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Not Quite Three-Hour RAW Open Thread

Well I will have to adjust my open threads from 8 p.m. to 7 p.m. soon.

In general I'm with the majority in thinking a three-hour permanent RAW is a bad idea. Three hours over the summer to counter TNA going live? Not as bad of an idea. But otherwise it's a lot of wrestling.

There could be some positives like if they make the first hour a pre-show or if it means letting the glob of mid-carders do more tag team stuff like it was mentioned in a previous thread as any mixture of those 8-10 guys for a 15-minute match should be fun enough.

Otherwise I miss the days of my Saturday morning hour-long show. It left me wanting more. After watching Challenge at 10 a.m., I had to be home to catch Superstars at 5 p.m. and NWA/WCW Saturday Night from 6-8 (or 7...fucking Atlanta Braves). Now I feel like they are giving away too much.

Bitching aside, come out swinging and keep it clean! :)

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  1. asjdhfright youa mothearearuackers teaime forafucak ian raw!

    ....Ok now I am faking it.

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  2. USA isn't giving the WWE an extra hour to show off the midcard. And the pregame show idea would die after about 2 weeks of dreadful ratings.

    Based on the WWE booking so far this year, Im almost positive the 3-hour Raw hasn't been thought out past, "We can make more money!"

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  3. Dirty_Dave_DelaneyMay 21, 2012 at 6:17 PM

    I know all of you like me must be thinking Why Big Show? Why?

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  4. I really miss the shorter programs myself -- it's crazy to think that for years Superstars (a one hour program) was the only required viewing for a week of wrestling to keep up on the angles.  Superstars was so tightly produced, with no wasted space, and nary an interview that ran longer than 5 minutes.

    Wrestling Challenge rarely advanced angles in as meaningful a way as Superstars, so it was more or less the 'B' or 'A-' show for fans who watched Superstars but wanted more matches and interviews that weren't redundant with the other show.  People that watched Prime Time were either adults that liked the format better and/or fans who didn't have time to watch Superstars and Challenge.  Everything else was basically a recap show.  So you could literally watch one hour of wrestling a week or two if you watch PTW and be caught up on everything going on.

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  5. I want an injury update on Big Johnny. I'm hoping he feels better after the dreaded "water pour to the head."

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  6. I loved Prime Time as a kid.  It ended right at my elementary school bedtime and it just seemed so cool.  So "official."

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  7. How's the hangover?

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  8. That was my preferred show too, at least in the Gorilla/Bobby studio years and the early Heenan/McMahon studio format.  I could never watch Challenge on Sunday's (that is when it aired in my market) and I often missed a good chunk of the beginning of Superstars, so it was a great show to get a good cross-section of both, plus a few MSG matches.

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  9. I doubt tonight's live thread will be as funny as last night.

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  10.  At one point in 99-2000 when I was at my most obsessed, I was watching two hours of Raw, the first hour of Nitro, two hours of Thunder whenever it went to Wednesdays, two hours of Smackdown, an hour of ECW on TNN, an hour of Shotgun Saturday Night, an hour of ECW Hardcore TV, an hour of Heat, plus an hour of random Florida indies here or there. About 12 hours altogether, plus filling time in with WCW Revenge, WM2K, or No Mercy. Thank God by 01 I started getting laid.

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  11. It's called "waterboarding". Most hardened criminals don't last nearly as long as Big Johnny did.

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  12.  I am a rockstar, I laugh in the face of hangovers. A couple Excedrin and my customary 5 or 6 cups of coffee and I was all good. Plus I had an easy day at work: I went to the movies & watched Dark Shadows with a couple of my clients.

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  13. I actual liked the Gorilla/Ventura era more.  I also had to miss Superstars for various reasons, so most of the stuff on Prime Time was still fresh to me.

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  14. I'm thinking "Why didn't you do this sooner?".....

    And seriously, i really want to see how Cena defends hating on Big Show, given that Cena should have made getting Big Show his job back a major priority once he beat Ace. I really want to see Big Show bring up what a big piece of crap Cena is as far as the fact that he only cares about himself and that if he really DID care about beating Ace, he would have done it and not freaking give Ace the chance to bribe him like he did.

     

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  15. I hope we get a reprise of the Stone Cold "You people don't deserve an answer" response!

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  16. Dirty_Dave_DelaneyMay 21, 2012 at 6:50 PM

    Maybe John Cena will get his own back on Big Johnny with a witty zinger like 'Poopy Power!'

