I can see the finish now. Right before the match it’s made No DQ and then Leva turns on Avalon to help Cutler win. And as Cutler destroys Avalon with a chair for the win, JR screams:
Investment in a character is also building and benefittingSo, two guys feuding over who's the worst wrestler in the company, the two of them with a combined record of about 0-50. Anyone they beat will be forever buried, and each one is too far down the rabbit hole to have a victory mean anything. Brilliant storytelling with absolutely nobody benefitting in any conceivable way. Also, amazing comedy at play with neither being able to win a match, even amongst themselves. Thank God, this is reduced to Dark.
Hobbs looked good in his squash though.
Darks like their nightmare factory development brand. Or like the young lions in njpw. Trot these guys out to train em on the job.Why the fuck do they keep letting Rache Chanel wrestle on Dark? Did they not see how fucking terrible she was in her first match and how much backlash she got for being so terrible? And surprise surprise she was terrible once again, looking awkward as fuck trying to get her hair out of her face after every move and botching left and right, this stupid bitch is gonna hurt someone in there. And why does she scratch her head after every move she takes? Well not scratching really, almost looks like shes trying make sure her wig stays on or something.
I'm convinced Rache Chanel is some bitch they found on the street with no wrestling experience at all and offered her a chance to wrestle cause they needed a jobber and didn't have one on hand.
Nah most on there look to have least been trained somewhat, Rache Chanel is really the only one who wrestles like shes never had an ounce of training in her life, the other jobbers/unknowns on there at least look somewhat competent and have the basics of pro wrestling learned and can get through a match without botching.Darks like their nightmare factory development brand. Or like the young lions in njpw. Trot these guys out to train em on the job.