Once the women's revolution is over, do you the WWE is going to start a GLAAD division that is built around Finn Balor, Velveteen Dream, Goldust, Tye Dillinger, and Breezango? Will this get over with crowd?
It’s gotta be 2000, right?
This past mania has to be the first time in a long, long time in which either one of the two major belts didnt change hands, correct?
I miss it…
How the hell did I never hear about the Orndorff back up plan at Mania??
I always wondered why he wasn’t on the card.
Can you shed some light on the subject.
Was he feuding with anyone at the time?
There is no way that unless Andre died right before they would have done something else right?
175,000 people came to see Hogan bodyslam the 740lb giant!!!!!
How do you feel about the upcoming Greatest Royal Rumble? I've gone from being mildly intrigued to absolutely fascinated by it, and not just because King Salman has booked one hell of a card.
If you had to estimate, how much do you think the Saudis paid WWE in order to make it worthwhile to: manufacture a supercard in a matter of weeks right after WrestleMania; cancel a weekend of house shows at the company's hottest time of the year; interrupt the women's revolution/evolution with a major event that the women literally cannot participate in because they are women; transport everyone (except the women, of course, because they have vaginas) around the world for one show; book a card that rivals just about anything that the company will probably book anywhere else this year; and be valuable enough to justify the cost of bringing along Brock Lesnar, Undertaker, Cena, Jericho, Rey Mysterio, HHH, and probably some surprises for one night, on the other side of the world, in front of an audience that is probably completely papered? Oh, and let's not forget that this show is in an open-air stadium — so, not only is it an outdoors show with all of the complications that come with those, but it's outdoors in Saudi Arabia where the AVERAGE temperature in late-April is close to 100 degrees. Like I said, this whole thing is totally fascinating on so many levels. I know it's a multi-year deal between WWE and Saudi Arabia, but would you think the Saudis are paying for transportation and production costs on top of everything else? As a public company, is WWE be required to share the details of individual deals like this one in their quarterly reports to the SEC?
(Also, doesn't it seem like there are dozens of better names that they could have given this event? “Greatest Royal Rumble” is pretty lazy.)
Is it just me or has Bobby Roode turned into the new Mr. Kennedy? He came in two years ago with a neat entrance and has seemingly done nothing to evolve beyond that.
Now that he’s out of any title picture, would it be a good time to just abort the whole “Glorious” schtick and turn heel? Otherwise, he just seems destined to flounder in catchphrase purgatory with the likes of Tye Dillinger forever.