    Nyuk nyuk nyuk! 

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  17. One hour shows only work when there are no Raws or Smackdowns and or when raw is nothing more than a clip show of the hour long shows with talking head bits and skits. When you make the one hour shows where EVERYTHING happens and Raw/SD are utterly skippable and mean jack shit in the grand scheme of things

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  18. In honor of a Dynamic Dude in a main event, I was doing my best Sabu impression.

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  19. So YOU were the one watching Thunder! 

    Seriously, how'd you do that?

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  20. pj4wqd9hsy9gdgy9fkmpgtkpohjkoh09hjdfklclscxbnsdldchoewufhu?

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  21. Hey, pj4wqd9hsy9gdgy9fkmpgtkpohjkoh09hjdfklclscxbnsdldchoewufhu rhymes with Sabu!  Great continuity!

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  22.  Eh there was usually at least one match worth watching. I was usually online or reading or something during it. I forgot I also watched WCW Saturday Night so there's another hour.

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  23. Thunder has some REALLY good wrestling about every two weeks. The matches meant nothing, but every two weeks or so, two guys would just go balls-to-the-wall and put on a good match.

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  24. I agree with Princess on Wrestling Challenge/Superstars. I think the secret is that wrestling should go back to one hour to leave fans wanting more. Personally speaking it's the reason I still watch old school Raws and the b-shows around today. An hour of your time is pretty harmless whereas 2 hours means you have to commit to it and 3 hours makes me want to give up altogether.

    Instead of adding an extra hour to their shows, WWE should experiment and instead show an hour a day of wrestling programming.

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  25. I'm not endorsing this, but I think they hotshot the Punk/Bryan rematch tonight. After Punk wins, Big Johnny declares himself number 1 contender.

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  26. What the hell is with the weird arena cuts now where they show the live crowd watching the  video on the titantron? So random.

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  27. I don't really give a shit about this one, I'm letting my wife catch up on Mad Men. I still haven't even watched Smackdown yet.

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  28. Angry Cena!

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  29. ANGRY John is ANGRY!!~

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  30. It's OK, John. Wins and losses don't matter. 

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  31. Ugh.  Another OBNOXIOUS promo by Cena.  ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ

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  32. I'd be surprised if he wasn't smiling and making poop jokes by the end of the promo.

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  33. So after building up how important it was to beat the Rock at WM, he loses and cuts another bullshit Cena promo. After losing to Johnny Ace, Cena finally decides to spit some fire. 

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  34.  It serves Cena right for not finishing Johnny when he had the chance.

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  35. Heh.  Did Cena just call Big Slow "The Giant"??

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  36. Is anyone buying this "Johnny Ace is a bully" storyline they're pushing? Ive only caught Raw during commercials for the past couple of weeks but every time I turn it on, Cena or Punk is ripping Johnny apart, making fun of his wrestling career and bullying him about his voice. That's bullying.

    What Johnny Ace has done is just been a really bad boss.

    And that was my takeaway from the 30 seconds of Raw Im watching tonight. Back to hockey.

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  37. Dirty_Dave_DelaneyMay 21, 2012 at 7:09 PM

    Did Cena just make a noise like a wounded troll yelp? 

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  38. At least Cena acknowledge if Show hadn't helped Johnny Ace he would have been hired back by the next GM, so I guess Show is a big stupid idiot. 

    Also when this show is three hours long, I'll probably skip the first hour. 

    Remember when HHH was going to fire him the night after the Royal Rumble? 

    Oh wow, Johnny stole Vince's wheelchair gimmick from 98. 

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  39. I don't particularly care for this angle.

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  40. Big Show main eventing in 2012. Barf.

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  41. Wait, if Johnny rehired Big Show back on "Saturday," doesn't that break the rules that were laid out? If he was hired on Saturday, that made him a WWE Superstar at the time of the match. Is this going to be acknowledged? 

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  42. If Laurinaitis hired Big Show back on Saturday, then he was a WWE superstar when he interfered, so their whole plan should have just failed, yeah?

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  43. I admit, I love the vague, general use of contusions as

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  44. Wait. So if Show was back on the payroll as of Sunday, wouldn't that invalidate the decision per the stip? 

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  45. Heh, "No Way Out" is back?  Does this mean Slow is reforming the N! W! O! ??  It would only make sense with his 92348903284098324th heel turn.

