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Old 06-24-2006, 07:42 AM   #545 (permalink)
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Default Re: WWE 2005: The Aftermath of WrestleMania 21

Some comments for Raw, 3/20.

I really liked the opening segment, having the six money in the bang guys staring down each other, and then having a match. Kennedy picking up the win for Raw is great, he looks great going in to WrestleMania. It is going to be very weird seeing Batista in a ladder match.

Hardy and Edge is hackneyed because it has been done so many times, but I see that you are not involving Lita, so it should be something fresh.

Stone Cold vs. The Undertaker is a very intriguing match up. They have met before, but that was eight years ago. Great to see Stone Cold as the heel, with Undertaker as the face Deadman. I see it being close, but Undertaker extends the winning streak.

Fantastic way to end the show. I would have intervened more with McMahon because Bret Hart was just insulting him like a madman for two minutes straight, but whatever. HBK retorts back, and it is great to see the show end with a promo instead of a match with interference, and a brawl.

I cannot wait for WrestleMania!
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