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Old 12-28-2012, 12:48 PM   #12771 (permalink)
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Trish and Lita were that good.
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Does anyone have a video of Lita getting beat down with a chair by the Power Trip?
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I loved Lita so much. Such a shame what happened to her. If only the fans could know how big of a fuckwit Matt Hardy is then maybe they would understand that her leaving him was the best decision of her life.
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Lita was. Trish wasn't. She sucked for the majority of her career. She had a great presence though.

And Sarah Stock is the bees knees.
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Lita's suicide dive is one of those "OMFG OUCH" moments that's actually pretty fucking hard to watch at times

Sarah Stock is also extremely friendly and TALKATIVE.... I bought an independent DVD that she had for sale showcasing her time in Mexico, and found that it was one of the best displays I've ever seen from Women's Wrestling. She ROCKED as Dark Angel in CMLL
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Trish improved big time as she got more experience. I wasn't and still am not a huge women wrestling fan, but those two were good. Have to give credit where it is due.
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Lita's suicide dive is one of those "OMFG OUCH" moments that's actually pretty fucking hard to watch at times

Sarah Stock is also extremely friendly and TALKATIVE.... I bought an independent DVD that she had for sale showcasing her time in Mexico, and found that it was one of the best displays I've ever seen from Women's Wrestling. She ROCKED as Dark Angel in CMLL
She's great. Matches vs Cheerleader Melissa/Alissa Flash in both SHIMMER & TNA own. They got amazing chemistry. 19 minutes or 5. It didn't matter. Always worth seeing.

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Trish improved big time as she got more experience. I wasn't and still am not a huge women wrestling fan, but those two were good. Have to give credit where it is due.
Meh, nothing too overly special. By the time she was "seasoned" she still wasn't that great. Knew how to work matches better. Certainly was head and shoulders among a lot of the "talent" - boy, do I ever use that term loosely - although there wasn't much she did that warranted her as impressive. Match vs Mickie at WrestleMania is the good one. Everything else is either nothing special, crowd made the match, or was bad.
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Were Lita and Trish actually THAT GOOD in the ring compared to all of the other female wrestlers, or did we just completely fuck up and forget what good women's wrestling is due to how the nature and place of women in the WWE has changed (IT SUCKS). I've seen some phenomenal talents on the independent scene both live and on tape who are actually great performers with good looks on the side.
They actually weren't, at least to me. A lot of their matches were full of botches too but I think people just tend to forget that.

Back in the days I always thought Jazz was much better than both of them. I enjoy a lot of women more than them in the ring Cheerleader Melissa, Hamada, Madison Eagles, Awesome Kong,Mickie James, Kellie Skater, Gail Kim(not WWE Gail) etc.

They did have a good feud though and so did Mickie and Trish. However I always thought both of them specifically Trish(as far as in ring is concerned) were overhyped.
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THE YEAR OF 2005

RAW:

This brand got off to a great start with entertaining shows throughout January and a very good road to the Royal Rumble. Raw continued to be very good throughout the first half with an excellent Road to Wrestlemania where every match got some build with the main highlight being Batista's face turn and eventually his Wrestlemania victory that put him over the top. On the other side of things, Muhammad Hassan was on a roll with good booking that didn't make him weak and lots of microphone time where he got shitload of heel heat that made his future look bright. But things took a bit of a turn in the summer with the huge draft when champions got switched and John Cena became the top guy of the brand as well as the loss of some great key players on Raw such as Chris Benoit and Randy Orton. Even though Christian was terribly treated with a draft that put him in a directionless state until his split, the summer was good enough with excellent build-ups for Cena/Jericho's feud as well as Shawn Michaels bringing out his old dickhead self and carrying his feud with Hogan like a champ. Not to forget the real-life based feud between Edge and Matt Hardy. Triple H also took a break so that he would be... missed after hogging the main event spotlight for years. Sadly, things started to fall off after the Homecoming episode for a bit. While I enjoyed Ric Flair and HHH's feud as well as the brand vs brand feud with the constant run-ins making it look heated, Cena started to become more unbearable with superman booking where heels are unable to buy a credible victory if their lives depended on it. It was also coming with an extremely forced "evil boss" angle where Eric Bischoff would constantly try to screw John Cena but failed time after time after time. Even in handicap matches, Cena would still easily win by pinning the guy he's not in a feud with. I can understand all the heat he started to get after this considering that he became the odds rather than the underdog as a babyface is supposed to be. Too dominant booking led to some sort of downfall for him with the crowd as more and more fans started booing him, earliest being SummerSlam and later catching on regularly in every arena by November. To make matters worse, WWE's attempt at getting the heat off him was going to any lengths to make Kurt Angle hated from using Daivari as his sidekick to insulting the US Army to demanding the crowd to be censored and anything else you can think of in terms of cheap heat. The sad part of it is that the crowd STILL didn't give up and continued booing Cena and cheering Angle. But that's not the only fault of this year as I found the terrible bookings of Shelton Benjamin and Carlito disgusting. The former went from one of the most over faces who was a future World Champion to a jobber just after losing his Intercontinental Championship. Carlito went the exact same route after jobbing to Ric Flair twice and losing to Mick Foley on PPV for no good reason. But another part of the brand that suffered was the tag team division. For no good reason, La Resistance were split up by the draft and from then on, the tag division became more and more dead as The Hurricane and Rosey were holding the titles but only jobbed and rarely appeared on Raw. This is no big deal to me as I'm not a massive tag team mark but it's still something to hold against them since it's possible to say the tag division's downfall started some time around here. I also couldn't stand the Diva Search this year but I skipped the segments (no Michelle McCool or Maria this year) so it didn't bother me like in 2004 where it looked like they ate up too much TV time. On the good side for the women, Mickie James was introduced and slowly, her "psycho" angle with Trish Stratus is started. A good year for Raw but as usual, it wasn't without its negatives. On a positive note, at least we didn't have Benoit being Eugene's sidekick! Before I move on, I'll also bring up Chris Masters, who many had a problem with at the time but I personally didn't mind him and his push. Plus he improved by the end of the year compared to when he debuted. What I did have a problem with, however, is Viscera's little "push" when he had that stupid angle with Lillian Garcia. That shit took too much TV time only for any pay-off concluding in a segment at Vengeance where Vis would just walk off with The Godfather's hoes and leave Lillian behind. In the words of Randy Orton, "STUPID!".

