"I think Scott Hall's main problem is whenever I look at him, I think he looks an awful lot like a character from Mike Tyson's Punch-Out. Having been forever since I've played, I cannot put my finger on who, but he just looks like he belongs in an 8bit video game. Kinda like Paul O'Neill at the bat."
One of the happiest days of my life is when I finally beat Mike Tyson... thank you to whoever brought that up.
See, the trick is to avoid Tyson's punched for the first round, then slowly wear him down with one two combos.
I'd sell my soul for a porn star, preferably one with a vagina.
-His buddy Kev has got the smackdown laid on him by Rocky. (no pins for Kev yet???)
How do these guys appear as a threat?
Ah, that's the nWo as a whole, not Scott Hall. And if you want to blame anyone for the suckiness of the nWo, there are two people to focus on: 1) the writers: they should have had the nWo interfering in matches on a widescale basis. Them feuding with just Austin was stupid. 2) Austin himself. Having Hall and Nash beat him at Wrestlemania would have really made them seem more viable. And since they would have needed to team up to beat him, he wouldn't have lost any heat over it. But I know I'm letting my general disdain for Steve Austin color my thinking a fair amount. Ah, whatever.
A sign that either the WWE name has been around for quite some time already or that the titles change hands too often:
The only current “WWE” champion whose reign started “in” the WWF is Intercontinental Champion Eddie Guerrero.