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My boy Chris Jericho raised several good factors on his podcast. That is a right time to enjoy performers of yesteryear. Even if they aren’t legends like Hogan or Austin, they are people who sacrificed time with their family and perhaps sacrificed their bodies – possibly even their lives for the business enterprise.
Jericho even defended superstars like Schwarzenegger being in the Hall by directing out they added legitimacy to the business and inspired wrestlers to be personas (even though these are more for promotion grabs). So yeah, show the Hall of Fame a little respect. Charlotte vs. Becky Lynch vs. That is right, people. It is the women’s championship, not the diva’s championship.
It doesn’t look like a Bratz accessory any more. Okay, it appears like they decorated the WWE Championship red, nevertheless, you take your victories where you can! Talking about victories, this match was a triumph. Sasha, Becky and Charlotte are three of the greatest in the carrying on business. Their combined forces designed for a significant women’s match.
First of most, there is a never a boring moment. This match was non-stop from bell to bell. Charlotte hit another moonsault. Becky drawn a suicide dive on Ric Flair. All three women pulled submission moves that created suspense that either girl could earn – and yes it added a little drama with all three women selling bad accidents from these movements. As well as the closing happened then. Charlotte won the match which doesn’t appear to be such a terrible thing on face value.
She is a gifted worker and is an acceptable candidate for the (relatively) new re-branded women’s championship. But there is all this accumulation with Flair cheating for Charlotte. She was becoming this obnoxious heel (but in a mostly great way) and there was so much buzz for the new(ish) Women’s Championship.
Sasha or Becky earning the tournament (my money was over the Boss) would have created that marvelous Wrestlemania moment. I get the essential idea of pushing Charlotte as a dominating “monster”, but Bruce the Shark didn’t need to eliminate Chief Brody to verify its dominance, capiche? Even with the somber finishing, this was a stellar match still. This was potentially the match of the night. And that says something.
We all probably knew this match would be crazy. Shane McMahon hasn’t shied from ludicrous stunts whether it be diving off the stage at Summerslam 2000 or his gruesome match against Kurt Angle at King of the Ring 2001 (still my favorite McMahon match). Being truly a pay per view event has diluted the match a little, but showings between Ambrose and Rollins and last years Lesnar/Taker match showed how crazy these fights can be.
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Plus, being on another event provided the hint that this would be a large deal. Those of us wishing for a spot fest got their wants. For years, it would seam like everything’s been done in these matches and the reservation team might be too cautious to do anything crazy. But there were some crazy bumps – bumps that if we same them ALONE could have made this match memorable.
We noticed Taker spear Shane through the cell wall structure. Taker countered a sleeper by falling on Shane through the announce table (a la Bam Bam Bigelow to Taz in ECW). The Coup De Sophistication was when Shane DOVE OFF THE VERY BEST OF THE crashed and CELL in to the table. The thing that stunk about this match was its ending. Already, I’ve grouced about fits where the incorrect guy proceeded to go over, but the stipulation made this a lose-lose situation.