Originally posted by jk BACKLASH Victoria (c) vs. Nidia
Man, if Molly doesn't get some kind of a rematch with Victoria soon, that would be superlame, all considered. I think it would work to make it triple-threat Victoria/Molly/Nidia, since Molly has the personal motive, Nidia has expressed her interest in the title, and Nidia has a win over Molly. That way it wouldn't be a straight rematch, but the issue between Victoria and Molly wouldn't just be dropped.
Originally posted by jk Chris Jericho vs. Christian
Keep in mind Christian said he "got the match [he] wanted" not specifically that he got a match between himself and Jericho. After all, why would he want a straight re-match when he already beat him. I expect a screwy stip, or a handicap match to be announced next Monday.
Originally posted by jk World Tag Team Championships Batista and Ric Flair (c) vs. Shelton Benjamin and ???
I wouldn't be surprised. Hurricane would be an obvious choice, except that he already has a partner. Rosey could get beat down by Evolution to free up Hurricane to tag with Shelton, and give him an extra motivation. I'd rather see Shelton in singles but I can't think with whom, since HHH and Orton already have their dance cards filled.
Originally posted by jk JUDGMENT DAY
WWE Championship Eddie Guerrero (c) vs. Bradshaw
Please, god, let saner heads prevail!
Originally posted by jk Booker T vs. Rob Van Dam
That's not a bad idea.
Originally posted by jk Cruiserweight Championship Chavo Guerrrero (c) vs. Spike Dudley
Although I thought their match ruled, I don't see how Spike rates a straight up rematch only a few weeks later, considering how many deserving contenders there are. Maybe this is another case where a three-way would work, keeping an issue alive while avoiding a straight-up rematch.
Originally posted by jk The Undertaker vs. The Big Show
My impression was that Show's position was that if they needed him to main event in May, he'd put off his surgery, otherwise he was going to get both knees scoped.
That gives me an idea, though. If Angle's ready to work in May, but they don't want to go with an Angle/Guerrero rematch yet, and they really want to do Guerrero v Layfield on PPV, but want something else in the main event slot (obviously) they could go with Angle/Taker. They have six weeks, they can come up with a reason, and those two rule together.
"A true champion knows how to deal with adversity."-- Kurt Angle
They could do a lot worse than Steiner. I'd sure rather see him than Nash, Hogan, or even Hall. As much as I would like to see the WWF give all these indie guys a chance, it wouldn't make sense from a ratings standpoint.