Regularly Beating Up James Ellsworth
Join Date: Dec 2016
Re: The Golden Days of WWECW
Christian should've had Mo as his manager when he came back, because he was a man on a mission. He left in 2005 because he felt slighted, and he came back to "it's...Christian..." on the third brand, so I think he was hell bent on showing how great he was. And in my book, he succeeded. Christian's 2009 was one of the best years I've seen from anybody, and I watched Shawn Michaels and Bret Hart at their peaks.
Another great thing about the show at the time was the commentary. Matt Striker and Todd Grisham had an excellent give and take and were a blast to listen to. It was before Striker got a little too up his own ass, his wit flowed more naturally.
Before Smackdown caught fire in mid-late 2009, ECW was WWE's best show that year.