So cartoonish, but I still laughed my head off that Kane would keep falling for everything.
Add Booker vs. Edge for that shampoo commercial. "I may not know Kung-Fu, but I know Sham-Poo!" (It was almost a flashback to the '80s, when they would come up with ANYTHING to have a reason guys are feuding.)
Add to that Earthquake squashing Jake's snake. LOVED it!
In other words, this is probably going to be the all-purpose Kane thread.
Just got to thinking about the May 19th storyline and... damn, the May 19th storyline was amazing. One of very few movies I'll always remember the release date for, so guess WWE did a good job of that. And the date wound up being some nice continuity in the end to boot.
So, yeah, that's where we start. Can think of some other Kane ones offhand, but rather see what all else gets brought up that doesn't involve him.
The best part was that it was building on the exact date of my b-day ;D.
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Post by El Hijo del Havoc on Dec 25, 2012 18:39:57 GMT -5
FAV 5 (No real order) LU: Cage, Joey Ryan, Johnny Mundo, Matanza Cueto, Jack Evans...The Mack, Son of Havoc, Taya, PJ Black PWG: Zack Sabre Jr, Marty Scurll, Timothy Thatcher, Drew Galloway, Matt Sydal WWE: Luke Harper, Sami Zayn, Cesaro, Dean Ambrose, Kevin Owens OTHER: Kenny Omega, Dalton Castle, Jay Lethal, Rocky Romero, Eli Drake
Post by Magic was wrong again on Dec 25, 2012 20:26:03 GMT -5
Not WWE but I was highly entertained when Karen Angle accidentally got married to AJ Styles.
And who could forget the Thanksgiving episode of Impact in 2007?
No pictures, no gimmicks
Magic's list of people he's f***ing with rn: John Cena (Da God) Rey Mysterio (Living Legend) Handsome Rusev (Strap him up, WWE) R-Truth (He saves every segment he's in) Andrade Almas (Still too nice) Hiroshi Tanahashi (Da God of NJPW) Mustafa Ali (Last of a Dying Babyface Breed) Pete Dunne (#Heel)
Related, the brief Kane / Orton / Kelly storyline. Highlights being Kane suspecting Kelly's seeing someone and immediately coming out and murdering Miz over it and the blowoff being a random, meaningless Raw match Orton won with a dropkick.
Muhammed Hassan's terrorist attack on the Undertaker. He should have declared a full on "jihad" against the entire company for being part of Americana. A relevant social issue that WWE could have based storylines upon. Other companies in the entertainment industry can do it in TV shows and film.