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  46. We'll get answers to all these questions and more when the WWE dedicates the first hour to "WWE Raw and Order"

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  47.  Wait, Johnny rehired Show on Saturday?! So shouldn't Show be fired for being a WWE Superstar that interfered in the PPV match?

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  48.  Hey, looks like you called it.

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  49.  @WWE_Creative couldn't have said it better.

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  50. The_One_Millionth_VisitorMay 21, 2012 at 7:17 PM

    I always give it 30 minutes on the DVR, Ill be a lil late to the party

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  51. Listen to the BURIED Big Slow scream, LOUD to try and get his heat back.  So pathetic.

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  52.  I wondered the same exact thing. And of course, there won't be an explanation. THat would require some sort of continuity.

    Jesus, they can't even be consistent within the same week.

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  53. I missed part of the promo. Did he mention internal bleeding? That's my favourite wrestling injury.

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  54. Oh what the HELL! Cena just STOLE my "Law and Order" pun!

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  55. Dirty_Dave_DelaneyMay 21, 2012 at 7:18 PM

    I thought they were going to go down that route but Big Show actually gave quite a good intense promo.

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  56. Cena: "... go in the back and watch re-runs of Law & Order." 

    Me: "There are episodes of Law & Order on??? (checks guide). No? FUCK!" 

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  57. I hope they're not writing out Otunga. He's been great in this role!

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  58. That Cena promo was comically bad.

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  59. I'm sure the other wrestlers love working with the walking oil spill, David Otunga.

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  60. If I wanted to see Big Show and John Cena main event a pay-per-view, I build a time machine back to 2010... or 2008(maybe?)... or 2004... 

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  61. He could of have been the 3rd American Male.

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  62. Since WWE is part of the NBC Universal family, do you think they could score Sam Waterson? And oh man, I'd loooove to have Goren and Eames solve Brock's contract mystery.

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  63. I bet the hack writer who thought rhyming No Way Out with knock out is proud of himself.

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  64. He should just go back to smiling like a goof ball. And Big Show should just stop. Everything.

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  65. I wouldn't bet against it. I kinda think Otunga missing those shows the last few weeks for the murder trial would be the kind of thing Vince would say was bullshit, cause I mean what's more important than THE SHOW? And also Maria or whatever the fuck her name is has totally usurped his role as Laurenitis lackey. 

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  66. This is like the Nexus attack! Only way shittier!

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  67. Okay, now we're reliving the Nexus angle? 

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  68. As long as they can work in robots that attack old people and use their medicine for fuel, I'm in.

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  69. Thirty minutes dedicated to a feud nobody gives a shit about.

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  70. Well, I guess that wasn't the new Nexus, then.

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  71. ANOTHER lame Raw lumberjack match?  Ugh.

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  72. Technically, Hawkins is now in a better spot on the card than Ryder! Who woulda' thunk it?

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  73. These "for the first time on __________" are getting obnoxious. Like a 3 on 2 lumberjack match is some earth-shattering stipulation. Here's a hint WWE, gluing two shitting stipulations together does not make for a great stipulation. Or even a good one... probably just another new, equally shitty stipulation. 

    Also, CM PUNK and Daniel BRYAN are next. 

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  74. Damn you are a superfan. I had plenty of time on my hands as well, but that was too much wrestling for me. 

    At the height of my fandom I think I was also watching Thunder every week, but that didn't last very long -- although I'd usually tune in for the main event.  I would flip through Saturday Night if it was on.  OCCASIONALLY, I'd watch WCW Pro on Saturday mornings for the Heenan/Schiavone banter.

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  75. Whoa! People talked about OTL on Twitter more than GOT, Mad Men and the NBA playoffs. THIS IS A BIG F'N DEAL.

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  76.  What the fuck is this? Shut up and get off my screen.

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  77. "It's my arm in a cobra costume, stupid!" That had me laughing out loud. 

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  78. It's not smart to try and lure the Brodus Clay with Funkasaurus mating calls.

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  79. "It's not even a real cobra...it's just my arm in a cobra costume!"

    Santino and Ricardo are the best part of the show...

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  80. Yeah, I wasn't around for that era of the show or TNT -- but certainly nothing after Gorilla/Bobby was as good as Gorilla/Bobby.

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  81.  Every time someone gets punished for not putting WWE first, I always think of when Vince Russo asked McMahon for some time off to take care of his children while his wife was sick or something and McMahon said 'Just hire a babysitter!'

