WWF 15.05 (-
.26, last year: 12.95, two years ago: 15 11/16)
KINGS UPDATE: 1-0! 1-0! 1-0! They tried really hard to lose but they couldn't do it (thank God) ALSO I have completed my Carl's Jr. bobblehead collection (thank God AND Mom) without having to go to Ebay ALSO I have already bought two new hats. Catch the Kings and Jazz in Game 2 TUESDAY night on TBS! They'll be the second game of that night's doubleheader.
MOVIE REVIEW: Yes, I actually went to a movie for the first time in...hmm, this year, when I saw "The Scorpion King" at a Friday matinee. I had no expectations going in and they were met. I was glad I spent $5.25 and not $8.75. Joe, on the other hand, found my review "biased" when I told him what I thought of it, so I guess he really hated it or something. And there are another 67 opinions available over at the MRQE if mine's too short for you - I'll bump the link back up on the slashwrestling.com home page if you can't figure it out yourself.
TONIGHT: We can't stop CAN'T STOP talking about the Rock's movie! Also, Hulk Hogan won the title last night - yep, he did - he'll have something to say for sure - hey, that's all you get the night after a pay-per-view - come back in fifteen
T(O)N(I)G(HT): "Time's Arrow I" continues the tradition of intriguing cliffhangers which ultimately result in disappointing denouement - only this one has the ADDED bonus of not being particularly intriguing as well. Picard and Guinan's "special relationship" was probably best left unexplored, don't you agree?
I GET LETTERS: I haven't posted a call for email in a long, long time but given the recent events of our favourite programming source (that I write about) I thought I'd compile another batch of letters. How's the split treating you? How do you feel about the NWO? How do you feel about that guy who USED to be in the NWO now that he's holding the belt? And if you don't want to talk about any of THAT stuff, then...well, what do you think of me? I dunno, just write something that'll look good with your name next to it and it'll be read by....well, hundreds at least. I promise. Keep it brief and fire it off - there are email links at the bottom of this report - I'll try to have something put together on the home slice before Thursday.
THE RECAP STARTS: RIGHT NOW
One World TV-14-DLV-CC Leader Attitude - WWF!
Courtesy: WWF Magazine, here's some stills from last night's main event and run-in-o-rama
Pyro's away and so are we - coming to you LIVE from the Savvis Center in St. Louis, MO 22.4.2 and transmitido en espanol SAP on THE NEW TNN, this is the WWF - and *this*... is... RRRRRRAW!
BROCK LESNAR (Minneapolis, Minnesota -
275 pounds - with Paul Heyman - and
Let Us Take You Back to Last Week) v. MATT HARDY (Cameron, North Carolina
- 226 pounds)
Ric Flair is WALKING! He greets a couple of the tech crew. "Hey, what's up? Richie, man-- (hey, is that Richie Posner? Can you tell I'm reading "Foley is Good?") how's it going?" They give him the cold shoulder. "Aww, come on, man - not you guys, too - you don't think I stuck it up Austin's ass, do ya? Hey, I clearly did not see his foot on the rope. We got a show to produce tonight, man, come on, let's get with it. Huh? I did what I thought was right--" Flair turns to face Taker. "Thanks, Ric." "Thanks?" "I just want you to know that, ah...you did the right thing. You know, I know with all the adversity, I know you had to be intimiated out there. Anybody would. I just want you to know...you did the right thing. You did." "I didn't do the right thing, I did what I saw. I did not see his foot on the rope, I counted him down 1, 2, 3, 'cause I thought you were on him. I did not see you sweep the foot from the rope." "Hey, say what you will - all I'm sayin' is that I owe you one - in fact....I'm gonna go out in front of the people right now and thank you publicly. You did the right thing!" Ross proclaims Flair "absolutely guilt-ridden."
