This past week in the WWE, we saw Don Johnson be in the corner of DX and Hornswoggle when they faced the Miz-Show (the Miz and the Big Show), and Napoleon Dynamite, er, I mean Jon Heder.
To be dead honest with you guys, I am starting to get tired of seeing DX in the main event of Raw every week. The reason why I am is because they keep getting victories after victories that I feel that they don’t need. They are already over. They are the unified tag team champions. I guess this week they needed something to do when Jericho is finally off of Raw and they cannot make him look like a fool any longer. Thank you WWE Creative. As a huge Jericho fan, I’m tired of seeing Jericho lose every week to DX in a “if Jericho looses again this week, he’s off Raw for good” for the who-knows-the-number-of-times-they-did-that-crap!
At the end of Raw, Triple H, Shawn Michaels, John Cena, and the Big Show all stated that they are entering into the Rumble match itself. This year, I hope Triple H and John Cena get entered into the Rumble early on and get eliminated early on as well. After each passing week, my hatred towards both men strengthen, for Triple H has a lot of political power for being the bosses son-in-law and Cena is the company’s boy, they will never put him down. I find that to be a lot of totally bull crap.
And over on SmackDown, Rey Mysterio and the Undertaker had a face-to-face meeting. It ended with Batista attacking Mysterio. Big deal.
I don’t know, I really feel like nothing to special news wise came from the WWE this week, which is unusual, especially with the Royal Rumble is just around the corner in six days. But we’ll see, I guess. But for now, this is Eric Darsie from Minnesota, taking a break from doing the homework, goodbye!
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