retrogamerdude wrote:Question - what are your fav tag teams of all time?
Based purely on wrestlng ability and not the people (well, person) outside of the ring, I thought Dean Malenko and Chris Benoit were great as part of the Four Horsemen in WCW. Actually, I liked any tag teams Benoit was in, like when he teamed with Eddie Guerrero as part of The Radicalz, or when he teamed with Chris Jericho for a while.
Finally watched Vengeance earlier...to be honest I thought it was a 'meh' PPV (outside of Kevin Nash attacking Triple H....I honestly didn't see that coming and Nash looked in better shape than he has done the last few times he's been on TV...but the Henry/Big Show match was a nice surprise mimicking what Brock Lesnar and Big Show did years before (Jerry Lawler did actually mention Brock Lesnar as well when it happened) and the Cena/Del Rio match was fun, it was nice to see a Last Man Standing match go all over the backstage area and then the Spanish announce table getting trashed...it felt like a kind of throwback to the good old days and felt like they were making an effort to be entertaining at least.
Following Raw wasn't bad either, Nash putting Triple H in hospital was good and the ending (complete with John Cena drooling on the mic) set the tone for Survivor Series nicely. I noticed that guy with the 'We hate Cena' T Shirt on again as well, obviously a plant to promote Cena's new 'Rise Above Hate' T-Shirt
Can't complain though, it did entertain me.
Haven't watched this week's TNA yet, but last week's show....just good grief.
I think James Storm is really great, I do, he's paid his dues 10 times over and is more than ready to be a main eventer but doing it that way? Really? It's like they just completely took a big dump on the whole build up of Robert Roode. The only real way I can see out of that mess is to have Roode turn heel out of jealousy, otherwise I'm just not seeing what direction TNA are heading in here.