Lita shills Stacker 2
Catch the WWF LIVE! Next week, Buffalo is RAW - in two weeks Hartford is RAW, and in three weeks Toronto is SOLD OUT
Sure enough, AWESOMETAKER walks out with the "Forceable Entry" CD cover. Judgment Day tix go on sale Saturday in Nashville, by the way. "As your #1 Contender, I would like to take this time....I'd like to take this time to compliment somebody on a job well done. I would like to compliment Ric Flair on the job that he did at Backlash. Ric Flair called that match right down the middle - and when the time was right, he counted 1, 2, 3. Ric Flair did the right thing! Now don't get me wrong...it wouldn't have mattered who the referee was, I was gonna beat Austin's ass last night. It just so happens that Ric Flair was the referee. Now... ["Austin" chant] In case you don't know, he lost! Now as your #1 Contender, that means...that means I get to go to Judgment Day - and I get to fight...the Immortal - Hulk - Hoganuh. That's right, I know everybody is all caught up in this Hulk Hogan comeback story. Everybody's caught up in that miracle win last night. And yes, Hogan...you're welcome. Because without me, you wouldn't'a got that victory. But what that also means - at Judgment Day, I become judge...jury...AND executioner of Hulkamania! At Judgment Day, I will be crowned World Wrestling Federation UNDISPUTED Champion." We look backstage to see that Triple H is WALKING! Hey there's your Justin Credible/Steven Richards/Crash cameo of the night - thanks for coming out, guys! "Whoawhoawhoa - hey - hey - HE can't be here! He can't be here! Only the Champion can be on both shows - what's he doing here? He can't be here! He's supposed to be on SmackDown! Why is he here? Why the hell--" Triple H walks past a bunch of refs (who do nothing to stop him) and also Arn Anderson (who does the same) - camera follows him to the go position (Slaughter, Lanza, Patterson [I think] and two other guys I couldn't make out) and all the way out to the stage... Out comes OOPS HE'S NOT THE MAN - takedown, punches in bunches - Taker rolls over - H rolls back - tussle tussle - back to their feet - H with four or five more rights to take him outside... following out - Taker with a back elbow...but H comes right back, barreling Taker over the announce table and keeps punching. H does a little remodeling - monitor in hand - and there's five monitors to the head! Ross' headset goes out as H trips over all the cables...and then walks right back (whatever) - H picks up Taker and unleashes some more rights - finally the gaggle of REFS is out and managing to separate the two men. Taker finally back up as the crowd chants "Triple H" - there's a right for H. Taker tries to walk away, but H punches out all three refs and flies back over to Taker. And now the chase is on...Taker is relieved of his shirt - alongside the aisle they go. H rams Taker into the sided of the stage, leaving a nice bloody mark. Right, right, right, right. H rams Taker into the stage again. H removes his shirt (squeeeeal) and rams Taker's head into the stage again. But Taker fights back with a soupbone - kick - kick - and walks off. Nope, H is gonna follow him - and so's the cameraman. We're backstage now - H right, Taker into a heavy case, right by H, right, Taker swings and misses, H right, right, right, now out near the trucks - H runs Taker into a semi. Taker begs off and H makes noise. Taker is run into a car...and H pulls a sledgehammer out of the back seat. And there's the sledgehammer to the gut! "your ass is MINE now. You don't screw with me, you understand me?" As H raises the hammer over his head, two Security guys rush in and grab H - he's ready to fight THEM off as well, but now the *police* are here, hands on their guns (eerily reminiscient of another infamous "cops ready to unholster" moment, isn't it?). H gives up and holds out his arms - they cuff him. H STILL talking smack - Taker, too: "Get his ass outta here before I get up!" H manages one more stomp on Taker's chest before being led away by the cops. Taker bleeds some more for our benefit before we head out...
When we come back, our hosts (LARRY & JERRY) are still trying to get their work area straightened out
Let Us Take You Back To Moments Ago - Ross proclaims H "a man possessed - a man with the strength of ten men" - there's the monitor shots. Lawler repeatedly states that Triple H has no business appearing on this show. Back we go to what must have been Triple H's car - and there's the sledgehammer to the....wow, that's really more of the...groinal area. At least, from this angle.
