I laugh a lot, I really do and Kane, Lita and Gene Snitsky make me laugh too. It’s so absurd the whole “It wasn’t my fault!”(WWE should really make that into a T-Shirt) storyline that has become stale. I like that Snitsky runs around, chasing Lita, watching her freak out and Snitsky telling her that he likes to play. When Snitsky caught up with the Hardy Slut, Eric Bischoff, always the “nice guy” said that at New Year’s Revolution he would be facing Kane. Snitsky looked scared and I laughed, at the storyline…AGAIN! This continuing saga has dragged out so long that I don’t even remember if Edge and Christian are brothers or just pretending(I know the answer, but for effect). It’s nice that Snitsky took out Kane, stalks Lita (like Kane did, remember?), then has time to look scared at a guy who slept with a dead woman!
Everyone remembers where they were when John F. Kennedy died in Dallas in 1963. Everyone remembers where they were when Robert F. Kennedy died in California and Martin Luther King Jr. in Memphis in 1968. Everyone remembers where they were when Elvis Presley died in 1977. Everyone remembers where they were when President Regan was shot in 1982. Everyone remembers where they were when the World Trade Towers fell on September 11, 2001. It seems that only when a tragedy or tragic circumstances occur do people remember where they were and what they were doing when those tragic things happened. After September 11th, many WWE Superstars, including a crying Ivory and an irate Bradshaw (our dear John Bradshaw Layfield), sent out their condolences to the families of the people who died in the World Trade Tower attacks. For some reason the WWE seems to get caught up in the political aspect of the world and decide they know what they’re talking about.
Brock Lesnar was made out to be the next big thing, just like the Rock and Triple H before him. It’s a shame that his attitude was nothing short of being an asshole before the WWE kicked him to the curb. I guess the thought of having to job to Goldberg and being Stunned by Stone Cold was too much for him, but the good thing is is that he took Sable with him. It’s only natural for wrestling fans to hate the heels and love the faces (JBL+HHH=Heels; Batista+Cena=Faces), but sometimes fans love the heels and hate the faces.
The WWE is starting to go into the right direction and even though I dislike Triple H, it was one of the better times to put the belt on him. I was rooting for Batista (but it’s too soon) and Edge (his character needs it. With all the whining he has been doing, just give it to him!). Muhammad Hassan has impressed many with his mic work, but is in ring skill is something that has to be worked on (at least he isn’t as bad as Lita). The Kane/Lita/Snitsky storyline has taken somewhat of a backseat from the injury of Lita; now it’s time for Matt Hardy to come back and stake his claim.
“The war with Iraq hits close to home.”
“Batista is a step in the right direction!”
As always, you can reach me two ways, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or in the WZ Columns Lounge at wzforums.com. I’ll be back soon with another edition of the Widow’s Peak where I’ll talk about TNA’s turnabout, what happens with the women’s division now and why Smackdown is in dire need of Christian. Until we meet again, good night and have a pleasant tomorrow.
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