I also think Bill is ready to cut Jeremiah even though it will break all of their hearts. His dangerous line about Jeremiah seemed to be getting play. Even though I see Luke going before Jeremiah. To me, I see Trish being the one to say its time for Christina to go. Trish seems to be the gatekeeper of the women's division. It seems she would rather have no women in it then to give to a woman who could be bad. I would think AJ would be next to go, but not knowing who got injured its hard to say.
Anyone else get the feeling, its become a better show without the Rhima drama. To me, it just feels more real somehow. Like now that the elephant is out of the room, they can actually focus on the wrestling aspect instead of the drama queen.
They seem to want to send people to elimination as a warning before they cut them. Rima, Ryan, Ivee, and Eric had all been there before. Rima got more time to see if she could improve. Ryan got more time to stop being a dork. Ivee got more time to see if she could tough it out. Eric got more time to get in shape.
Jerimiah will go to elimination next week and be warned about safety. Andy will probably go soon to be warned about showing fire.
Originally posted by lotjxa combination of Andy, Luke, Martin, Jeremiah would be interesting on TV.
I'd agree with you if Nexus, New Nexus, and The Corre hadn't already happened recently. We don't need a TExus.
Aaaargh. Well, the Texas Rattlesnake will be available to lead the team ... Eeeesh.
Morrison did make a subtle, brief allusion on Twitter last Sunday: "@BillDeMott - Looking forward to seeing Tough Enough this week- Been a long time since season 3!" But, yeah, they pretty much don't acknowledge that the previous seasons of TE happened at all, do they?
There is a whole assortment of reasons that I'm not enjoying this season of TE nearly as much as I did the prior ones. Everywhere from editing to cast selection, this is much more of a standard network TV reality show mess. (WWE & MTV doing the previous seasons together made for a much better show.) I'm much less interested & invested these guys than I was most of the NXT stuff. And that's unfortunate.
I think it's too early to say whether the tide has shifted for sure, especially because the draft threatens to ruin that anyways. But based on what you mentioned there, yeah, SmackDown is starting to look pretty solid.