Let Us Take You Back To During the Break, Triple H takes a ride in the black and white
Talk somehow turns to the Rock's big "best April opening EVER" movie opening - Lawler mentions the countless rave reviews from all the critics - I'm not sure he and I have visited the same websites, but then again maybe he got an advance viewing of
AT THE MOVIES WITH GOLDUST & BOOKER T: "Welcome to the Premiere Edition of Goldust & Booker T At the Movies." "What up, dog." "Tonight, we will be reviewing a cinematic tour de force entitled The Scorpion King. Note the Fellini-esque way in which our protagonist must engage in his goal, in his quest for salvation. The pahtos we feel is only underscored by the magnaminous--" "Yo what the HELL you talkin' 'bout? Just roll the damn footage!" (Rock's big entrance, archery, sword and "boo" scene - which actually sounded more like "poo", but) "Now that's what I'm talkin' about. That was a good movie! It was great, it had action, suspense, comedy - it had it all! I give it two thumbs up. However, there was one little problem: the Rock. Whoever said this guy could act, man? Whoever said this guy was a movie star? Man, if I was in this movie, it would have been over the top. It would have been a bigger smash than it was, man!" "That really sounds....delicious." "You're damn right it sounds delicious! Now THIS is what WOULDA happened if *I* was in this joint. Roll that footage, man." Same scene, except we see T in place of the Rock. "That's right! You suckas better FIND somewhere to run! 'cause it's me - Booker T - not only am I the Scorpion King, but I'm the five-time WCW Champion - and I got a sword, too! Now can U dig THAT - SUCKAAAAAS" "That's what I'm talking about! That was off da hook! That was bizzy, man! This is movies, dog!" "Excellent performance, Book." "Oh yes!" "But there's one thing missing - one thing that woulda made this film a four star classic - one thing woulda made this film an Oscar contender! That one thing is...(inhales) Goldust." "--the hell are you talkin' about." Same scene - Goldust inhales, says "boooooo" and bites. "As you can see, I should have been the Scorpion King." "You shoulda been the Scorpion King?" "That's right." "Man, if you woulda starred in this movie...they woulda called it The Scorpion QUEEN. AHHHHHHahahahahahaha - hahahahahahahahaha!" "Tell me you did not just say that." "Hahahahahahahaha!" This kinda ruled a lot.
TONIGHT: Goldust & Booker T take on Bubba Ray & Spike Dudley!
Flair gets some coffee - Regal is already working on some pee - I mean, tea. "Hey William - what's up, man." "Ah, Mr. Flair." "How are you?" "Oh I'm wonderful, how are you, I mean I must congratulate you on your wonderful job of refereeing last night. It was...rather a novel way to count three on Stone Cold Steve Austin, wasn't it, when his little foot was on the rope." "It was an HONEST mistake. I clearly did not see Austin's foot on the rope. It was an accident." "Well, let me be the first to congratulate you on your little 'accident.' Bye bye." Hey, why exactly do all these people care so much about Austin getting screwed, anyway? Doesn't affect THEM as far as I can tell...ah well, let's sit through another ad break while we ponder such things
"WWF Divas: Tropical Pleasure" video/DVD ad
EDDIE GUERRERO joins the commentary team for the next match...
MR. PERFECT (Minneapolis, Minnesota -
262 pounds) v. ROB VAN DAM (Battle
Creek, Michigan - 235 pounds - with Forceable Entry CD
WWF FLASHBACK: January 23, 1984 - Madison Square Garden - Hogan wins the WWF Championship for the first time, becoming the 11th WWF Champion
The Slam of the Week is brought to you by 1-800-CAL-LATT! From Backlash, Molly unleashes a verbal barrage on Trish Stratus - then adds a physical barrage as well, with a mic to the throat and a whip into the STEEL steps
Ontario - with the cover of Oxygen magazine) and
(Dallas, Texas - with RAW is brought to
you live by Stacker 2, Honda, and
truth) v. JAZZ (New Orleans, Louisiana) & MOLLY HOLLY (Mobile,
To Flair's office, where we find him talking to Anderson. "Man, I'm frustrated. This is really gettin' the best of me, man. I go up to people, they ignore me. People turn around when they see me comin', walk the other way, hey I own the company. I mean, I need some resepct from these people - I, I clearly did not count Austin out thinking his leg was on the rope. You know that. You believe me, don'cha?" "(pause) Yeah - yeah, Ric, I believe ya. I'm your best friend. But the fact is, there's some crew members who don't believe ya...and there's some guys in the back that don't believe ya - which would indicate to me there's probably some people out in that audience, there's a lotta fans that don't believe ya. I think, if I was you, I'd straighten it out. I'd go out there and I'd tell 'em the truth." "Out in the crowd." "Yep. Go tell 'em the truth." "You know what - that's a hell of an idea." "There you go." "That's what I'm gonna do. And you know what, I'm not only gonna go out there and TELL 'em the truth, I'm gonna go out there and PROVE to 'em beyond the shadow of a point - shadow of a doubt that I did not see Austin's leg on the rope. I can prove it." "There you go - there you go." "That's what I'm gonna do. Thank you. That's a hell of an idea." "Good luck." See, Flair doesn't WANT to go out there - *it's Arn's fault*
WWF Excess is part of TNN's Slammin' Saturday Night - for people who don't like to go out on Saturdays!
