Re: WWE: A Strong Response
Hey man, sorry I didn't put up my Review sooner, but I was just too tired, or didn't have time to write it. But now, I both have time and I'm not tired. So here it is:Raw Review:
So, Evolution is back together. But again, Batista doesn't seem too happy, as he walks in the back of Trips and Ric Flair. And Triple H wants a part of the Corporation, but as we saw at WWE.com the Corporation is banned from Raw, but I guess that Triple H doesn't know about that and the Bisch is going to tell him that. Trips doesn't look too happy, but the Corporation is at the arena! They're introducing their newest member, Vladimir Kozlov, but Eric isn't going just to let that go. He sets a
match for later tonight, Vladimir vs. Triple H. I guess that Triple H is going to win this one, unless you're trying to build Kozlov up as an unstoppable monster, only then to lose to Triple H, or to some member of Evolution.
Jeff Hardy vs. Lance Cade:
Hey, Jeff Hardy's back. I haven't seen him in this BTB since... well, a long time ago. Of course, this is a glorified squash match, with Jeff getting the win, after getting hit once, showing off his skills. Nothing else to say here, since it wasn't a five star match, but it served its purpose, putting Jeff Hardy over.
Kelly Kelly/Cody Rhodes Segment:
After seeing this segment, I realized that this whole thing isn't Cody's fault. I mean really, he's just trying to hold on to his girlfriend, a little more than usual, because he thinks that Kofi is trying to get her, which he probably is. And now, Kelly broke up with Cody, and who's going to be there to comfort her? Oh yeah, the good guy, Kofi Kingston, then, before you know it, they're a couple, bashing Cody regularly and BANG! Cody's the bad guy. PS:Yes, I know what kayfabe is, but it helps me write if I think of it as real.
Jeff Hardy/Eric Bischoff Segment:
So, Jeff looked impressing, and he has a place in the Quest to be Champion tournament, but it's not against a jobber, like Lance Cade, it's against freakin' JBL. Jeff is doomed, and the Corporation isn't even banned from ringside, I don't see how Jeff can win this thing.
Finlay and Jimmy Wang Yang vs. Ted DiBiase and Santino Marella:
I don't know what to say about this, since i generally suck at reviewing matches, and I didn't really follow the Finlay vs. Santino feud, but I'm gonna talk about the finish of the match. It was dirty, with rolling up Wang Yang, with his feet on the ropes, typical cowardly heel behavior. And Ted and Santino are pleased with themselves, but Finlay isn't as pleased, and he can't wait to get his hands on either of them.
Mr. McMahon Interview:
So, it's really tough to get an interview with the Corporation, but Mr. McMahon doesn't have a problem with it, and he even gets her to eat and drink, I wonder why. But about the serious business, Vince repeats everything he said in the opening promo and by the looks of it, Trips should really be scared.
Kelly Kelly vs. Natalya Neidhart:
I wasn't really reading the match, I was just looking for Cody interference. And he eventually does interfere and beats Kofi up, and of course, this proves to be a distraction to Kelly, and she loses the match. Cody tries to help her up, but she'll have none of it. She slaps him, and in return he DDT's her. At first, I wondered why didn't Cody just do his finisher on her, but then I remembered, the DDT is his finisher. I agree, what Cody did was wrong, but in his defense, Kelly provoked him, by her slap, and Cody just lost his temper.
William Regal/Randy Orton Segment:
So William isn't pleased with the way Eric is handling Raw at the moment, and Regal might even try to take over Eric's position, but I don't see how he may do it. And Randy's pissed of, and rightfully so, I mean, Mr. Kennedy isn't there, and Randy doesn't have anyone to take his anger out on. And William seems to be happy with Randy threatening Bischoff. Could Regal be turning heel? I guess so.
Reid Flair is in Evolution's locker room, and gets encouraged by his father, and the Game wants to talk with Batista. I guess that this is about the rumors the Corporation is spreading. But Batista clearly dismisses them and is even slightly pissed off. I don't see why would Batista be pissed off, is it because Triple H even thought to believe those rumors, or is it because he really is going to turn on Evolution.
Paul London and Brian Kendrick vs. John Morrison and the Miz:
So Paul and Brian are still together, yes? Even after Brian's outburst last week. As I've guessed Morrison and the Miz get the win and Brian seems even more pissed off than last week. I guess that this is over now, with Kendrick using physical violence.
The Miz and John Morrison Interview:
Am I watching a rerun of last week's show, because it certainly looks like it, sorry but isn't this what exactly happened last week? John Morrison and the Miz win the match, after that London and Brian have an argument and then they have an interview with Todd Grisham. The interview itself wasn't that bad, as it was exactly what John Morrison and the Miz would say IRL.
Reid Flair vs. "The Natural" Nic Nemeth:
I'm not a huge fan of FCW, not in your thread, not in real life. And that's mostly because I don't know half the wrestlers that are in FCW. Anyway, this match was a short one, and as it seems that Nic is a heel and Reid is a face. Reid gets the win, and even though I'm not reading FCW, it was easy to predict, I mean c'mon, the son of Ric Flair, on Raw, it was obvious.
The Colons/Cryme Tyme/Kane Segment:
The Colons are trying to give Cryme Tyme a taste of their own medicine, and are selling their stuff to the crowd, but as soon as Cryme Tyme get out and things start to heat up, Kane gets up, what the fuck is he doing here? Yeah, he had a match with Cryme Tyme last week, but so what? He won it, and is the champion going to feud with Cryme Tyme now, and serve as an enforcer to the Colons? I dunno, it doesn't seem too Kane, I mean Kane would attack both teams. Too random for my liking.
Rey Mysterio vs Kenny Dykstra:
I know that Rey and Kenny are feuding and it was only right to meet in the First Round of the tournament, and of course, Rey, the face, wins the match and advances in the tournament, but his happiness doesn't last long as he gets beat up by Dykstra after the match.
Kane and Paul Bearer Interview:
This is vintage Paul Bearer and it's a shame you don't get to write him more as this is just perfect, creepy and evil. And finishing with the "oh yesss" was just awesome.
Triple H vs. Vladimir Kozlov:
This was a good way to get Vladimir out of the match, as he is just horrible. And Evolution is using some heel tactics, but they work and they leave Vince, Shane and Vladimir laying, motionless and I like it. I like Evolution when they're like this; sadistic and calculative.
Overall:I don't know, I really liked your show, better than your other shows that I've been reviewing, and I really think that you've stepped up your game now, and I think that we should expect some more shows of this caliber, my grade for this show is: 9.5/10
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