Learned a fair bit off Jake. One of the most gifted brains in wrestling, but not without many faults.
I'd still rather see Jake the Snake or Macho Man inducted into the Hall of Fame rather than... Mike Tyson...
What do you guys make of The Undertaker (w/doll hair) appearing on RAW and calling out HHH? The idea of HHH vs Taker 3 isn't perfect, but I can't fault that Undertaker for a change is the one wanting the Wrestlemania match rather than the opponent chasing him.
As long as he wants it so that his run can be ended. He needs to be the guy to say "this has got to happen".
Saying that though he really needs to lose it to some really tallented up and comer, imagine the pop you'd get being the person who ends the Phenoms run.
As I mentioned above, I really like Brodus Clay give he a shot at the Taker. A younger big guy just making his break into the big time, has a silly (but cool ) gimmick at the moment. Have him traumatized in victory and bring him back as a really dark character seemingly infected by the Phenoms evil.
Set up a run then against Kane, have him easily destroy Big Show and Mark Henry.
As much as I really enjoy the Funkosaurus gimmick, I feel it is in danger of drying out soon. It seems to be the same old squash match every show and same routine. Brodus needs a storyline or angle or something.
Minus the Funky new character, Brodus was a squash match guy on Superstars/NXT prior. He needs something a bit bigger.
Wrestlemania's in the books, and I have to say I enjoyed it a fair bit.
Triple H/Taker was less wrestling, more soap opera, but it was completely absorbing.
Jericho/Punk was a little slow to get going and I was getting a bit bored, but the final part of the match was excellent.
LOL'd at Funkasaurus's momma and the bridge club!
The Rock/Cena...I felt I was watching WM 6, what with the hot crowd and the eerily familiar spots (test of strength, bearhug, double clothesline knockout), and it was just as fun. And am so glad at who won...but when they announced the show's sponsors early in the show, wasn't it obvious who was going over?
Last night's RAW:
Very entertaining, and that crowd was crazy. There are post-shows videos online where people are blasting their car horns in time with the YES! chant. Insane.
As that YouTube video shows, losing in 18 seconds doesn't seem to have harmed Bryan in the slightest. The crowd reaction in that same video is quite something. Just hope it wasn't a one-off thing in Miami.
Sounds like he out-popped both The Rock - in The Rock's home - and the reveal at the end of the show, too.