Re: Raw 10/01/2012 Discussion: Will AJ's parents please take her home?
-Nice tag team match between Rey Cara/Primo and Epico. Didn't feel too slow and was at a good pace.
-Antonio Cesaro making Brodus look like a joke. About time. Impressive strength too. Brodus didn't have a full entrance either which might've been a sign that he was jobbing.
-The Miz defeating Zack Ryder. He needed it after losing to Ryback last week.
-Ryback beating Tensai again. When you beat Cena and Punk and then job to Ryback, you know you fell down hard.
-I like the random pairing of Heat Slater, Drew McIntrye and Jinder Mahal. It's random but at least it gives them something to do. There was not much reaction from them but that's because they're basically jobbers.
-Good long match with Sheamus and Damien Sandow. Two of Triple H's best buddies right now.
-Good promo with CM Punk and JR. Liked that Punk was making remarks about Stone Cold Steve Austin. Would love to see Austin return someday to face him.
-I liked Ricardo Rodriguez on commentary during the ADR/Kingston match. The match was not bad either.
-I loved seeing AJ referee the main event. Those legs and that body. Got me mesmerized.
-Seeing Big Show in the main event picture again. Don't care about his feud with Sheamus. Booker T seemed kinda off in this segment or was I just seeing things?
-Beth Phoenix had a hard fought win over Natalya at last week's Smackdown but to see her lose to Eve was sad. The match was okay though.
-Hated seeing Sheamus Brogue Kick both Cody and Sandow. It was too fake. It's like seeing Santino nail "The Cobra" on two guys at the same time. I'm not buying it. Why can't Orton use the Punt kick anymore? Talk about inconsistency here.
-I don't like the name "Team Hell No." I wanted "Team Friendship" so I can make Mortal Kombat jokes but no I can't! Sucked that Punk took the pinfall loss but it made sense since he ditched Ziggler a few weeks back. No Cena on the show and the show overall was okay only.
Chrono's Current Fave 5:
1. CM Punk
2. Dolph Ziggler
3. Cody Rhodes
4. Alberto Del Rio
5. Damien Sandow
Next in line: Antonio Cesaro