Mr. Tito July 13, 1999
Welcome back to the one and only Phat Daily Column. Good old Monday Night..gotta love it. The Monday Night Impressions are here and ready to unleash. On to the PDC.|
Note: I messed up. I wasn't aware of the "Loser can't dance" stipulation being thrown out for the Disco vs. Cat match. I'm sorry, I'm only human.
Monday Night Impressions
Well, this week I want to welcome back my Monday Night tag team partner, the Professor Frank McHone. I'm very glad that he's back to help with some opinions and grades on the Monday Night shows. Welcome back Frank, I'm glad you're back.
-Nothing like a good old Macho interview, with Mean Gene no less. Joy. Hogan came out, and accepted Macho's challenge. Has Hogan and Macho ever fought? Ha.
-Konnan vs. Vampiro, the match to see who gets out of the WCW doghouse. Konnan gets the win from a psycho Vampiro disqualifying himself.
-Buff vs. the Cat..that should be for the US title! Damn David Flair.
-Poor Dean, jobbing to two Flairs two nights in a row. Interesting, Sting vs. David Flair for the right to fight Ric for the company. Sting is gonna whip his ass.
-Nice to see Kidman defeat someone much larger than him. Kidman should be cruiserweight champ. Whatever happened to that belt?
-Poor Kenny Chaos, no match for Sid. Nice to see Sid call out Sting.
-The Sting vs. David Flair match was a joke. Why isn't anyone allowed to pin David Flair. He's a loser.
-Wow, could Booker T's singles career be ruined now with the possible reformation of Harlem Heat. It appeared after his match with DDP, where the Triad had to interfere. Good technical match. Like Coolbeans, I think Booker T needs to be used better, and win matches cleanly. Good match though. I only wish it could have ended cleanly. Damn shame.
-Well, my theory goes on. Macho can never beat Hogan. It's sad, and pathetic. Also, this marks yet another interference ridden main event. Happy Happy, Joy Joy. New world champ...I wonder if Hogan will lose to Nash, because Nash said before that he would never JOB to Hogan, again.
Nitro Phat Stats
Matches: 7 <---for 3 hours
Clean Wins: 2
No contests: 1
====$Alright, Hogan as champ. (Trying to be nice, trying to be nice, trying to be nice) Ahem, I'm wondering? Can WCW ever get better? I'll nail them with a
D+for their lack of effort to get some ratings. They had some decent matches, but those decent matches can never be won fairly. Oh joy, lots of musical acts or athletes heading to WCW. Yeah, like that will affect the ratings. Look for WCW to get beat hard on the ratings this week.
RAW is WAR
-Joy, I love how RAW always opens up with some kind of interview. Anyways, I will say that it was cool how they busted Stone Cold open for Vince to sign the contract with his blood.
-Good fight with Gangrel vs. Edge. Looks like this feud is "heating up", as it ended with Gangrel throwing Edge through his entrance.
-I do love how the Undertaker and Kane are reuniting, although I wish Kane would join DX.
-Interesting tag match with the Hardys vs. Godfather/Venis, that unfortunately ended as a DQ. Godfather and Val will be champs one day..I can feel it!
-I loved the six man with former DX vs. DX and the Rock. Great match! I love six man matches for some reason.
-Droz vs. Al Snow was alright, I suppose, but the feud will keep going since Prince Albert really pierced the Heat. Funny stuff. It was better than Al Snow chasing midgets last night!
-That was shocking when Shane hit Stephanie. I was in awe when it happened. Compelling scene there, and good acting as well.
-Good main event, I must say between Stone Cold/Big Show vs. Kane and Undertaker. Clean win too, but poor Kane had to do the JOB. WWF should give Kane more credit.
RAW Phat Stats
Clean wins: 3
No Contests: 2
====$Alright, another solid WWF card, with a strong main event. Good matches as well, with half of the matches with clean fought victories. Not bad. I'll give it an
A-because they actually want to put on a good show.
-With Hogan as champ now, what is going to happen? Well, as I have stated before, Nash has said that he will NEVER job to Hogan again. So what will happen if these two lock up on a Nitro or a Pay Per View. Hogan isn't very willing to job anymore, so why would he feel obligated to lose to Nash? This is so frustrating. Why can't some enforcement in WCW help these two out. There are people with power that should make these two wrestlers work how they want them too. Then you have wrestlers, like poor Macho, that actually do the job. Damn wrestlers in WCW are too headstrong. They wonder why it seems as though they are crumbling..
-Contrary to what many reports, including mine, say about the WWF's must lose weight loss program, it doesn't seem to be as strict as some feel. The WWF really prefers for some wrestlers to lose weight. Admittingly, Blue Meanie is really out of shape, so therefore he's on the program because the WWF feels his weight limits his performance. I agree. As for Mark Henry, the WWF just asked him to lose weight. He's been injured, so he must rest on his bad knee, right? That's lots of downtime to gain some weight. If the WWF was really strict on their weight loss program, then damn Viscera better get his ass on the treadmill in a sweatroom. He's the most out of shape wrestler around, so if the WWF is telling Henry to lose lots of weight quickly, don't you think that Viscera would be told the same? I think so.
-Yes, the recent stuff concerning Steve Blackman is his final chance to get over in the WWF. If his feud with Shamrock doesn't get any attention at all, look for the WWF to cut him. That's a shame, because Blackman has talent. The problem with him is the fact that he is quiet and strict, and he can't really generate heat. Hopefully, his association with the Corporate Ministry will take him somewhere.
Mr. Tito © 1999