When Flair came in in 1991, was it always assumed at some point Herd would be out and he would go back to WCW? When he came in, was he making the kind of money that guys like Hulk, Macho Man and Warrior were? What was his relationship like with Vince, and
did he have any say in his creative during his time there? Do you think WWF ever regretted letting him go back to WCW with the run he had after he came back?
Been torturing myself watching the last year of WCW and a few questions so far.
1. Why isn't thunder on the network? it seems they really tried to make that show important to follow story lines stating in 99
2. What was the deal with Savage returning form a long hiatus to interfere in a battle royal and never heard from again?
3. Whats up with the sporadic appearances of Bret Hart getting involved? was their a chance of him returning to the ring or was it a case of using up contract dates?
I'm only in May so i've got a little less than a year to go, but i'm sue i'll have more questions
What on earth is the business sense here?! Shouldn't a "businessman" like Vince try to monetize everything the crowd clearly likes. The two biggest stars of the past 25 years are Austin and Rock. Both were heels whose charisma and catchphrases blurred heel/face lines and they got so over it couldn't be ignored. Why not let organically over talent get a push? If only for money reasons
results/wwe-new-delhi-india- live-results-triple-h-defeats- jinder-mahal-247696?utm_ source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=So we had to sit through that six month title reign full of ** matches that ruined Shinsuke Nakamura just so he could headline this tour in India, which turned out to just be one show. And HHH goes over anyway.But Mahal got the respect handshake, so he’s a made man
A seven-month title reign, just so he could job to Hunter in his home country. What can you do but laugh?
Is there any reason over the course of the brand split that The Undertaker was almost always on the SmackDown roster? Even during his brief stint on Raw, he was usually on both shows since he was Undisputed Champion.
Was being Team Blue 4 Life ultimately the Deadman's choice? Wouldn't Vince have preferred that one of his most established stars spend more time on the A Show?
Scott,There’s a new book out about Brian Pillman. No idea if it’s any good or not but wanted to let you know.
Do you know if the WWF ever thought about turning Hillbilly Jim into a heel? A lot has been said about Paul Orndorff being a backup opponent for Hogan at WMIII if Andre couldn't go; but what about Hillbilly? Consider
the following: it was preestablished that he had been trained by Hogan. Supposedly he had gotten his first pair of wrestling boots from Hogan. So if he turns on Hogan on SNME, you've got the same dynamic as Hogan/Andre, but you've got a heel with better mic
skills and better wrestling ability than the Giant. Furthermore, you could bring back Uncle Elmer, Cousin Luke, and Cousin Junior and get a Four Horsemen like thing going on, perhaps culminating with the Megapowers versus the Megahillbillies at Summerslam
and Survivor Series. Is this just crazy fanboy booking, or did the WWF miss the boat?