May 26, 2004
WWE finally removed the Goldberg bio from the Raw Superstars page. I had hoped that he may someday return, but this is not a good sign. Times change as it appears that as Goldberg goes out and makes it so that he won't come back, Sting could be arriving soon. Time will tell, and I hope that they use him the right way and don't screw up what he has meant to the business. Not only that, how cool would it be to see one more match between Sting and Ric Flair? Triple H continues to impress everyone in the IWC with his sudden propensity for making other people look good. I contend that he finally has someone who has some talent and can make him look good in putting them over. (Shelton Benjamin, Chris Benoit, Edge, HBK, Jericho, Christian, Most of the rest of the Raw roster) Kind of hard to look bad when you have that much talent to work with. Smackdown has gone old school, and I am loving watching Mordecai. Someone get me a really good set up to get him into a title picture soon, because he is gonna explode when the nation gets to see him go at it on free television. I am writing before the spoilers/previews go up for Smackdown this week, so there is some hope for me yet. I'll get more for ya soon. Promise! C~ya!
May 17, 2004
Okay, so I am trolling along, looking at everything that has happened over the weekend (traditionally my offline time) and see that Mordecai has been added to the Smackdown Superstars website. But the link is not active. Now, this is the only real problem I have with WWE.com. They are PAID to keep it up to date and keep the kayfabe that remains intact on the WWE site. Why is it that they debut a new wrestler, and put his name there, but don't make the link active to find out more? It reeks of unprofessionalism.
I do the webstie here as a hobby (and it shows) and I am even quicker with updates than the "professionals." Makes one wonder what they do to get paid, and how I can get in on it. TNA is worse as usual, but at least they make an effort to keep up with everything. There's just too many off territories for them to do so. Not their fault, nature of that beast. But for WWE to do it is shameful and unneccesary. So for those who really like what they see on WWE.com, keep going there. But don't expect it to be up to date. Ever.
May 10, 2004
I have to admit, there are times when even I get bored of writing wrestling booking and go out and read a lot of fun stuff. But every so often I have to wonder just how much is being pumped in as true, when it is in fact one of the greatest lies you'll ever see.
Confused yet? Good. Serves you right. trying to horn in on my thoughts like that. And one more thing. . .Fooled ya.
Shelton Benjamin has been the recipient of much love lately from the collective IWC, and it led me to wonder if there are some really good reasons for it outside of his matches with Trippa H. Then I ran across this. I like to see who comes up with some of the wittiest responses in "The Finisher" on WWE.com. Go click on the link, Shelton's answer is at the bottom. Read EVERYONE'S answer, and note who all answered the question. . .And Shelton's answer becomes that much more priceless. Anyhow, I will keep writing some stuff on this spot for references to cool stuff I find while trolling the net. The Blog will still be where it always is. But that is more of a bitch forum for me. C-ya~!