I while I was watching BATB during the tag titles match I saw that Tony has learned a new move. Evidently Saturn only does T-bone suplexes now. Tony on several occasions called belly-to-belly and some other suplexes T-bones. Hilarious, maybe it will become the next sidewalk slam
Seems like you didn't pick up on this interesting little bit of character development.
Where was the referee while Lenny Lane tried to interfere on Lodi's behalf when Lodi failed his second running frankensteiner?
He was being held by the rim of his pants by a kneeling Lodi, trying to stand up (it seems), his head conveniently located right at the ref's crotch. The referee attempted to struggle away, but Lodi kept pulling him closer to his face.
Well, at least they're having fun...
On Nitro, you remember Eddy lining up the masked wrestlers to find out who took his wallet. He said that none of them were the ones and that there must be another masked wrestler.
Suddenly, it hit me. I know who took Eddy's wallet, the last luchador anyone would think of,
La Cucaracha had to be the one who took Eddy's wallet!!
I was searching through the annals of Wade's Nitro reports to find the last time a Nitro main event ended cleanly (which was obviously before Savage & Co. returned), and found not suprisingly that it was over five and a half months ago!! on 3-1-99 Rick Steiner and Goldberg succesfully and cleanly defeated the team of Buff Bagwell and Scott Steiner. 17 screwjob main events in a row......
Can someone please explain to me why Norman Smiley cannot do the "SMBU' on TV, but Randy Savage can "smack his bitch up and kick her when she's down" on Nitro?
OK, I will make a few points. First, I'm glad to see that they decided not to try to kill Disco's gimmick again by dropping the stipulation, but jobbing him to Kitty B. Badd and the ruby slipper of eternal damnation wasn't a good choice. While I'm not a fan of Rick Steiner (post-1995-ish), I'm glad he went over Van Hairdresser. David Flair over Malenko isn't good on the surface, but I'll give the angle the benefit of the doubt for a few more weeks. Rap vs. Country was, well, rap vs. country. Of course, Brad Armstrong is the only "Rapper" to take a real fall. The "Junkyard Invitational" was an absurd concept, but Finlay winning on PPV can only be a good thing. Jersey Boys vs. Benoit/Saturn looks like a superb match as always, and I don't mind Benoit/Saturn jobbing for the sake of an exciting feud. How do you win a boxing match via pinfall? And how do you reward a guy for beating women on Nitro? Give him a belt!
And why build up the "Who was driving the hummer" crap if you DON'T EVEN MENTION IT?