Originally posted by JustinShapiroAs cool as it would've been for Jericho to show up and win, I'm glad that whatever they have/had planned for him will continue as planned instead of getting cut short after just two of those things.
As much as I'd love to see Jericho again, I think I need to point out that his chances of "saving us all" are pretty slim considering the same people that decided it would be a good idea for Mat Hardy to vomit on MVP after a PPV Deep Dish Pizza Eating Contest will be writing for him too.
I can honestly say that was the best world title match I've seen this year. Too bad about the outcome though.
Originally posted by TheOldManBackstage, Orton's gonna cry. I think Orton's "reign" is the second shortest in WWF/E history, behind the one when Andre the Giant beat Hogan in the "Twin Hebners" match, and tried to surrender the belt to DiBiase...
What about Yokozuna's 'reign' at Wrestlemania IX?
(edited by Cerebus on 8.10.07 1947) Forget it Josh... it's Cerebustown.
Originally posted by CerebusWhat about Yokozuna's 'reign' at Wrestlemania IX?
An excellent point. In fact, a Wiki page has it:
1. Andre, 45 seconds 2. Yokozuna, 2 minutes 37 seconds 3. Orton last night, 24 minutes 4. HHH last night, 2 hours 24 minutes 5. Hogan, Bret Hart, Kane, Mankind, Orton's second reign from last night (current) - tied at 1 day.
Additionally, in terms of days holding major title(s), Ric Flair is credited by PWI with 16 titles for a combined 3,500 days. This puts him 4th behind Verne Gagne, Bruno Sammartino, and Lou Thesz. HHH is currently in 14th, 11 titles for 876 days total.
Besides Gagne, Jeff Jarrett has also booked himself into 12th on the all time list.
To be fair, I am no less of a fan of Jeff or Regal now, but am disappointed that they blew their big, and perhaps last chances. Their health is the important thing, but career wise, they have most likely peaked.