Post by misconduct was wrong on Dec 29, 2012 21:12:20 GMT -5
After Kane returned and faced Cena at a ppv I can't remember. Cena was supposed to be all angry at Kane, but came out with a less enthusiastic normal entrance. I knew he was gonna lose, and was strongly disappointed in him for not selling the emotional part of the story.
- IT WASN'T MY FAULT becomes a catch phrase and changes my life
My brother told me a theory he had many years ago. The first man to get knocked down during a match goes on to win. (Not, to hit the mat, get knocked down with a punch or a move.) For a time while I remembered to keep track, he'd get 95% of WrestleMania matches correct with that theory.
Royal Rumble 2006. Edge vs Cena for the WWE Championship.
Cena, the challenger, gets the 'spaceship' entrance.
Was there ever a point to that entrance other than "HEY LOOK AT CENA EVERYBODY"? I suppose that's the point of all entrances, but I wondered back then why he got that thing at a PPV outside of Wrestlemania...
Post by Goatface Gambino on Dec 30, 2012 12:59:42 GMT -5
The fatal four tag match to decide the number one contenders against ReyCara at TLC. Before the bell even rang, just the look on Primo's face told me not only that the Colons would be the first team out, but that he was the one that would be taking the first fall.
Kane and Big Show are The Local Men. The Local Men are Kane and Big Show. No one else can join, no one else was a Local Man in some other era. As long as it's kept to those two, it's most absolutely beautiful idea ever.
Whenever Zack Ryder's opponent is another low card guy (i.e. Primo, Otunga), you get this mixed feeling of happiness that Zack Ryder is going to win for once, and then you feel sorry for the other guy because he's that far down on the ladder that Zack Ryder is more credible than he is.