Post by kingbookermark on Jan 2, 2012 23:46:33 GMT -5
Lizuka always starting trouble
Mark for all time: King Booker, HBK Daniel Bryan, Kevin Nash, Edge, CM Punk, Eddie Guerrero, Cody Rhodes, Ric Flair & Macho Man Randy Savage.
Currently Marking for: Dean Ambrose, Sasha Banks, AJ Styles, New Day, Seth Rollins, Bray Wyatt, Brock Lesnar, Jericho, Shinsuke Nakamura, Stephanie McMahon, JBL (on commentary) and my top favorite Kevin Owens.
This thread has the perfect title. "At World's End" had a lot of people pissed off and featured a lot of "WTF is happening right now" moments. On the other hand, it also had a fair share of people that loved almost every second of it, except the scene with the 8 million Johnny Depps, which I equate to the Divas match: the only purpose was to fill time and make people appreciate the rest of the show more by comparison.
Post by J.O.B. Squad on Jan 2, 2012 23:50:36 GMT -5
Even though it had me scratching my head at times I really did enjoy RAW tonight(I will admit the Jericho at first was annoying me but then I was getting why he was doing it which made me applaud him for doing such a great job)
Post by El Hijo del Havoc on Jan 3, 2012 0:46:15 GMT -5
@wwerawgm John Laurinaitis And to those wondering why Brodus didn't debut tonight, I have my reasons. He will debut next week, I promise. Why would I lie? #Raw
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
the post show dark match was Lawler beating Cole in a Memphis street fight, including a piledriver finish.
Is that true? If so, I respect Cole for being willing to take the move.
They noted Jerry Lawler was scheduled to wrestle Michael Cole, but as Cena pointed out, they couldn't because there was a hole in the ring. Cole acted all smug until Cena suggested they have a Street Fight instead. Cole looked shocked even though it was advertised as a Street Fight for weeks here.
Lawler pretty much killed Cole, nailing him with the piledriver and ripping his pants off before pinning him
Lawler then wished everyone a good night and reminded everyone that the best wrestling fans in the world were from Memphis.