    Anywho, Otunga didn't get destroyed 'n stuff. Whew.

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  82. Good move. When they go to three hours, I think I'll DVR the whole thing and start watching at 9 

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  83. Are they done with the ADR main event push?

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  84. If this dumb company would just focusing on being a good wrestling company instead of being so goddam obsessed with its place in the rest of entertainment, pop culture and social media, we'd all be so much better off.

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  85. So...he wasn't even wrestling Santino? Then what the hell was the point of all that? The show isn't 3 hours yet, you don't have to kill waste this much time.

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  86. Remember how ridiculously over Santino was in February? Now it's just the 'Oh yeah, this guy' reaction.

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  87. Did Family Guy jump the shark with Road to the North Pole? #thingsiswitchtowhenrawisboring

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  88. It's the type of filler that we've got to look forward to when the show does become 3 hours!

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  89. Holy shit, they're actually trying to retcon Johnny's gaffe quickly?

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  90. Maybe people weren't tweeting about those shows as much because they were too busy actually watching them.

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  91.  WWE Creative
    ‏@WWE_Creative




    We had to take time to explain the fact that @WWERawGM said we signed Big Show Saturday. That's one win for you, nerds #RAWTonight

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  92. Dirty_Dave_DelaneyMay 21, 2012 at 7:46 PM

    Looks like that may have been a botch and obviously someone told Cole to cover it over the commercial break. 

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  93. Thank god. Spoilers are not cool.

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  94.  FG jumped the shark a LONG time before that.

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  95. Wait, so Johnny's "I signed Big Show on Saturday" comment was a screw-up? Johnny screwed-up? Oh my god, I can't believe that!

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  96. At least its not a a suprize matchup vs............................................... KANE! #Bischoff2005

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  97. I turned off Raw for a few minutes to catch the end of the Phillies game. How did they explain the "Big Show hired on Saturday" thing?

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  98. Did I miss something when I switched to family guy? 

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  99. Wait, I missed it- how did they explain the "Big Show was signed on Saturday but still allowed to interfere" thing?

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  100. Orrin and ADR...the two most stale characters in WWE???

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  101. Ugh.  An Orton insta-feud for Jericho?  ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ

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  102. Orton "sold" that second codebreaker in such a fashion that I thought he was countering into a slingshot.

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  103. Steamboat asking for time off in 88 for the birth of his son is different than Russo asking for time off in 99 is different than Otunga asking for time off for a murder trial of his girlfriend OScar award grammy award winner Jennifer Hudson

    i was going somewhere with this but my DVR is fucking up. Is it just me or is this show fucking garbage?

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  104. Jericho's run is depressing. He's just putting everyone over and it's not any fun to watch. He's done the J-O-B on every PPV he's been on, and he's only beaten Kofi Kingston. It's one thing to do the honors for Punk and Sheamus who need a rub, but going over Orton is pointless. He's as over as he's going to be. 

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  105.  It was an "oral" agreement on Saturday.  He wasn't officially signed until Monday.  Um, yea.  Seriously

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  106. I dispute this, sir. While you were (maybe, I don't know, I'm not currently stalking you I don't think) watch the Judgement Day or Over the Limit or A Cold Day in Hell or whatever they call the May ppv now, Peter and THE CHICKEN had a ****1/2 chicken fight through time and space and the only thing it was lacking was a clean finish. 

    So... yeah I think they can still bring the goods. 

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  107. Jericho can lose the next 10,000 matches and still be over. Sadly, he is one of the few that understand this.

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  108. I have to say, it's pretty awesome that Twitter blew up after the WWE f'd up w/ the Big Show explanation.

    Awesome because 50% of the tweets were the garden-variety smarts pointing it out...and the other half were the "it's still real to me dammit!" people getting bent out of shape.

    When you tick off your entire fanbase at once...you've really managed something.

    Also, the WWECreative Twitter feed and CrankyVince are really neck and neck in terms of best WWE follow at the moment. The worst is the @WWE feed that just says when things are trending.

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  109. Agreed.  Orton's face run is beyond stale at this point.  (A change in his god awful entrance theme would help).  Putting Jericho against him is a waste.

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  110.  It was a verbal agreement on Saturday but the contract wasn't signed until Monday morning.

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  111. What are some examples of the "it's still real to me dammit!" tweets?  I thankfully don;t follow anyone like that.  But it would interesting and hilarious to see what they said.

