Super Shane is correct!!! At Unforgiven, when Austin returned to see Shane's "evidence" of who ran him over, Austin was in Rock's dressing room asking questions. Just Joe walked in and said something like.."Hey, I heard something about who ran you over" Austin said, "What!" and then kicked Joe's ass all over the dressing room. Then we never saw Joe again. Just Joe was nothing but a crutch for lazy writers. Instead of writing something to start an angle, just have Joe say he heard something. I remember him in the ring a couple of times on Heat or Jakked or something. Can't remember if he was good or not.
January 4th 1999 - The day WCW injected itself with 10 gallons of Liquid Anthrax...AKA...The day Hogan "Defeated" Nash to win the WCW title in front of 40,000.
Brakkus is out of the business now I think. According to Diana Hart's book, the guy's name was Achtem Albrecht. Stu Hart was impressed by his physique, so the Hart's trained him, but he didn't have much talent. After his brief stint in the WWF, I think he bounced to a developmental territory beforing ending up back in Calgary for the new Stampede Wrestling. He was on the original roster, but I think he never made it back in the ring... Basically, he was a bodybuilder who wanted to be a wrestler.
Are you ready for Mahkan-mania to run wild all over you?
Okay, but I thought it might be obvious that using Matt Hardy to put Rey Mysterio on the shelf would be a PUSH for the character and the gimmick, and since it has potential, that's room for both to grow... development I'd like to see.