“We were going for 15 minutes before we even got into the ring, and then, we did about 10 minutes in the ring. But we had another 25 minutes of a match that was planned out. If it had ever happened, it could have been one of the greatest matches of all time. And we’d be talking about that more today than the actual Screwjob.”
Ah, yes. We’d be talking about a 50 minute match between two guys who had fought roughly a billion times MORE than we’ve talked about WWE’s single most famous angle of all time that could be directly attributed to jump starting the most profitable and iconic period in the history of the company. I see absolutely nothing flawed in Bret’s logic here.
To be fair, the man has had a stroke and several other serious head injuries over the course of his career.