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09-21-2011 11:10 AM #136
09-21-2011 12:02 PM #137
As for Austin, he looks to be in top condition, and if you watched Tough Enough last year, you would see he can still go.
I still would love to see either Austin vs Punk or Austin vs Miz at this year's Mania, but as SG points out, that is as likely as Fielder in an O's uniform.
09-26-2011 12:45 PM #138
I wasn't a big fan of the Trips fired Miz and Truth angle at the end of RAW last week, but these two have been all over the place this week really building on this angle. I am now VERY intrigued at where this is going.
I was not a fan of Miz nor Truth for a long time, but over the past couple years these guys have REALLY grown on me. I think we're looking at Miz/Truth leading the Survivor Series team against Rock/Cena's team...which SHOULD mean that Cena is not the champ at SS. If Punk walks out of this week's PPV as the champ, it would make sense for Del Rio to be his challenger at SS while Cena plays sing along with the Rock!
09-26-2011 06:18 PM #139
This whole HHH/Punk/Nash/Laurinaitis/Miz/Truth storyline is --at the very least-- interesting. I hope Cena winds up being the lead heel, but I fear he'll never (not anytime soon) switch.
09-26-2011 09:17 PM #140
Holy crap, 17 minutes in and this Raw is already amazing.
09-26-2011 09:34 PM #141
09-26-2011 09:37 PM #142
Thanks to the wonders of the World Wide Web I can watch Raw and Monday Night Football at the same time. Thank God its 2011.
10-03-2011 08:44 AM #143
Thoughts on Hell in a Cell. I didn't see it, but based on the reports:
1. Cody Rhodes is slowly bringing the Inter Continental Championship back to prominence. Good for him, and its good to see the WWE bring back the old belt.
2. I'm glad Del Rio won the Championship off of Cena, but if that was the plan, why did they take it off him to begin with? Had he defended it at the last PPV and then pulled the same victory last night, it would have given him some credibility. Instead, they have traded the belt around for the past few months and its making ALL of the champs look weak. Not a good job of booking the WWE Title.
3. On the other hand, Mark Henry gets another dominating win vs Orton, and even kicked out of the RKO. Awesome. I can't believe how much I'm loving me some Mark Henry right now. So I guess Sheamus is up next for him?
4. Miz and Truth apparently wrecked havoc all night, and then took out all three of the main eventers to end the evening. I think the Survivor Series match might just be Miz, Truth, and friends vs Cena, Rock, Trips, Kofi, and Bourne. That would be awesome.
10-04-2011 08:16 AM #144
VERY interesting ending to RAW last night. I am intrigued to see where this story goes. It would be too easy for Trips to just resign, but with everyone walking out, not sure what else they could do. Very interesting. Also interesting that the faces, Cena, Orton, and Punk, were missing from the scene.
10-04-2011 08:22 AM #145
10-04-2011 07:59 PM #146
10-07-2011 06:23 AM #147
10-08-2011 11:47 AM #148
So, it appears everyone was at smackdown though, right?
Its pretty poor to have everyone walk out, talk about how many guys may not be there for Raw and yet, you have them all at smackdown.
Raw may be the main show but HHH is still "the boss" of the Smackdown wrestlers and many of those guys were at Raw when they all walked out.
Its very inconsistent.
10-10-2011 01:45 PM #149
10-10-2011 10:02 PM #150
Well, this storyline has turned into a dud IMO.
BTW, I love how the angle was that it was an unsafe working environment and there was interference in the first 2 bouts...and no one points it out.