The following post expresses the opinions of a raving Jerichoholic. He is biased, opinionated and bitter. You have been warned.
Every match ruled. Even the Undertaker match. Vince McMahon is fucking insane to take that bump. Now that I have said three good thigns about the show, let me complain. Vince McMahon is fucking insane!
Matt vs. Rey is a great way to start the show. The heel winning isn't.
If the match is changed to a handicap match, then the ref should have DQ'd UT for Jones' interference. It should have been announced as a tag match and everything would have been fine.
I have no problems with the women's match. Trish should wear outfits like the one she had on tonight more often.
Aftre the Michaels-Jericho match, I took off my glasses and slammed them to the floor in disgust. I still haven't found the lenses.
By the end of the Triple H-Booker T match, I just stopped caring. I don't know who's left to challenge Tripps besides Goldberg and Nash.
The tag title match wasn't after Tripps-Book but I forgot where it does go. It was fine, but not quite as uber great as I expected it to be.
Hogan-McMahon was incredible. It would have been nice to get a bit more out of Shane, but that match just plain ruled. Except Piper.
Rock-Austin III ruled. Next match.
I hope to God that Brock's OK. If he had gone to the other corner, he would have nailed it with no sweat. I seriously thought that Kurt was going to win after Brock nearly killed himself, kinda like Road Dogg did to Eddie Guerrero way back when.
All in all, every match was spectacular and definitely a must-see PPV on DVD or the replay. Unless, of course, you claim to be a raving Jerichoholic or a Booker T fan, in which case you should crawl into a hole and die because WWE has never cared about you, doesn't care about you now, and never will care about you. Or your money.
The preceding post expressed the opinions of a raving Jerichoholic. He was biased, opinionated and bitter. You were warned.
St. Valentine's Day Massacre. Big Show makes his WWF debut by interrupting the Stone Cold/Vince McMahon Steel Cage Match. Show beats the hell out of Austin, then tosses him at the cage...which breaks, sending Austin tumbling to the floor for the win.