Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Night Shift, Nov 28, 2005.
Bray Wyatt and company beat Daniel Bryan
Time for the Main event.
Randy Orton defeated John Cena to win the WWE World Heavyweight Championship
How did it end?!
Glad I didn't watch, sounds like another mediocre product.
Orton cuffed Cena to the Bottom Rope. Cena managed to undo the turnbuckle and climbed up the ladder, Orton then brough cena down by pulling on the rope. Cena smacked his head on a table in the corner. Orton climbed the ladder and got the belts. Vince, Steph and HHH came down to the ring and congratulated Orton
Cena DAMN WELL BETTER get a rematch at Royal Rumble!!!!!
IMO, the matches were pretty much all good, except for Brodus Clay vs R-Truth. Crowd chanted boring during the Kofi / miz match but I liked it,
The thing that bugged me the most is the revisionist history they are putting out. No mention of Jericho being the first Undisputed Champion.
I'm kinda hoping that's Jericho's in for when he comes back.
Evidently AJ Styles didn't resign with TNA. Don't think I can see him in the 'E' though.
I read that WWE gave him a horribly lowball offer, practically guaranteeing that he wouldn't sign. I would love to see AJ in WWE, but I'm certain they couldn't (or wouldn't) use him properly. He'd likely become just another talented lower-card guy like Tyson Kidd or Justin Gabriel.
He'd also probably have to change his name, since WWE already has an AJ, like when Lance Cade had to become Garrison Cade because WWE already had Lance Storm.
Maybe they would call him Styles? Lol
Since he has that giant 'AJ' tattooed on his side I don't think they could get away with just renaming him.
LOL you don't know the WWE very well, i doubt they give a damn about AJ's tattoo. it's about them owning the trademark on what ever his new name will be.
There's a handful of wrestlers who own their own names (I can recall Hulk Hogan, Christian, and Raven off the top of my head), but WWE loves to own a wrestler's name so the wrestler can't make it big in WWE and then take that name elsewhere.
I believe they really started being big on that when Kurt Angle defected to TNA. WWE hated seeing one of their top names, who they built into a main eventer, headlining TNA shows.
There's also CM Punk. He's the biggest recent exception to the rule when it comes to WWE renaming their talent.
As far as TLC, I'm gonna comment on something different, and that's the Clay heal turn. It's good, but I think they should have turned both Clay and Tensai. I think they would have made a beast tag team, and actually compete in the tag team division.
For an event called TLC there wasn't very many tables ladders or chairs being used in matches.
True. Though there could be an argument that the event was TLC, and the main event was a TLC match, like the MITB match is the main event of MITB, and the Elimination Chamber match is the main event at Elimination Chamber. (I'm guessing with one main belt and no brand split, there's no need for two MITB matches and two Elimination Chamber matches anymore. Unless they get real stupid and do a WWE title MITB/EC, IC title MITB/EC, US title MITB/EC, Tag Title MITB/EC, and Divas title MITB/EC.)
Makes me want the WWE world title MITB match for Wrestlemania and a MITB PPV with IC MITB and US MITB, with a regualar WWE world title match on the side. Elimination Chamber is for the WWE world title and a second EC match with the TAG TEAMS.
that was goldberg
you never know look at hogan he's returning
Separate names with a comma.