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Mayhem
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Since: 25.4.03
From: Nashville, TN

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#1 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.31

This just occured to me ... So with Nash being out for a couple months with the (Kurt Angle) neck surgery ... one has to ponder who is going to be the one attacking Goldberg backstage.

My theory ... Triple H ...

Since he's "rumored" to be getting a rematch at Survivor Series, it wouldn't surprise me to see WWE pull a "he was trying to collect his own bounty" storyline since there really is no other viable heel ...

Damn, that sounds even worse typed out ...



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Since: 15.2.02
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#2 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.64
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In the local advertisements for Survivor Series, it hypes 3H vs. Cold Beer. But it is WWE, so, who knows?



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Since: 6.1.02
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#3 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.57
I think you're on the right track there Mayhem but not quite. With Nash on the shelf I think the best choice to take the bounty is...



Batista

I mean he is going to be back soon i'm guessing since he's healthy enough to wrestle in OVW. So who better to get the bounty then Triple H's stablemate. They could come up with some angle where the whole thing was just a trick to get people to attack Goldberg and get people HBK to turn on him when they all along were going to keep it in the stable and give Batista the prize. Then after Goldberg beats Batista he can then move on to Triple H for the rematch at Survivor Series. What better way to bring back someone who has been on the shelf then to have him be Goldberg's attacker. It's a good way to make Batista a serious player. Sure the Batista/Goldberg match won't be pretty but neither was the scheduled Nash/Goldberg match.



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Since: 20.3.02
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#4 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.39
My guess is that it's either HHH, Orton, or Batista.

The HHH scenario is very likely, as he has done the exact same angle at least twice in the past ("It was me, Austin!" and "It was me, HBK!"). It wasn't exactly the same angle, as there is no hidden identity, but it's in the same vein of having many potential superstars to choose from and having it, ultimately, end with HHH accomplishing the task.

Orton is also very likely. The early plan around SummerSlam was for some big HHH-Orton feud to make him into a main eventer. So, what better way to give Orton a big head and have him established as being superior to HHH than by having him take out Goldberg? Then, HHH beats him.

Batista is coming back and he's big, and he ties into the Evolution stable, so he's another likely suspect. Of course, Batista isn't really much in the charisma department, nor has he shown any real potential (well, he does have tattoos, I guess), but it's possible. Gives Goldberg someone to feud with while HHH hogs the title feud with Orton.

None of these scenarios are any good.
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Since: 23.7.02

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#5 Posted on
    Originally posted by Quezzy
    What better way to bring back someone who has been on the shelf then to have him be Goldberg's attacker. It's a good way to make Batista a serious player. Sure the Batista/Goldberg match won't be pretty but neither was the scheduled Nash/Goldberg match.

This sounds way too much like Rikishi being Austin's attacker. But it does sound like something they'd do.

Every time they set up one of these "mystery" angles (who is the higher power, who attacked Austin/Goldberg, etc.) the ending turns out to be a huge letdown. I hope this will be the first one that actually pays off, but given their recent record, I doubt it...
Mayhem
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Since: 25.4.03
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#6 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.31
    Originally posted by KoRnhornio
    This sounds way too much like Rikishi being Austin's attacker. But it does sound like something they'd do.

    Every time they set up one of these "mystery" angles (who is the higher power, who attacked Austin/Goldberg, etc.) the ending turns out to be a huge letdown. I hope this will be the first one that actually pays off, but given their recent record, I doubt it...


I agree ... this will probably be a letdown as well ... the only thing that they can really do is maybe bring a Smackdown guy over to RAW.



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Since: 26.1.03
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#7 Posted on | Instant Rating: 2.04
You know, this seems like a pretty good angle for the WWE to capitalize and, you know, ELEVATE someone. Even just to face Goldberg as a main-event on RAW with some good buildup. I know, I know, I'm talking crazy. It'll be Trips.
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Since: 14.7.03
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#8 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.36
I really can't think of anyone on the roster that would be a surprise and not a letdown that can be the mystery attacker. Batista is the only other choice to HHH and Orton yet that really doesn't seem to excite anyone. Nash would of been boring as well. Can anyone think of someone not in the promotion or that is out with an injury that would be a fun choice to mess with Goldberg till Trips comes back?



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Since: 26.1.03
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#9 Posted on | Instant Rating: 2.04
    Originally posted by ThreeLeggedWonder
    I really can't think of anyone on the roster that would be a surprise and not a letdown that can be the mystery attacker. Batista is the only other choice to HHH and Orton yet that really doesn't seem to excite anyone. Nash would of been boring as well. Can anyone think of someone not in the promotion or that is out with an injury that would be a fun choice to mess with Goldberg till Trips comes back?

Scotty 2 Hotty? Oh wait, you said FUN choice. They could have it be Bob Holly. I'd pay to see that match, only becaus I KNOW one of them would start shooting on the other for being too stiff.

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Since: 22.9.03
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#10 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.12
We're a brutal crowd, aren't we? I for one would love to see a shoot fight between any of my favorite grapplers. But wrestlers actually trying to hurt each other, out of anger, that's...ok, yeah, I'd pay to see that.
We are vicious creatures.

HHH - I'm telling ya, wrestlers don't make good bounty hunters. You need a professional...who's willing to go within ten feet of Bill Goldberg.
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Since: 26.1.03
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#11 Posted on | Instant Rating: 2.04
This would obviously be a good time to bring back former WCW jobber......The Bounty Hunter.
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Since: 14.7.03
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#12 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.36
    Originally posted by LotusMegami
    We're a brutal crowd, aren't we? I for one would love to see a shoot fight between any of my favorite grapplers. But wrestlers actually trying to hurt each other, out of anger, that's...ok, yeah, I'd pay to see that.
    We are vicious creatures.



    You know the sick bastard part of me would love to see someone go nuts one day and just break the script and go at someone. Now if this someone happened to be HHH and the person to go nuts were someone he was holding down or felt held down that would just be classic tv. Then again that is the sick bastard part of me.



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#13 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.33
The choice is so obvious I'm shocked it took so long for someone to think of it: Nothing says Bounty like Rosey. He could then call himself the Quicker Picker Upper. Thank you all for coming. Remember to buy the veal.



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Since: 18.2.02
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#14 Posted on
Esse Rios!

Kurt Angle was right all along!



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Since: 11.5.03
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".......and the person after the $100,000 bounty ? Yes, you guessed it.......Frank Stallone." --- Norm McDonald, SNL Weekend Update



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#16 Posted on
As long as we are mentioning Scotty 2 Hotty and Rikishi in this thread, has anyone here heard that they are coming back and teaming on Smackdown this week?
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