I would've liked to see Val teamed with Albert and then work a classic heel power style. Sorta like a Minnesota Wrecking Crew style. With the tag division being shite, I thought a good experienced heel team would be good to build up the young guys against.
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Originally posted by Jeb Tennyson Lund• One of these days, when Triple H is in the middle of one of his long grunting promos, Jericho should just lean forward, stick his finger on the end of Triple H's schnozz and say, "poooooooke!" No one will know what to do.
Originally posted by Tenken347If there's nothing to do with him, there's nothing to do. He's been firmly in the midcard for all six years of his tenure, so I can understand creative not giving him a whole lot of priority.
Yeah, of course we all remember his mini-push with the IC strap against Shamrock. And, he boinked Ryan Shamrock. He also boinked Mrs. Yamagushi San.
He is talented and has great mic skills, right ?
I say turn him heel, put him up against Edge...and use some real life story in the drama. And...of course, put Edge over.
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(edited by headlock on 6.4.04 2048) "FOR THE LOVE OF GOD, BENOIT, HOLD ON TO THAT DAMN TITLE !!!
I don't see any advantage to keeping Venis aboard. I have yet to see this amazing wrestling skill everyone claims he has. He can't do anything without an irish whip. It's his transition in every situation. I just found him so horribly bland. Letting him go frees up roster space, and it gives him a chance to go out and rediscover something. He, like Raven, may be in a position to be one of those few castoffs who can recoup their WWE downsides with enough TNA and Indy Bookings.
I'd tell you to kiss my ass, but I don't want to get it infected.
I also liked the Chief Morley character, I think he was doing fine as Bischoff's muscle/boy. I think he has above average overall talent. His mic skills are pretty good (lots of body language when he talks) and he moves well for a guy with decent size that he is.
When I saw him come back as the Val character in the IC battle Royal, I questioned "Why on earth do this again?". I thought he might have done this for one night win the title and jump over to Smackdown and then start a new character... The Val character is really so past it's time, maybe him being the "ladies man" is okay but going all the way back and claiming you do movies, very lame.
smark/net attack wienerville advisory stays at BLUE alert - Guarded (With Benoit & Eddie being World & WWE champions you'd expect the alert to be Green but couldn't do it due to Trish/Y2J character switches)- 3/16
Honors for Smartest thing ever written, 5th Horseman "When Victoria, Trish, Molly, and Lilian were in the ring.. I commented to my friends that all of the 4 ladies in the ring were hotter than the all 4 that are fighting over who is the hottest in the WWE"
Val would be a great addition to Smackdown. Send 'im over for a little bit of character rehab like they're doing with Booker and RVD. Hell, they could do it with Lance, too, why not. Lance'd be a nice addition to the Cruisers and Val'd make a decent tag partner for JBL, who should NOT be a singles wrestler for any length of time no matter WHAT his gimmick is.
Kansas-born and deeply ashamed The last living La Parka Marka
"They that can give up essential liberty to gain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety." - Benjamin Franklin
Rock, Austin, and Hogan have influenced the fan's impression of wrestling more than anyone else. Ric Flair probably influenced more fellow wrestlers than anyone. The Road Warriors are under rated too. They popularized face paint and the like.