Chavo vs. Hornswoggle: When Enough Is Enough

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Chavo vs. Hornswoggle: When Enough Is Enough
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For those of you who may have missed the latest installment of the ongoing Chavo vs. Hornswoggle matches, I shall give you a basic rundown of what happened.

In honor of the guest host for RAW, Floyd Mayweather Jr., Chavo and Hornswaggle had a boxing match. However, prior to the match, the ref decided the normal-sized gloves Chavo had were not proper for the fight.

He then proceeded to exit the ring, only to return with enormous sized gloves. And as usual, Chavo was at a disadvantage.

Chavo then removed the gloves and slammed Hornswoggle to the mat. Chavo was looking to inflict more pain on Hornswoggle when Evan Bourne interferred.

Now, I don't mind watching a gimmick match every now and then, but when it seems that every week they are trying to come up with new ways of putting Chavo at a disadvantage, it is getting pretty redundant.

The only vengence Chavo has gotten is when he got Legacy to fight Hornswoggle and Mark Henry.

But I have to ask: When is it too much? Every week they place different stipulations on Chavo. Whether it's having one arm tied behind his back, being blindfolded, or wrestling on his knees, they always want to give Hornswaggle an "even" field.

But I see that this whole feud between them is really wearing thin. I understand the concept of it: little, good Hornswoggle always bests the big, mean Chavo...but how many times can they do it before it becomes annoying?

I like Hornswoggle, but he was a whole lot better when he was with Finlay. I think that perhaps introducing Evan Bourne into the feud may liven things up, but I still think they need a new approach.

Let me end my opinion article by saying that I know that it would be an unfair fight between Chavo and Hornswaggle if there was no restriction placed on Chavo, but doing it week after week after week makes it annoying. Perhaps if it was every other week or once a month, then it wouldn't be so...tiring.

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