at least, to me. I mean, if you ask me about what happened last night, it all went in my eyes and out my brain leaving no lasting impression, with the possible exception of the Baroni/Whoever beat him and I was rooting for but never bothered to remember his name match, which I remember really enjoying while I was watching it. Also, seeing Tank go down to an anklelock before even one round ended was pretty choice.
Oh, Ken Shamrock is a good commentator. I didn't miss Joe Rogan near as much as I thought I would. (I'd love to have them BOTH at the same table!)
Co-motherloving-signed. That may be the most anti-climactic ending for Raw of all time. Gosh, I wonder who Cena will pick? Could it be the guy who they made posters saying would fucking team with Cena??