WWF Shop Zone dotcom ad
WWF FLASHBACK: April 2, 1989 - Hogan defeats Randy Savage in WrestleMania V to win his second WWF Championship - and become 14th WWF Champion
Here comes RIC FLAIR (with RAW Credits & Transmitido en espanol SAP & TV-14-DLV & CC) to bring us into the second hour. "Thank you. I needed that. I did not come out here tonight to make excuses; I came out here tonight to set the record straight. Last night, at Backlash, as a special guest referee...I did a lousy job. I made a mistake. Steve Austin's... foot was clearly on the rope - I blew the call. And it's something I'll probably have to live with for a long time. Clearly, taking the match between Taker and Austin put me in a position I wasn't qualified to be in - then you take the NWO walking down in the middle of the match, the excitement of thousands of people, the magnitude of the event - I can understand why Stone Cold is real upset with me. But I think, in a city like this...if Ric Flair says something, you know it's gospel. ["Woooo!"] And I'm that sincere... now. I would like them to play the footage of what you saw last night, and why a lotta people are upset with me right now." Let Us Take You Back to Last Night. "That looks like I made a bad call - it looks like I saw Austin's foot on the rope and still counted him out. That wasn't the case - please play this next footage." We get Flair's angle - and it does indeed seem to show Taker's body shielding Flair from seeing Austin's foot on the rope. "Now THAT'S - now that's what I saw. I wouldn't do anything in the world to hurt Steve Austin. I respect Steve Austin. I told him to his face he was The Man. And he is. Hell I LIKE Steve Austin. Austin and I are friends. And I wanta take this opportunity in front of the whole world...because Stone Cold is in the building tonight...I want him to hear this. From the bottom of my heart...Stone Cold, I apologise. That's right. From the bottom of my heart, I--" and here's the breaking of glass bringing out STONE COLD STEVE AUSTIN...who makes his way to the turnbuckles, but can't quite see work up the wherewithall to climb them. Wait, THERE he goes. Austin gets a mic. Flair looks at his feet as Austin speaks. "You're sorry? You apologise? You made a mistake? You're standin' right there - tellin' me you made a mistake - tellin' me you're sorry. I say you're fulla CRAP! ... You come out here, showin' your little footage, flappin' your mouth, the bottom line is - Stone Cold Steve Austin - ain't the #1 Contender - no more! You talk about the gospel - I don't hear no church bells. The more you sit there and whine about the mistakes you made, the more you piss me off! You said you made a mistake last night? Look at me! I said look at me, ya son of a bitch." Flair slowly raises his eyes to meet Austin's. "You said you made a mistake last night? WHAT? You damn right! When you screwed Stone Cold, you made the single - biggest - mistake - of your life! And I don't care what you've done in the past. I don't care what you're gonna do in the future." Austin grabs his chin. "I don't give a rat's ass how many championships you've had--" "Whoa whoa whoa whoa whoa - sixteen championships! I didn't mean to interrupt you. I did not mean to interrupt you. We gotta set the record straight, man. I made an honest mistake last night. I did not bring the NWO down - I am not your enemy, Stone Cold. And I sure as hell am not Vince McMahon." "You damn right you ain't Vince McMahon - you don't look like Vince McMahon - you don't talk like Vince McMahon - [sniffs him] - you don't smell like Vince McMahon - but you know what? I'm startin' to wish you WERE Vince McMahon. You know why? Because I'd rather deal with a sumbitch - that's gonna look me in the eyes - and tell me he's gon' screw me - then deal with a sumbitch like you - who's gonna look me in the eyes - shake my hand - pat my back - say how good a friends we are - turn around - and screw me first chance he gets! So what I got my eyes locked on them little beady eyes o' yours, and since we're standin' here in my ring, and we are in Missouri....and this is - and this is the Show Me state - since you showed me all your footage - Stone Cold Steve Austin got something he wanta show you - how 'bout THAT?" And he birds him. "I don't blame you for feeling the way you feel - if the shoe were on the other foot, I'd feel the same way. I screwed up. I've apologised. But in one night, I can make it all right. I can do the right thing by you. Tonight, I can make sure the NWO never screws with Stone Cold again. I'm gonna take that other badass Texan Bradshaw - make him YOUR partner - versus the NWO. That's right! Tonight, Stone Cold and Bradshaw versus the NWO! Right here in...St. Louis, Missouri." The music plays and Flair walks off...before Austin can tell him exactly what he thinks of that plan.
Here's a look at the dotcom - HOGAN DOES THE IMPOSSIBLE, it says - when Hogan last held this title, there WAS no World Wide Web - chew on THAT.