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  112. I think Cena's been way more interesting since the run-up to WrestleMania. Sure, he's annoying...but stale? I'm not sure that's fair...

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  113. Daniel Bryan getting promo time on Raw? What sort of devilry is this?!

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  114. Dirty_Dave_DelaneyMay 21, 2012 at 8:00 PM

    The commentary team is a lot better without Booker T.

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  115. Do you remember how, when Bobby Heenan first brought Ric Flair's world title to the WWF in 1991, and he would compare Flair's belt to ice cream and Hogan's to horse manure. 

    Punk and Bryan are ice cream. The rest of this show is horse shit. 

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  116. And just I saw that, there's a scoop of horse shit in the ice cream. 

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  117. I swear, during the Kane vs Ryder match last night, I actually thought 'Hmm, shouldn't Kane have found out by now that Bryan hit him with the chair on SD and want revenge against Bryan?"

    RARE CONTINUITY!

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  118. Dirty_Dave_DelaneyMay 21, 2012 at 8:06 PM

    Now CM Punk on commentary... just keeps getting better.

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  119.  Kane is quick fixer for those with horse shit cravings.

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  120. Not really... if he doesn't go over anybody then we know he's not going over. Kind of like if they do Foley v. anybody right now, we know the anybody is going over. 

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  121. That bit with the chair was hysterical.

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  122. So is Kane a "face" again? What number turn is this for him?  He seriously must have some sort of record.

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  123. Pretty sneaky, Punk.

    Side note: They STILL haven't explained why Cole off of a sudden is singing Bryan's praises.

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  124. I laughed that Punk walk over to Bryan and then went 'Oh, that's right, I need a chair for this to work!'

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  125. If the oral agreement is binding, then Big Show should still be fired.

    If the oral agreement was *not* binding...then why wouldn't Big Johnny have just told Big Show after the save "Go F yourself, you're still fired!"

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  126. And then all he has to do is cut a killer promo and he is hated again. Just like every great heel has done.

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  127. It's a little known federal law that Kane and Big Show cannot both be faces or heels simultaneously.

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  128. I was kind of liking it, except it made the top contender look like a bitch. Then it made me sad. 

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  129. im sorry fellers, this show is boring as shit.

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  130. Dirty_Dave_DelaneyMay 21, 2012 at 8:12 PM

    Bryan's chickenshit sell when he realised Kane thought he was going to hit him with a chair was tremendous. 

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  131. Eh, they sort of did last week when Lawler put him on the spot and asked him.  Coleslaw lamely just said that Bryan won him over.  And then that was that.

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  132. Prometheus looks good though

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  133. How come they can't see the camera.

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  134. Punk's expressions while he was talking with AJ were priceless.

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  135. Punk-AJ-Bryan is amazing. Never stop it.

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  136. Reviews are strangely apologetic. We've seen so many good premises turned into awful movies, looks like they finally managed to turn an awful premise into an okay movie.

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  137. I get it! Punk and AJ are Wayne Campbell and his psycho hosebeast ex Stacy!

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  138. Yeah, but if we know he's losing every big match it's not that interesting.

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  139. Christian in the classic IC title belt... there's something just, so, right about that. 

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  140. Now they have a guy who can go in Cage, and you have like a billion challengers in the treadmilling midcarders... Heres to a lengthy IC title reign

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  141. I miss the original version of this Christian theme.  The "GO!" part of this newer version is just lame as the balance of the song.

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  142. Unless they're in a tag team

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  143. but how come he didn't look at the guy with the camera

    he was right there.

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  144. Who wins and loses is the least interesting thing that happens in wrestling. 

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  145. No way, man! I mean, where would we be without an update in the Heyman/HHH/Lesnar flying lawsuits. 

    Are you the guy who did the Raw reports in like 1996? 

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  146. Now, If Cody Rhodes would win the U.S. title and return it to it's classic style.

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  147. That's a brilliant piece of storytelling right there when AJ stopped crying because Punk asked her to. 

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  148. Whoa. You can hate on Orton, but I work out to that entrance theme. I stretch to the Voices in my head. 

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  149. AJ is sexy, and crazy chicks have crazy chick sex, so my imagination is satisfied.

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  150. The reason why I don't watch Smackdown is so that I don't have to see guys like Mahal. 

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  151. Punk reminds me of a cross between Shawn Michaels and Steve Austin. Well without the booze and drugs of course. 

