Two Triple Threat Matches Proved You Can't Trust Anyone
RAW was exciting and unpredictable Monday Night as was the case at Survivor Series. At the pay-per-view event, the matches were fast and held hair raising anticipation.
One particular match at this great PPV had me as well as all other fans, in total shock. It was the second Triple Threat match with John Cena's belt on the line.
His two opponents were on the outs on Smackdown last week. Chris Jericho and The Big Slow, teamed against the Brothers Of Destruction, Kane and Undertaker
The match got to the point where the ref couldn't keep control of the event. All four athletes were in the ring at the same time and out of nowhere, Jericho gave his own partner a codebreaker.
That was unexpected somewhat. Some fans were expecting something to happen, and they know how Jericho thinks and what he thinks.
Big Slow gave his partner a taste of his own medicine when they were in a Triple Threat match at Survivor Series when he choke slammed his other half.
On RAW guest host and Governor, also former WWE champion, Jesse "the body" Ventura set up a hefty match at the next pay-per-view event, TLC featuring DX vs Jericho and Big Slow.
Now here is my question, will they be able to co-exist this time? Do they trust each other enough to do what they need to do to get the job done?
There is a very good chance that DX will walk away with the Unified Tag Team belts. Then again at Survivor Series during their Triple Threat match, Shawn Micheals gave his partner , Triple H some sweet shin music before a punch was thrown.
That move came out of nowhere. Even John Cena had a shocked look on his face. I know I was. Didn't expect that one at all, at least not that early in the match.
So who knows for sure what these two teams may be up to at TLC. In my opinion, just because they are fighting for the tag team championship belt doesn't mean squat.
There is still a chance someone will turn on their partner. There is always that chance.
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