For heel performances, HHH is just so good at it. He always gets fans to root for the babyface even if it's against Maven who comes out to silence every week. I'm almost at TT05 but wont watch it now because I want it saved for when it's time for the PPV. I have to go with Eugene by default.
Randy Orton vs Rey Mysterio (Smackdown 01-09-2005)
Wow, these two just do it every single time. Almost as much chemistry as Orton has with Benoit. Orton is just so perfect as the dickhead heel. His facial expressions, his trash talking and use of heelish tactics are in great display in here. Another well paced match with Orton dominating with heelish offense. I loved some of the stuff he did such as removing his kneepad for the Jumping Knee Drop on Rey's chest or when he slaps Rey across the head with some funny one-liners. And his smirk when doing that Legend Killer pose.... ha, he's just a natural born heel (even though I root for him every time ). Rey working as the underdog never fails and he builds up momentum much to the crowd's delight towards the end and starts to look like he has this on lock until Bob Orton holds onto his leg when he's about to West Coast Pop, causing a distraction which Orton utilizes to give Rey a BRUTAL lowblow followed by the first ever Super RKO from the top rope! Great match with a great ending. ***3/4
Cool. I've thought about changing my name before but never went through with it. It's such a big decision . Lol. I might go for it this time though to fit in with all you cool people.
I swear to God if Trips goes full blown corporate prick heel within the next few years then to say the least lol. I'd love him to just come out, shoot on everybody and play up all to all his criticisms, then lol and tell everybody to fuck off because he's running shit now. Gold. Please let it happen.
Ok, I really don't know where to put this and I don't see the sense in busting open a new thread just to state something but here it goes.
So I downloaded a bunch of old Wrestling Observer Live shit and hit's really freaking amazing to see how much things haven't changed since then. Meltzer and Alvarez are reviewing Backlash 2001 and here's what Alvarez has to say:
"I didn't have much expectations going in and the PPV didn't do much to change my opinion"
"It just felt like a superstacked RAW"
"I don't think it justifies the price of $29.95"
It's freaking amazing to see how in 2012 this is the same shit these guys say lol.