I'd go with
WCW US title: Sasaki-One Man Gang-Konnan in late 95/early 96 WCW. Brillant to hand around the second most prestigious title of your company to some new/returning hacks like that
Jericho: The day that we had the show, Vince wasn’t there and they tried to change it to where Kevin would just attack me. And my thing was the whole drama of revealing the list of KO and “hey how come my name’s on this” and the looking up and the feeling of oh (expletive) don’t do it, don’t do it and then he attacks me.
Jericho: I had to fight for that all day long and there was some real heated debates going on between me and Triple H and a couple of other people. I said this is the way we’re doing it. It’s the way I explained it to Vince and Paul was like “I’ll call Vince right now, he’s in a plane, I don’t care I’ll find him. I’ll send a carrier pigeon to get him”. And finally I think it was just exasperation, just do whatever you want.
I'm surprised that WWE is so blatantly using Game of Thrones names for Seth Rollins. The Kingslayer nickname was probably OK, but Cole called one of his moves last night "The King's Landing," which I hadn't heard before. Usually when they rip off something from pop culture they alter the names slightly to avoid legal issues and get a new trademark. Any idea how they are getting away with this or why they would be so obvious about it?
Like, I cancelled my account, but I'm particularly salty (just like when Ambrose lost in the same month to HHH and Brock and I couldn't be bothered with his title reign). But how do you think this will affect him in general?
I was watching the fantastic Shawn Michaels vs Mankind match from Mind Games and given how good it was, and the fact that Foley was hot at the time do you think it would have been beneficial for both parties and the WWF in general to extend the feud? The
way I see it playing out is Mankind beats Vader in a number one contenders match at the October PPV, (as an added bonus we would get to see those two pound the shit out each other one more time.) At Survivor Series Mankind's craziness causes Shawn to snap
and get DQ'd, leading to a no DQ match at the Rumble which Shawn would win, leaving them right where they ended up anyway, at which point Shawn can go work a program with Bret, or lose his smile or whatever.
Any idea on what is going on with Luke Harper? I can't remember the last time he was on Smackdown. Is he injured, or is it the dreaded "Creative has nothing for you at this time."?
I just recently re-watched Royal Rumble 1992. Having a worker the caliber of Ted DiBiase as one of the first two entrants makes sense, yet he was tossed over in 1:18. He barely lasted longer than Jerry Sags. Was he in the doghouse or
working hurt or something? What was the point of wasting him in such a throwaway manner?