Re: Official DVD/Match/Show Discussion Thread
Yeah, it felt more like an old school brawl and not your typical contrived spotfest that we've come to love/hate when it comes to TLC matches. Everything about it exceeded my expectations, and I honestly haven't been that glued to a match in a long time. It's hard to explain, but everything about it - the hot crowd, the mystique of debuting trio nobody really knows much about (kayfabe-wise), the relentless chaos, spots we haven't really seen before (BLACKOUT ONTO A FUCKING CHAIR), etc. - made it really enjoyable. Like Starbuck said, I like that they don't wrestle all the time. Really makes me want to see them in action again. For once the WWE is actually handling a young group of talent really well. Hopefully they don't blow it.
edit that's a given, WOOLCOCK.
Last edited by The Lady Killer; 01-07-2013 at 05:17 PM.