When WWE goes for it properly with a nostalgia show like they did last night it’s always a great watch. Quite often they invoke nostalgia without really making the effort, especially on weekly tv but last night was very good.
Side note - WWE hasn’t had a PPV since Survivor Series in November and I think the break has allowed better tv and a better build to the Rumble as well. The December/January PPV has always been a bit filler. I reckon they should keep this schedule.
For those that don’t have the context, some TV exec was really against having the Briscoes on TV because of some past homophobic comments he made a decade ago. Jay apologized many times since then and people have vouched for him being supportive of the LGBT community ever since he made the comments but it didn’t make a difference.
Anyway, sucks his death had to come for the Briscoes to be acknowledged.
That could be fun but they’ve kinda done that schtick with KO, didn’t they?
Steve has finite number of bumps he can take if he were to continue his comeback.
He seems to have been working out a lot the past year trying to get in shape as well. You As much as I would like it, you have to cash in now and go big.
I mean obviously having spent so much of his career outside of WWE is damaging for him, especially when his achievements were pretty negligible compared to other North Americans who’ve come in from outside like Styles or even Samoa Joe when he was there.
I’m sure he’ll make a decent upper midcarder and he needs the spotlight that comes with a featured feud with a hall of famer.