Tuesday, September 12, 2006

RAW (Sept. 11, 2006)

Having been bored with what has happened on RAW (not to mention it was past my bedtime), I left the show to tape overnight and had just finished watching the rest of it. Final thoughts is that for a show building towards a PPV, it was rather lackluster and from a purely entertainment standpoint, I maintain my earlier "dry paint" statement. Ironic that they'd use that as a joke when it says so much about the show right now. But like I said, the PPV is shaping up to be a fairly decent card.

High Points: A bunch of Scots slapping the crap out of each other never seems to get old. Also, Jeff Hardy, no longer content with covering himself with paint, now has to cover other people with paint. Still doesn't make it any more fun but it's cute. Only decent match was the Trish/Mickie match...

Low Points: The main event sucked. Let's not kid ourselves here: there's nothing historical about McMahon wrestling in MSG since it's not THAT big a deal. Certainly, Hunter tried to get something watchable out of Vince, but it ain't happening.

Other than that, not much happened on the show that stood out. There were a couple decent matches buried within a couple crappy matches, but nothing that stands and says memorable. So if you missed the show, you didn't miss much.

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