Overall Rating: ★★★½ out of ★★★★★

SMACKDOWN:

Smackdown had a terrible 2004 but it bounced back early on with a far better 2005. Plants were seeded early on for Eddie Guerrero's heel turn later, John Cena slowly made his way to the main event and JBL's clusterfuck feud with Big Show and Kurt Angle was so messy that it was entertaining and after a slow second month, things started to get a little better on the Road to Wrestlemania. Nothing compared to how good Raw was but it was enjoyable and Cena/JBL were on some entertaining segments together. From then on, Eddie's heel turn happened shortly after Wrestlemania while the main event scene looked like it was coasting until the draft. Still not much of a problem but despite the fact that it looked like Smackdown got ripped off, the draft refreshed the scene big time. US Championship has prestige brought back to it with Chris Benoit entering the scene (and removing the worthless Orlando Jordan) and Randy Orton's feud with Undertaker was officially underway. Eddie and Rey Mysterio had a good feud at first but it started to get unbearable with all the stupid "secret" stuff and the involvement of Dominick. Christian was brought over but terribly misused with absolutely no direction and in the end, he decided to call it quits and went to TNA instead. And then there's Muhammad Hassan who was doing great in a feud with Undertaker and eventually a World Title feud with Batista but unfortunately, they introduced some stupid terrorist side to him with those masked men and it happened at the worst possible time on the same day as the London bombings. As result, Muhammad's character was written off and he decided to leave since they had no idea on how to repackage him. The main event during the time was also terrible with the dreadful Batista/JBL feud that resulted in one of the most boring matches ever at The Great American Bash and a couple of other average at best matches. While the Ortons and Undertaker set the world on fire with their awesome feud, Eddie was introduced back to the main event after finally beating Rey inside a steel cage and Benoit was doing good squashing Orlando every week before Booker T came to the scene to bring back some interest to the midcard. And even not when in a feud, there were some entertaining matches throughout the second half that are worth a watch. So other than Muhammad Hassan and Christian's terrible endings this year as well as the boring JBL/Batista feud, Smackdown's second half was far better than Raw. Other stuff worth mentioning is MNM bringing some life into the tag division as well as the Mexicools with the cruiserweight division. But unfortunately for the cruisers, a lot of their work was stuck in Velocity and therefore, may have gone missing for a lot of fans. The biggest negative of 2005 affected Smackdown, though. That is Eddie Guerrero's death which the business has not quite recovered from to this day. Just when he was heading towards more interesting feuds, he had to leave this world and it remains the biggest problem with 2005. Such a great year but ends on a sour note with this huge loss.

Overall Rating: ★★★½ out of ★★★★★

Feud of the Year: The Undertaker vs Randy Orton
Worst Feud: JBL vs Batista
Best Event: Raw (14th March)
Worst Event: Eddie Guerrero's death
Best Face Turn: Batista
Best Heel Turn: Tie between Eddie Guerrero, Randy Orton and Shawn Michaels
Best Pay Per View: Vengeance
Best Match: Batista vs Triple H (Hell in a Cell)
Best Utilized Talent: Randy Orton
Most Misused Talent: Shelton Benjamin and Christian

Ranking Pay Per Views:
1. Vengeance
2. Survivor Series
3. Wrestlemania 21
4. One Night Stand
5. Royal Rumble
6. SummerSlam
7. No Mercy
8. Backlash
9. Judgment Day
10. Unforgiven
11. Armageddon
12. Taboo Tuesday
13. No Way Out
14. New Year's Revolution
15. The Great American Bash

FINAL YEAR RATING: ★★★¾ out of ★★★★★
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I just wish one of TNA/WWE signed all of the best Women's talent and then we could have an amazing division on our hands in either promotion. Instead, we have two very medicore, boring and irrelevant divisions. Think about a division featuring...

Mickie James
Tara/Victoria
Eve Torres
Natalya
Gail Kim
AJ
ODB
Kaitlyn
Paige

That's a division to care about, tbh.

Edit: That's without even delving in to the independent scene or rehiring former divas - McCool (she retired I believe), Melina, Kharma etc.
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