verbal beatdowns of Brock -- there's *no* way Lesnar could have done that promo. Cena reminds me of Rock in the charisma department... I hope I'm not the only one there. He's funny enough that you want to root for him.
Also, IIRC, I think Tazz and Cole have dropped the "rookie" gimmick from him. They can slap that on Kendrick, now.
"We had four couples, eight questions, a refrigerator and that's it." --Chuck Barris, talking about The Newlywed Game on LIVE! With Regis and Kelly
Well Mr. Burns had done it. The power plant had won it. With Rogers Clemens clucking all the while. Mike Scioscia's tragic illness made us smile. While Wade Boggs lay unconscious on the barroom tile. We're talkin'... Softball. From Maine to San Diego. Talkin'... Softball. Mattingly and Canseco. Ken Griffey's grotesquely swollen jaw. Steve Sax and his run-in with the law. We're talkin' Homer... Ozzie and the Straw.
There are lots of wrestlers who people on this board adore From Benoit to Angle, but I guarantee Cena will never bore This kid is golden on the mic like a young Adrock Just look at how he verbally tore up Brock He doesn't need to get over with Buchanan He'll use whatever the bookers throw at im' We all know his style is ill and fast Like the vapor trail from a glock blast A white rapper in the vein of Bubba Sparxxx I tune in to Smackdown to see Cena's remarks.
RIP Curt Hennig: Yeah, they call me a redneck, but you know---that's a beautiful thing!
You don't get it boy, this isn't a mudhole... it's an operating table. And I'm the surgeon. Something tells me to stop with the leg. I don't listen to it. But where in the world is there in the world A man so extroardinaire?
Originally posted by HrdCoreJoe"What exactly is the "Killswitch?""
I'm pretty sure it's his belly to back suplex-into a sit out rock bottom. Back when he was just regular ol' John Cena that tended to be what he used.
I'll bet you three bucks the WWE doesn't know what it is, either. They just needed a name to plug into the Tale of the Tape.
It had to be a name without "bomb" or "plex" in it so that, when Cena settles on a finisher, no matter what it is, bam, it's the Killswitch.
(The best thing about my theory is that it can't be disproven!)
So in other words, It's the Protobomb/Protoplex.
I have a special friend. He's the baby Jesus and I love him and...and...he don't give me no s**t and he don't f**k around and he's just the f**king coolest guy and I wanna say I love the baby Jesus.I can't say enough.I love the baby Jesus and I think...he's the best thing and he's really great when he shares his love for everbody.You know what I mean?I can't even see a manger without thinkin' about him,eh?I just love the Jesus.I've only been into him for a couple of hours though,but I'm really into him. --Bruce McCulloch
Slammys were a bad show to follow last week's good show up with, because they are such a drag. Really, we're at the point where they should spin the Slammys off back into an actual award show and put it on the Network.