Sorry, I can tell now that "subscribing" to a show via YouTube doesn't really send you any notification emails at all. (Feel free to embed a video into your own thread if I've forgotten for too many hours, we can always edit it later if you do it wrong.)
TONIGHT: In our main event, Zack Ryder collides with... wow, Drew McIntyre still works here! Tyson Kidd meets Ezekiel Jackson! The Usos take on Johnny Curtis & Trent Barreta! All this PLUS Brodus Clay in action!
It's refreshing to hear announcers that do not argue with each other all the time. Just little, tiny jabs... And Ezekiel's finisher looked more like a nice back stretch than anything painful.
Brodus Clay's food definitely seems a bit freaked out this week... Can he go 6-0? "Brodus, don't do what I think you are going to do...BRODUS!" (/dog scolding)
I just can't tear my eyes away from the Usos' entrance. "Did you see Curtis make a tag?" "I did, I am watching the same thing you are." Go go superfly splash.
That one fan looked a bit excited to get Zack's headband. And, how I have missed seeing Drew's entrance. Aggie Drew is fun to watch. Probably aggie because his hair is starting to mess up. -- Yep, notice how he yanks out the hair band right before he goes after the announce table.
Baretta: "You're doing good. I don't like you but you're doing good!"
They seriously need to get a cruiserweight division started up again. Tyson Kidd did surprisingly well against Ezekiel Jackson but truthfully he has no business being in the ring with someone that much bigger than him.
Ryder and McIntyre put on a great main event, and Brodus was dominant as always.
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That's always been my "go to" argument as well. If Cuban really wanted to get into the wrestling business he could afford to compete and he'd probably be smart enough to hire good people to run the company.