The 619 is horrible when it comes to this
You just answered your own question....I have decided to call my thread for "Ring Positions", because I don't get it. Why do so many have to correct themselfes from where they are laying in order to be in the right place for the opponent to perform the next move? Just take this weeks Impact! wrestling (Thursday 27th of September) where Austin Aries performed the Brain Buster on Bobby Roode. When Roode was laying on the mat, he lifted his head/neck and positioned himself so he was more in line with the corner, so Jeff Hardy could do the Swanton Bomb on him. Why did Roode has to correct himself and his position so obiviously?? I just don't get it.
Of course, it was just bullshit by Tara. She was happy to beat ODB with the help of her fake injury trick and forgot to sell her knee for a short moment. When she realized this, she immediately went back to "injured mode" to let herself be helped backstage by Taryn Terrell (the female ref).It just came to my mind Tara did the same thing, sort of. I mean, she was supposed to have an injured knee, and then after her victory she jumps around one spin nothing wrong with the knee. But the female referee (I can't remember her name) still helps Tara as if the knee really was injured. I just don't get it. Does Tara have an injured knee or not? I mean, she got help from the referee after the match going backstage.
Fixed.The 619 is horrible.