Yeah, you tell ‘em, Lana. Well, except that Brock Lesnar is the champion, not Cena, but the SPIRIT is there. Nice to see someone actually embracing the old school heel mentality and going all the way with it.
Jesus, WWE is sucking up hours of my life with their YouTube channel now. I`d disagree with putting Punk’s win as high as it is, especially because the MITB show was much bigger for him and the ADR match was pretty middling stuff for a main event.
Still a very cool list, though.
———- Forwarded message — http://www.wrestlinginc.com/wi/news/2012/1127/558276/daniel-bryan/ I KNEW these things weren't legit! ——————— You know, I just found out that Restaurant Stakeout and that other hidden camera show on Food Network are staged, too. So its been a rough week for our illusions all around I guess.
Here’s something for discussion. Pick someone to send from WWE to TNA and one to go from TNA to WWE and the move is the best for both companies and the wrestler’s career.
TNA to WWE
Matt Morgan – Sticks out like a sore thumb in TNA, and they wouldn’t have to try and throw him into random tag teams to justify his spot. WWE screwed up with him the first time, but the stuttering thing is ancient history.
WWE to TNA
Evan Bourne – WWE doesn’t care about any of the strengths Bourne has. In TNA he is tailor made for the X-Division and has a ton of friends in the company. I could see him with a tag run and maybe some world title shots.
Ok Scott let's assume your right and HHH wins at Summerslam and Vince only brought him back to job for the stars. What would be the point of a big WM match with Taker or Rock if Brock hasn't won a match going into WM? A dominant win for Brock could also set up a title match at Survivor Series vs Punk or Cena, which I think would pop a nice buyrate. Maybe Brock wins the title and holds it hostage until he comes back in 2013, just a thought. EM