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  152. Shades of Eddy!!!

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  153. "A gun rack? A gun rack? I don't even own *A* gun, let alone many guns that would necessitate an entire rack!"

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  154. I'm so pissed at the Lakers for being down 3-1 I'm stuck watching this awful episode of raw on dvr. I've always been a cena fan (not my favorite but I like him) because he delivers good matches in ppv main events but holy shit that promo was awful. I didn't watch raw last week but i heard cena gave a embarassingly bad promo. The guy is uber talented, so wtf is all this crap

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  155. As awesome as Christian is as a heel, he equally sucks as a face. Can't think of anyone else like that. 

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  156. Am I the only one who can't stand Kelly Kelly's stupid, fake-ass smile?

    Yeah, yeah, I know...who's looking at the smile.

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  157. Are there any new, young Big Show sized guys out there? Because I can certainly see how a guy his size fits into various storylines, it's just that he's been doing them over and over for over 10 years. Yeah, he's big angry mean Big Show now - three months from now he'll be smiling happy Big Show. And unlike Kane, you can't put a mask and wig on him to give the illusion of him being interesting now and then.

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  158. Ole Anderson?

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  159. Kelly Kelly and serial killers are the only people who smile for no reason while they're walking.

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  160. Dirty_Dave_DelaneyMay 21, 2012 at 8:31 PM

    Her expression made her look mentally challenged... that is when I wasn't looking at her BEWBS!

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  161. She is cute but she would be sexy if she looked 5 years older.

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  162. Oh my god, you are like a wrestling internet legend! Your Raw Report and Herb Kunze's tidbits were the first wrestling posts I ever found on the Internet! Those medium rare raw reports were awesome! I found you on Yahoo when there were like 30-some links to wrestling sites. 

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  163. Could someone please take a crack at a Big Show/Kane character alignment history?

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  164. she has a nice rack

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  165. I totes dig Christian as a face.

    Uh oh, you and I are at odds twice in this thread. We are destined to be INTERNET MORTAL ENEMEEZ~!

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  166. The NBA is watching their money Finals flush down the toilet.

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  167. Sam Waterson has moved on to HBO now; he's supposed to be the cranky pants mentor on Aaron Sorkin's new TV Show that is supposed to debut on HBO this fall

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  168. Speaking of sexy.... Love me some Layla, just not smiling babyface Layla. I need me some Simply Flawless Piggy James/ Smelly Kelly era Layla

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  169. Meanwhile, we continue to wait for Kharma...

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  170.  In fairness, BEWBS are pretty awesome.

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  171. IIRC Kharma had a nervous breakdown after her miscarriage...

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  172. They need to go the D-Lo Brown chest protector route with Johnny and have him keep using the cart well after he's healed.

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  173.  OK, I have to admit...Big Johnny rolling in that cart with the big "People Power" sign on the front cracks me up.

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  174. That happened before she came back for the Rumble.

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  175. Aww, thanks man! Great to be remembered. Even if today I could probably brutalize those reports as hard or worse than Scott rips his old recaps.

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  176. The crazier the chick, the better the lay. That's my motto. 

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  177. Dirty_Dave_DelaneyMay 21, 2012 at 8:40 PM

    Did Bubba the Love Spooge have anything to do with it? 

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  178. And add the head wiggle.

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  179. Yeah, apparently she's been ready to return since the whole Layla swerve.

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  180. *Praying Reks and Hawkins aren't part of the three-man team*

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  181. Dirty_Dave_DelaneyMay 21, 2012 at 8:44 PM

    Ok I'm guessing Miz, Swagger and Ziggler are Sheamus and Cena's opponents. 

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  182. Them continually blowing themselves about being on the air for 52 weeks a year and refusing to take any responsibility for what happens to wrestlers is infuriating.

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  183. Tensai...and the crowd goes silent. Again.

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  184. AND THE CROWD GOES MILD

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  185. The Artist Formerly Known as Lord ... Tensai!

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  186. Not a fan of the great white moniker or smiling babyface Sheamus.

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  187. Mr. Sparkleeee!

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  188. Call me crazy but I think Sheamus and Tensai-Train could have a great match.

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  189. Dirty_Dave_DelaneyMay 21, 2012 at 8:48 PM

    2 out of 3 isn't too bad!

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  190.  I don't care what anyone says. Swagger's Captain America haircut is awesome. It's so square is rolls back around to being cool.

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