WWE plot's a piss off
By the time that you read this, WWE's Unforgiven PPV will have already taken place. Unless I have a bunch of people wanting to get this for $5 a pop, I have doubts that I'm going to watch this. Their roster isn't that strong right now and many of these matches, we've already seen before. They blew the last couple of PPVs and I have no idea how this one is going to be interesting. Here's the rundown (as of right now) and my brief predictions.
Orton Vs. Cena — C'mon...it's Cena. If it's not, I'll piss myself because the WWE has thrown everything at this guy and it's almost turning into a Hogan run. No matter what happens up to a PPV, Cena will walk out on top.
Triple H vs. Carlito — HHH gets out of an “only no DQ for Carlito” match at the end.
The Undertaker vs. Mark Henry - You're an idiot if you think the Dead Man isn't going to win.
The (Crappy) Khali vs. Mysterio vs. Batista - The slow-ass wins again and Batista is jobbed in yet another championship match.
Candice Michelle vs. Beth Phoenix - The Glamazon takes this. If not, WWE is definitely on crack.
Paul London and Brian Kendrick vs. Lance Cade and Trevor Murdoch - I think the kids will take it away from the hillbillies.
Deuce and Domino vs. Hardy and MVP - Hopefully D&D will take this and end this stupid title run by MVP and Hardy and let them get back to some excellent singles matches.
In other news, TNA made some waves with their last PPV. Black Machismo won the X-Division belt from Angle and Team Pacman (shakes head at the name and the decision) won the tag belts from Angle and Sting. How does that make Sting and Angle look? Jobbing to a worthless ex-football player? Ugh. That's almost WWE writing there.
Abyss got screwed out of the title yet again, but you knew that was coming because of James Mitchell's newest acquisition getting ready to feud (and hopefully have some killer, bloody matches) with Abyss.
If you're a TNA fan, you already know this news, but for those of you who are casual TNA watchers, Impact is going to be getting a two-hour timeslot starting October 4th on Spike (at 9pm). I think this news is simply amazing because now instead of rushing through the show to tell their stories, the writers will finally have the chance to build up storylines, showcase the mid-carders and X-Division more and let the veterans have the long, quality matches that are lacking right now on Raw. Thoughts on this one, people?
Just after finishing writing this, it was announced on WWE.com that they have let The Sandman go. He is so over with the crowd, what are they thinking? I hope it was his request.