I rally thought they were going to have Cena and Ryder make out at the end. They were just that close to each other.
I'm glad I wasn't the only one that got a Rad Bromance vibe at the end either. I bet there was least a hundred or so people immediately going to their DeviantArt page and working on their newest masterpiece, Long John in Long Island.
You know, Hulk Ups are bulls***. Taker Sit Ups (And well, Taker himself and his whole deal) is bulls***. Kane is bulls***. Original Mankind character being a monster was bulls***. But it's satisfying as hell.
Exactly. Realism is highly overrated. It was stuff like what happened tonight and that above that made wrestling: I love the soap opera stuff and the supernatural stuff. THAT'S why you watch it!
NOW, Cena needs to take it SERIOUSLY and sell some damn fear next week.
That's what's making it work! Cena isn't joking about Kane and has been selling fear since it started (the gulp two weeks ago, Kane leaving him lying last week). Cena actually has a challenge; something to take seriously and something to be scared about, and I love it!
I know the stunt seemed awfully cheesy to some, but I liked it because I have no idea how they prepared the explosion and whatnot. Seems like a stunt that's legit dangerous if everything doesn't go right. A little bit of real-life risk can shake the silly out of anything.
sometimes it's cool when they come out of or down into the ring mat. this time it was a mixture of both. maybe because of the self aware status of wrestling at the moment. other times it's just lame and embarrassing or a funny trainwreck like what happened with Flair and Co. getting knocked down into the hole in the ring by Abyssamania and Hulkamania at some TNA ppv back in 2010