BUBBA RAY & SPIKE DUDLEY (Dudleyville -
475 pounds - with Let Us Take You
Back 2 Weeks) v. GOLDUST (Hollywood, California - 250 pounds) and BOOKER T
(Houston, Texas - 251 pounds)
WWF FLASHBACK: March 24, 1991 - Hogan pins Sgt. Slaughter at WrestleMania VII to win his third WWF Championship, and become 17th WWF Champion - damn, and he wouldn't even hook the leg
Kurt Angle (who does not appear on this show) shills getting tough on angina
Take a look at the Savvis Center
Earlier Today, Stasiak talked to no one...or maybe the cameraman? "You gotta sit back and analyse the situation and that somethin' that you--" "Shawn - are you all right, man?" It's Tommy Dreamer and his 7-Eleven Slurpee cup! "Why do you ask, Tommy? Do you think I'm a bit of a MANIAC? Do you think that I've gone a little CRAZYAK?" "Shawn Shawn Shawn Shawn, that's what I'm talking about. What's with this Planet Stasiak thing?" "Oh, Tommy. Planet Stasiak is all about CHOICES and the sounds of the VOICES that run through my head. Some may think it's WACKY while others might thing it's TACKY but it CANNOT be IGNORE. So is my sanity under ATTACK? Is it my mental faculties that I LACK? That's just another day in the life of Planet Stasiak." William Regal has happened by to make a funny face, and while Stasiak reacts to it, Dreamer takes his opportunity to sneak away. "What the bloody hell are you doing? Have you gone crackers, lad? You're rambling on about a fictitious planet that no one's ever heard of, ya silly pillock. Jabbering on about 'crazyak' and Stasiak and bloody choices and voices. Start talking some sense ya silly tart." "Okay, Willie, don't get silly! Perhaps you have a lot of questions, and perhaps tonight, you'll have a chance to explore Planet Stasiak. Tonight, in the ring." "Listen, sunshine. I won't do it for the sweet taste of victory, I'll do it for the chance to knock some bloody sense into you!" OHHHHH I GET IT - Stasiak is the Ultimate Warrior! (It was the snorting at the end that gave it away.)
WILLIAM REGAL (Blackpool, England - 240
pounds - with Buffalo RAW hype) v.
SHAWN STASIAK (Planet Stasiak - 261 pounds)
Backstage, Flair, Anderson and the refs are on the run. They catch up to the EMT's and Tony Garea, who are looking over a fallen Bradshaw. Anderson tries to ask him who'd done this to him, but he's out cold and not readily providing an answer. "Arn... I think I know who did it." Flair walks off while Arn keeps trying. "JOHN!"
When we come back, it's the locker room...where Flair accosts the NWO. "Can't wait 'til tonight, I never get tired of beatin' up Austin, I never--" "Hey, guys. ...again." "What?" "You know what. Bradshaw is unconscious and on his way to the hospital." "No! Is he gonna be okay?" "I don't know if he is or not. But don't tell me you two weren't part of it." "I don't know what you're talking about, Ric." "Yeah, you never do. Either do you. The problem is I always know. And you guys clearly are part of it." "Well Ric, I just got a question, if Bradshaw's hurt, he's out. That means, uh--" "He's more than out - he's on his way to the hospital...unconscious. "That's too bad!" "Well, that's really a shame, but back to tonight, Ric, that means X-Pac & Hall against Austin all by himself, right? Handicap." "No, no, rewind that, it means I'm gonna find another partner for Austin right now. I'll be back. You'll find out who it is real quick." "Oh, come on." We hear a toilet flush...coincidentally, Kevin Nash appears. (Make your own joke - it's fun!) "Ho ho ho! Did you guys get hollered at." Flair's back in. "Man - surprises - it never ceases to amaze me. You, what are you doing here?" "I'm just hanging around." "Yeah, you're out. You're suspended indefinitely, you're not allowed in the building, you're not allowed to hang around these guys during work." "Come on! Lighten up!" "You're not allowed to hang around 'em, period..." "I'm driving 'em!" "...during work, no you're not. You're out the door right now. You wanna go down for life? That's right, for life. You know, NWO for life? Nash gone, for life." "I'M GONE, BYE." Everybody sulks. "Hey, Flair, who's the partner. Did you pick a partner there?" "As a matter of fact, I did. It's gonna be NWO: X-Pack, Scott Hall against Stone Cold...and The Big Show." "AHHHHHHHH" "Yeah. Right here, tonight, St. Louis, Missouri."
