So after months of build up Sean O'Haire debuts on Smackdown, though barely. There's no struggle between RAW and Smackdown for him (as with Nathan Jones) and how is he used? To enhance future JTTS Brien Kendrick's character.
Last week we got nothing from him. No appearance no promo.
So is the WWE dropping the ball with O'Haire already? Have they even decided to put him on Smackdown for sure yet?
I just don't want to see them ruin something that was built up so well. Anyone have any idea what they might be thinking here?
In all seriousness- I think O'Haire himself would be Pride Lust would be best as a woman... maybe Dawn Marie... it is not like she is doing anything else right now. Sloth I would go with Jaime Noble I like Albert as Gluttony... maybe just a classic "fat man" wrestler... Greed is a toughy... I am drawing a blank on that one...
Not that restraint when posting in a "public" forum isn't a good thing...
O'Haire himself could also be greed, since all of his vignettes were about putting yourself first. I must admit this is the first time I'd heard the theory about a stable based on the seven deadly sins, but I think it would get over in a big way as long as the right people are involved. I can't help but wonder, though, what's going to happen on Smackdown with Heyman out.
Actually I think I remember hearing something of the sort being done in an ill fated Christian indy wrestling fed (I don't remember the name, Jeebus Championship Wrestling?) Ill fated I guess since the faces won *every* single goddamn match.
Well....I gues Heyman was behind the O'Haire push because Sean has definitely disappeared. I remember when we were all posting all geeked up about the O'Haire character when they started the vignettes. We all agreed that the WWE had a great start to the character and we all doubted they had a plan in place to follow it up correctly. I guess we were right..
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.
It's been considered by some as one of the most entertaining yet underrated feuds in the then WWF. It involved a charismatic talker and an annoying (but sometimes engaging), and equally charismatic personality.