Now really, if you weeeel, how can you NOT love the run in jackasses?!?! I cheered for that guy, and for the look RVD gave him. You know that, "Whoooa, what the fuuuuck duuuuude??" Priceless. And for a damn second I asked myself what Justin Credible was doing in that match...then I realized it was crazy fan dude and I marked out. He wasn't as cool as the fat guy who had the balls to try and jump Hogan, Hall AND Nash @ Bash at the Beach 96 or the one that TOOK DOWN Jericho when he held the belt this last year, or when that one guy (the hardcore Jerichoholic) ran in the ring with Jericho pants and Glitzy shirt and did the pose before getting the security beatdown...Ah, but it was funny to see him get a few shots from Eddy. I'm sorry, but that was just damn hilarious. Just remember, ANYTHING can happen in the WWE!!
I gotta give Eddy credit for not killin' the guy, also for the "heads" up noticing the guy running in. If you look at it again, during the close up, you can see him watching the guy. If he hadn't seen him, he could have been seriously hurt.
Kudos to Eddy for not hammering the guy any worse than he did, he certainly deserved it.
To be honest with you I wish Eddie had beat his ass more than he did. I'm talkin' put his ass in a submission hold Stu Hart style and make the guy scream like a bitch. Period. No use for regular guy run-in's. It's a waste of my time. And anyone who wants to see some Jackass in a fuckin' Edmonton Oilers jersey hurt Eddie Guererro, then you my friend, aren't a real wrestling fan. Although this doesn't top the two Jericho run ins, one where Jericho kicked the crap out of the guy (hastily edited on Smackdown) and the other where a guy dressed as Jericho got in the ring with the Rock and Rock told Jericho to "Get his jerkoff dad outta' the ring!"
Run-in fans are stupid and should be pugilized by the best. I hope he spends the night in prison and loses his mangina's virginity by the local rabblerousers. Loser.
(edited by WhoBettahThanDeion on 28.5.02 0029) Triumph: I kid, I kid. I think Triple H is a great Wrestler! For-Ah! (pause looks around for crowd reaction) Me-Ah! (pause looks around for crowd reaction) To-Ah! Poop-Ah! ON!
Seriously though, getting back to the topic on hand, I was impressed by how quickly Eddy came to his senses and went right after the fan in question. And this should be the final nail in the coffin for anybody who was on the "Is Jim Ross a total idiot?" issue.
"So much emotion." "You never know what's going to happen on a live night on RAW"
"Hello, my name is Philo and welcome to Secrets of the Universe. Today we are going to learn how to make plutonium from common household items."
I couldn't believe the idiots in the crowd actually popped for the coward. How can you cheer for a guy who's not brave even brave enough to jump a guy on the ground, but feels the need to take a cheap shot at a guy trying to perform on a ladder? Must be the same kind of mentality that makes one think that saying "What?" during the National Anthem is really cool.
I'll say that the "What" during the National Anthem was really bad, but with breath-taking RVD moonsaults, Eddy's heel psychology, Benoit at ringside, 1 or 2 blown spots, and the drunken Canadian rampage, I must say that last night's ladder match was the greatest RAW match of 2002. Honestly, who can say that they did not enjoy that match? I think the fact my friends and I were playing a RAW drinking game helped our enjoyment, too.
I actually switched channels the instant the punk jumped in the ring. There are some things that just bother me, and fans running into the ring, or onto the field, really bother me. This is something that ruins not just wrestling, but any sport where this happens. The thought of dragging somebody behind closed doors and beating the hell out of them might be a bit barbaric, but you know these people who do this have no self-respect for themselves to hold back from making a fool of themself.
It takes a big man to cry, but it takes a bigger man to laugh at the man.
I agree that the dumbass deserved more than he got there. For some reason for a brief moment I thought it was Golddust, then I wanted to see him get beaten down. You could tell Eddie was pissed off, and with good reason. Disrupting a regular match is bad enough, but those ladder matches are so damn dangerous that any unknown element can get somebody hurt seriously. It would have been fitting and fun to see the little jerkoff try to escape over the barrier near Benoit and watch the punk get smashed. I'm glad Eddie popped him one though.
Totally impossible but still amusing idea: The little ass has to continue the match verses RVD AND Eddie. "You like Tough Enough, bitch?. Hey, you like pushing over ladders? Here, get up there and I'LL push it." Then RVD gives the guy a VanDaminator.
"To live like hu-man, to be like hu-man…Why is this not in the Plan?"
Originally posted by gilpdawgI think it was Scott Keith. :)
When I read about this little incident in CRZ's recap, the first thing I thought was "I wonder how long it will take for someone to say "I think it was Scott Keith" on Wienerville." Suffice to say, you all never fail to impress me.
Originally posted by ges7184I couldn't believe the idiots in the crowd actually popped for the coward. How can you cheer for a guy who's not brave even brave enough to jump a guy on the ground, but feels the need to take a cheap shot at a guy trying to perform on a ladder? Must be the same kind of mentality that makes one think that saying "What?" during the National Anthem is really cool.
Actually, the crowd wasn't cheering for the idiot. The crowd was cheering because the fool was seriously (and I mean seriously) getting beaten on by security, which of course was not shown on TV.
I'm glad that Eddy and RVD held the match together after that retard stormed the ring. I thought it was funny as Hell that when Eddy went to repeat the spot after they got rid of the retard and he got up on the ladder and gave the just bring it sign to the crowd.
We've got a brand new dance that's called we've got to overcome.
I hate the fact that Eddie had to get involved, because it gives the punk doing the run-in more attention. When security takes you down, the punk doesn't even get the thrill of being hit by a WWE superstar.
Here's my list... WWF Champ - Steve Austin. Bret was a great champion at a time when the WWF was in a downswing, and Hogan's lack of matches and no-jobbing when he did towards the last couple of title reigns leaves him out of the running.