Inside Scotts (in)box 4: Best Multiple Match Performance

Hey, here’s a good one from a Mr. Mallonee: 

In honor of Daniel Bryan’s impending multiple match performance at WM 30
who do you feel had the best performance at a PPV when they wrestled
more than once? My personal favorite is Kurt Angle at King of the Ring
when he fought Christian, Edge, and Shane-O Mac all in one night but I
thought you and the Blog of Doom might have other ideas.  

Actually I think you nailed it. I generally have an issue with Wrestler vs. Non Wrestler matches – for example even though Hogan and Vince had a great match, I thought it was weird that while Hogan is old he’s still a ‘wrestler’ whereas Vince just sort of has matches occasionally. In a kayfabe sense, Hogan should dominate Vince. See also: Flair vs. Vince, and so on. 

Now of course to have an entertaining match that can’t happen, but it’s a thing that can take you out of the narrative at least a bit.
Which is why I loved the above mentioned Kurt Angle pick. Since Angle had already wrestled twice, it would make sense to believe he was tired and weakened, and it gave Shane a fighting chance – though most of the match was Angle engaging in legalized assault and battery of a person smaller and less athletic than he is – which is generally how I do it too.
And my history is maybe fuzzy, but this was THE PPV that made Angle a legit star. If wiki is to be believed following this event the ‘Invasion’ started proper, and it was Angle as the proverbial American Hero against the evil WCW.
Aside from that, I’d imagine some of the folks doing doing crazy Japanese death matches deserve some credit. I don’t have the testes to watch the Funk vs. Foley exploding ring match, and I don’t know how good it was, but I’m assuming both dudes were so insanely tired and beat up that any actual match they had would be a victory in and of itself.
Speaking of Foley, it probably doesn’t count but didn’t he run in for the finish of the Austin v. Kane match at King of The Ring after taking those insane bumps?

Performance evaluations

Enough with these fucking performance evaluations.  The GM is stupid.  Performance evaluations are stupid.  This whole thing is stupid.  What a waste of time.  If anyone should have a performance evaluation it's Mike GIllis.  Seamus sucks too.

I was actually on the trade Schneider bandwagon because I like Luongo and I figured they could get a hell of a lot more for Cory than they could for Lu.  And now this way everyone's happy:  Schneider gets to be the #1 guy in Jersey when Brodeur retires, Luongo can start all 84 games for the Canucks like he wants to do, the Canucks get some cap room once they dump Booth and Ballard and can sign a few free agents.  Granted, one first round pick was pretty slim, but getting a first, second and top quality guy from Edmonton was a bit of a dream anyway.  And it's not like Luongo suddenly became not an elite goalie.  I'm gonna go with "cautiously optimistic" on this one.
But as for the performance evaluation and McMahons, yeah, fuck that noise, bro.