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Since: 21.10.02
From: London

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#1 Posted on
Over at, they have currently got a poll asking what the most anticipated part of Judgment Day is. Coming in at barely third place with LESS THAN 12% is Eddie v Bradshaw.

This is the WWE Title match, and people (including myself) are more interested in Undertaker v Booker and the debut of Mordecai. This has surely got to show that no-one really cares about this match.

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Since: 27.1.04
From: England

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#2 Posted on | Instant Rating: 0.42
Now theres a suprise! Lets hope that after the PPV Vince stops the rot and puts bradshaw back amongst the mid card roster asap for all our sakes. Personally I think bradshaw should fain a big injury and pull out of the match on Heat to save the PPV then a mystery heel could take his place. I dont know who but im sure that they can find someone better than JBL.


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#3 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.45
Of course, their interpretation of the poll could be that Undertaker should be in the main event picture of SD as WWE champion.

These are desperate times. And desperate times call for desperate measures. Thus, its time to break out the Cubs/White Sox/Red Sox call to put the Kaiser back on the throne.

Since: 3.5.03
From: Georgia bred, you can tell by my Hawk jersey

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#4 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.64
    Originally posted by redsoxnation
    Of course, their interpretation of the poll could be that Undertaker should be in the main event picture of SD as WWE champion.

..and that Eddie Guerrero should be back in the midcard.

- StingArmy

Since: 23.3.04
From: Dublin, Ireland

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#5 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.00
Or that message board posters analyse too much.

Since: 15.6.03
From: Eire

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#6 Posted on | Instant Rating: 2.05
Finally..someone else from Ireland...anyways, we'll always have the Great American Bash as the next worst PPV.


Since: 15.4.04
From: UK

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#7 Posted on | Instant Rating: 1.76
aii... tis' a leprechaun colony on this post... top o' the mornin' to ye laddy.

Anyway... I was looking forward to most to the Taker/Booker match, but was extremely annoyed when Booker jobbed to Taker, and we probably wont see him again till Summerslam.

*applauds creative team*

good use of the best heel on SD....morons....

Since: 17.5.04
From: Philadelphia, PA

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#8 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.00
The first thing I thought when JBL won the match via DQ was "F***in' great! This means they'll continue the feud." I hope they get a clue from the poll.

BTW, did anyone else notice just how BADLY JBL was dressed in his promo? Black pinstripe suit, white checked shirt and a yellow tie with a spotted pattern. I sincerely hope this is part of the angle and that he didn't dress himself and think "Damn, I look good." Ugh.

Since: 2.1.02
From: nWo Country

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#9 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.43
Man, I hope Bradshaw goes out at the Bash and KICKS EDDIE'S ASS. He's busted his hump trying to get this character over, he had what was easily the best match of his career last night, and all everyone does is piss on him. This isn't a Hardcore Holly-like situation here, Bradshaw's been trying damn hard to justify his push and whilst that task is beyond him he HAS succeeded in actually, y'know, getting over. He's also significantly stepped up his in-ring game. Now I'm not hot on him being pushed into the ME at the start of his reinvention, but cripes, bitch about the poor management decision behind it rather than the guy who's trying his damndest to make it work. That's where my venom's being directed.

And don't throw that "He hates the internet" bull my direction, either-if you can't tell a smart-aimed heel promo when you see one, I ain't got TIME for ya.

"good use of the best heel on SD....morons...."

Booker is a CRAPPY heel. There. I said it.

EDIT: I guess I should add this in now before the crowing of "shill" begins-last night's show was far far FAR below what SmackDown could be putting out right now. But when people are focusing on Booker losing and Bradshaw keeping up his push over the myriad of OTHER massive faults with the brand, well Hell, that's all I'll focus on too.

(edited by oldschoolhero on 17.5.04 1347)

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Since: 27.4.04
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#10 Posted on | Instant Rating: 2.36
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#11 Posted on | Instant Rating: 1.49
Things have changed. Just check the polls myself and JBL/Guerrero is 2nd with 25% while Booker/Taker comes 1st with 33%.

...and that's the bottom line cos jk sed so

Since: 22.6.02
From: Brooklyn, NY

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#12 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.00
I just relieved that Torrie/Dawn were not winning the poll.

I must admit I was looking forward to the the Bradshaw match. In mid-match I actually was rooting for him to win. His asshole heelness won me over.

(edited by hayabusa on 18.5.04 1347)
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