It's been a while since I did a slideshow, so I figured I give it a shot. I decided not to write last night, as I witness garbage yet again and chose my pillow over the keyboard.
After a day to come around and resist strangling someone, I finally put thoughts into a slideshow. No top five, no countdown, just slides.
What did Ak think of Judgment Day?
Thank you, Jericho, for putting on a stellar match with Mysterio.
Thank you, Matt Hardy, for putting the only smile on my face during Judgment Day.
Thank you, Chavo, for beating up Santino.
Thank you, Jim Ross and Todd Grisham, for praising Benjamin throughout the match at Judgment Day.
Thank you, WWE, for not letting Punk cash in the MITB.
Thank you, Jesse ("best friend"), for not letting me smash your television set.
Thank you, people, who are reading/viewing this slideshow.
Choke slammed through a 7,000-watt spotlight, returned to RAW the next night, and beat Big Show at Judgment Day?
Just click next slide.
I do not know what to think about Orton anymore. My former favorite superstar bores me to death now.
Hugging a ring post? Really?
Priceless running out? Surprise, surprise.
Flair is back? So much for Wrestlemania 24.
Batista? Please leave.
Relax. Don't start fretting. I didn't care that Punk didn't cash in the MITB at Judgment in Chicago. What made me angry was the fact that he lost ... again. First, Kane beat him at Backlash, then Umaga did at Judgment Day.
Are you pushing the guy or not WWE?
They went through the trouble to give this guy the MITB case AGAIN, can he show signs of life? Is there a sense of direction? He did beat Edge twice already since coming to SD, but he has just been floating around.
This thing is out of hand now. I understand WWE wants to give this guy a push, but are you kidding me? His out-of-nowhere push is almost reflecting Cena's upcoming.
Win on Bourne on ECW, R-Truth on SD!, Benjamin on SD!, Haas on SD!, Haas and Benjamin on SD!, Benjamin at Judgment Day ... is there a limit?
It seems like there isn't. Let's push this guy to the moon.
Save the "he's a Benjamin fan, he's hating" nonsense, and put it on the back burner because I enjoy Morrison's work. The bandwagon has gotten out of control, and it's more packed than an uptown four-train full of kids, workers, and fans on their way to the Yankee Stadium station. WWE wants to push stars ... fine. But come on; no one cares. Morrison is getting the push, so what the heck?
The Judgment Day match was definitely one of the better matches on the card falling behind Mysterio vs Jericho. It's clear WWE doesn't give a damn about Benjamin, so just end the feud right here, it wasn't even one in the first place.
Feuds involve competition, feuds go back and forth, feuds aren't some lopsided nonsense. Unless Benjamin is going to do some serious damage to Morrison, I'd wish he get the heck out of the "feud".