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Originally posted by Mr. BoffoBrock Lesnar is back.
Another Hell-in-the-Cell would be too soon.
Wouldn't they just announce Brock Lesnar's return by having him randomly attack someone out of nowhere? Like his original debut? Announcing someone's return seems like it would make the actual return anti-climactic.
Originally posted by sentonBOMBWouldn't they just announce Brock Lesnar's return by having him randomly attack someone out of nowhere? Like his original debut? Announcing someone's return seems like it would make the actual return anti-climactic.
Unless Vince's announcement of Brock's return is immediately followed by Brock's actual return, or some other Brock appearance/interview-related event.
Hell in a Cell? No Way, thats Bischoff's job. Referee? I don't think so. Matt/Edge? Possible. Lesnar? Most Likely. To get a bidding war going that would end up in a SummerSlam contract signing thingy between Raw and Smackdown.
Originally posted by Mayhem Or maybe Vince's announcement is that RAW is the "longest-running fictional program" in the history of television, surpassing Gunsmoke.
What are the stipulations for this record? I would have thought The Simpsons would hold the record of longest-running fictional series, or do animated series not count?
If the announcement does have something to do with Brock, I think it would be fun if Vince came out to deliver some worked, BS announcement, only to be attacked and beat down by Lesnar. That should get Brock's return off to a rip-roaring start.
(edited by Stilton on 1.8.05 1603) He was a popular attraction until he choked to death on a corn kernel.
The Simpsons can only have about 380 episodes tops, and that's being generous and assuming 24 episodes for each of 16 seasons.
(edited by EddieBurkett on 1.8.05 1614) "Now that you've built up the courage to get into the gym, let me give you five reasons why you should put in the time to train with consistency: 1. Increased strength 2. Improved self-confidence 3. Injury prevention 4. Self-discipline 5. Sex (Trust me, you'll have a better shot with the ladies if you're in shape.)" -- Making the Game, pp. 14 - 15
Well, Meltzer's saying he might stick around now, that the WWE is working something out with him. Considering that he's one of my favorite guys in the industry (hey, he's a "Republican redneck" and his best friend is Ron Simmons)