Sunday Night Heat:
Chris Masters beat Chris Simpson (not sure if this will make it to Heat or if it was a dark match). This match was pretty bad. At one point Masters went to drop an elbow on Simpson and somehow he totally messed up and Masters’s ass landed on Simpson’s head. The crowd reacted with a big OOOOOO.
Victoria beat Molly Holly. Victoria got a big pop when she did that thing where she shakes her ass.
Hurricane and Rosie beat two local guys.
Simon Dean beat local guy. Simon was so much better in ECW!
Shelton Benjamin beat Rhino. The crowd started a loud chant of ECW and Rhino told them to shut up.
I have not watched Heat in about 5 years-it doesn’t look like I am missing much!
Randy Orton went around the ring hurt and was shaking people’s hands in the front row when Eric Bischoff came to the ring and announced a six man tag between Orton & Chris Jericho & Chris Benoit vs. HHH & Batista & Edge. The funny thing was after the Flair match, Orton acted like he was exhausted, but as soon as Bischoff came to the ring one minute later and announced the match he immediately dropped the exhausted bit. It really didn’t matter at that point because half the crowd left anyway.
Orton-Jericho-Benoit beat HHH-Batista-Edge. The best part was just before the match HHH and Batista were messing around with some guy at ringside and HHH took the guy’s hat a placed it in Batista’s tights and then put it back on the guys head which got a chuckle from what was left of the crowd.
Biggest pops of the night:
1. Jim Ross-Last time I heard a pop like that was for Steve Austin a few years back.
The biggest pop of the night actually went to a video they played just before Raw to promote WrestleMania 21. It contained highlights from past WrestleManias.
1. HHH – During the Jim Ross interview, this guy got crazy heat from the crowd.
On a side note, WWE needs work-major work. WWE “Superstars” don’t even compare to the guys they have at TNA (Styles, Daniels, Williams, etc). I attended TNA in Florida last year and it blew this show away by a mile.