I sort of associate St Kilda in the 2009-2010 period with The Ultimate Warrior.
Burst onto the scene almost from nowhere. Made a huge splash, got all the publicity, were The Main Attraction for a short time, but never quite made it stick.
Then disappeared suddenly and now everyone thinks...
They're actors putting on a show, and like actors it has little to do with how good they are - it's how well they connect with the paying customer. In this case paying customer means PPV, TV Ratings and Merchandise.
Every smark hates John Cena - but he makes money for his employer.
Koko B Ware.
I think Mario Milano had a few brief turns as heel - but they tended to be set-ups where he would then double-cross his evil partner (but because the partner was evil, Mario was good etc. I'm so confused!). There was also a bit of a running gag that his mama brought...
I've been in and out all my life. Started watching on B&W 'World Championship Wrestling' on Channel 9 with Jack Little and Ted Whitten. When I was smart and worked out it was fake (ie about 11), I was naturally too cool to watch anymore.
I dip in and out - I don't have Foxtel, so it's hard to...
The Undertaker/Lesnar match was extremely poor. Taker looked like he barely belonged out there - slow, weak, looked old, multiple botches - to be honest the ending saved it. And no one liked the ending.
Cena/Wyatt - had promise, but a poor storyline. Some good action, but let down by...
Gee whiz - it's like they put up a sign saying 'Batista and Orton do their thing - get your popcorn and beer now. We'll let you know when Bryan is back on'.
If Bryan loses to these non-entities - well, why not? WWE always love screwing with the smarks.
Ok. My first thought was - 'Next WrestleMania - Taker vs Lesnar'.
But looking at the Undertaker - he's finished. He lost a heap of condition, no muscle mass, looked like a skinny old man.
I guess he said the the Management - 'I'm done - finish me off'. In wrestling, always go out on your back.