Again, Flair fails to tell X-Pac he's had more championships than he's had pieces of ass.
WWF FLASHBACK: December 3, 1991 - at Tuesday in Texas, in full view of Jack Tunney, Hulk Hogan wins his fourth WWF Championship - and become the 19th WWF Champion
UP NEXT: *Six*-time champion Hollywood Hulk Hogan!
Tough Enough 2 ad - aka "My Mom Is A Bitch Because I Sleep Around"
MR. OBVIOUS: Damn, this show's got a lot of ads, doesn't it?
WWF FLASHBACK: April 4, 1993 - at WrestleMania IX, Hulk Hogan pinned Yokozuna to end his 128 second title reign - and simtulaneously make everyone gathered in a Modesto apartment GROOOOOOOAN (And, in case you're interested, that made him the 25th WWF Champion)
Fire up the voodoo chili - 66th WWF Champion YOU KNOW WHO is out and he's got his belt on. You know, without getting too creative with the math, Hogan can now claim up to fourteen times as champion - and darned if he probably isn't STILL thinking of ways to lose and win it three more times, just to pass up Flair once and for all. Well, let's listen to what he's got to say. Poor Hogan, he can't find a way to put the mic to his lips - not while he can still milk the crowd reaction. And yet, they're not chanting his name like they always seem to do during SmackDown! - if you catch my drift. "Man, it's STILL runnin' wild, isn't it? You know, the first thing I've gotta say - as far as I'm concerned - Triple H, my man - YOU deserve a rematch, brother. Because if it wasn't for the Undertaker, maybe I'd be standing here the WWF Champion, and maybe I wouldn't. But there's one thing I do know - that 18 years ago, January 23rd, 1984 in Madison Square Garden, Hulkamania was born - AND, on April 21st, 2002, Hulkamania was REborn - because last night, at Backlash, I became the Undisputed World Wrestling Federation champion, brothers! But when I think back to last Thursday - when I think back to last Thursday's SmackDown!, Vince said 'what'cha gonna do, brother - what'cha gonna do, Hulk Hogan, when reality comes crashin' down on you? Well, Vince, thanks to all my Hulkamaniacs - [removes belt] - I'm holdin' reality right here in my hand, brother - I'm walkin', and I'm talkin', and reality is right here in my hand, because I am the WWF Champion." Whoa did you hear his voice CRACK? "As far as my run goes, if it ends this week, or my run ends next week, or it runs any time soon. OR, if the big man upstairs calls my number and I have to leave here tomorrow, then by God, I'll leave here a happy man, because Hulkamania, as of right now is alive, and it's well, and it's runnin' wilder than it's ever been. But you know something, maniacs, I didn't get to the top of the mountain by myself. It was all you Hulkamaniacs that helped me get there - that's right - and you know something maybe it was destiny, but as far as I'm concerned, I believed in the power of the Hulkamaniacs - and Undertaker, YOU better believe in the power of the Hulkamaniacs - because Undertaker, what'cha gonna do, what'cha gonna do at Judgment Day, Taker - what'cha gonna do, brother, when Hulkamania, and all my Hulkamaniacs run wild on..." and nobody completes the catchphrase very loudly, so the whole thing ends up sounding kinda....umm....tepid. GOOD OL' JR: "What a great reception here tonight live in St. Louis!" Golly, but you sure can tell the difference between a live RAW and a post-produced SmackDown!, can't you? Hey, play the Hendrix again! THEN, they spend a full minute watching Hogan's posing routine...ohh, I've got an uneasy feeling about this whole situation - and it ain't getting better
UP NEXT: Stone Cold & Big Show v. X-Pac & Scott Hall!
Forceable Entry CD ad
Lita shills Stacker 2 - again
Behind the Scenes at The Scorpion King: swords are heavy - wait, didn't I see this before? Man, I was hoping once the movie opened we wouldn't have any more of these fluffy...hey wait, Rock isn't even supposed to be ON this show! QUAAAAAAK QUAK QUAK QUAK QUAK QUAK QUAK
SCOTT HALL (Miami, Florida) & X-PAC
(Minneapolis, Minnesota) (492 pounds -
with 1-800-CAL-LATT presents Judgment Day - it's coming!) v. THE BIG SHOW
(Tampa, Florida - 500 pounds) and STONE COLD STEVE AUSTIN (Victoria, Texas
- 252 pounds)
Yes, I can.