Monday, July 26, 2010

Return of the Super Friends

Maybe I've been influenced by ComicCon, but John Cena's team does sound a little like the Super Friends taking on the Legion of Doom. Cena even referred to Edge and Jericho as Batman and Robin and Khali as Wonder Woman. Here's what I was thinking:

Superman: John Cena
Batman: Chris Jericho
Aquaman: Edge
Hawkman: Bret Hart
Apache Chief: Khali
Flash: John Morrison
Green Lantern: R Truth

Monday, July 12, 2010

Brotherly Love?

To seek revenge on the attack on his brother, Kane first seriously suspected CM Punk and the SES because it would be logical that a group would be needed to take the Undertaker out. Now, his eyes are set on Jack Swagger. I say he should take a look in the mirror...

See, this is how it always works out. The brother or the best friend got jealous or mad and actually attacked the person you'd least expect him to attack.

When the footage rolled, we discovered it was Triple H who attacked Shawn Michaels in the parking lot in 2002. And, more recently, in 2009, Matt Hardy announced it was he who had been tormenting Jeff Hardy throughout 2008.

And, if you really want to go back, Cain attacked Abel. Okay, I know, but doesn't Taker always get into those title matches and is always the favored one, while Kane, even though he is arguably larger in size, is a sideline character? Need proof? Kane was WWE Champ once, 12 years ago. Taker has held the WWE and World Heavyweight Championships a combined 7 times, with his last reign ending, oh, 5 months ago.

The only question is when will Taker come out of his "vegetative state" (which some creatively say is due to his recent marriage to Michelle McCool... Rey Mysterio did actually injure him- concussion, broken orbital bone- in their match the week before Memorial Day). I have a feeling he'll have a full recovery and will be able to reveal his attacker in time for a match to settle their differences at SummerSlam.


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Thursday, July 1, 2010

Bret Hart Speaks

Bret Hart posted on his Facebook page today his opinion of Martha Hart's lawsuit on the WWE and the McMahons.

He opened his statement with the following:

"I feel that it's ridiculous for anyone to think they are serving the best interests of Owen's memory or his children to pretend he wasn't a wrestler. Not only was he a wrestler, he was a great one and proud of it. I personally believe Martha Hart has done nothing to keep his memory alive and sadly, he fades from view a little more every year. I do suspect this lawsuit is more about publicity, ego, and small-mindedness than it is about pro-wrestling and all of those that are in it."

To read the full statement, visit Bret Hart's Facebook Notes.


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