Fandango's saying his name after getting his ass kicked totally won me over to the guy.
And how awesome was that crowd? I was continuing my Raw boycott when I read about the crowd doing a Mike Chioda chant and chanting "Same Old Shit" at Cena and I just had to tune in to see what was going on. I was glad I did. Them singing Fandango's theme was one of the most amazing things I've ever seen a crowd do.
It's a shame next week, it'll be back to people in Wisconsin sitting on their hands for three hours.
I don't care though, Ramma. I think it's about time that people stop whining on the internet and start cheering who they want and booing who they want in person.
No one wants Del Rio, Orton, and Miz to be a Face.
I'll say this though: If the Internet is too be believed everyone hates Triple H. If that's so, how come every show I've ever been too they blow the roof off when he coems out? This isn't "pumped in audio" either because I've been to House Shows where this is no cameras so there would be no need to play cheers and boos.
Royal Rumble in MSG in 2008 I was there and Hardy(face), Punk(face), Edge(heel), and Triple H got the biggest pop.
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The Wrestling Thread (WWE/ TNA /ROH)
April 10, 2013, 08:09pm
Hey, I was just watching old wwf vids on Youtube and came across one where in the comments someone wrote that Shane McMahon and the Undertaker did the voiceover for Kaientai, Shane did Taka's monologues and Undertaker did Funaki's "indeed". Is this true? lol
Don't see Richards' style working in the WWE at all, and he really is too small for them. They already have a Benoit-type wrestler in Bryan (hell, he even does the flying headbutt and adapted the most crossface-like move imaginable), who's taller, more charismatic, better on interviews, better in the ring and seems to have a considerably better attitude than Richards.
He's a good worker, though, so I wouldn't mind if they found a way to fit him into WWE somehow.
WWE already passed up on Aries because of his size. It's a shame, because he is fucking great, but yeah, he really is too small for the current WWE landscape, even when roided to the gills. Same with Richards, and both have grating personalities, so I can't imagine that they'd fare much better in WWE than Low Ki did. Aries being a completely insensitive douche regarding the Boston bombings probably also means that WWE would want nothing to do with him.
Size is definitely less important now than it used to be, but I still don't think people as short as Richards or Aries as having much chance of getting pushed on TV. Especially not when they have people like Chris Hero in developmental, who is both bigger in stature and better on the mic. Bryan definitely broke the glass ceiling to some extent, but he really is in a class of his own--and despite his insane popularity, WWE still doesn't seem to think of him as a real top guy.