Tuesday, October 02, 2007


UPDATED 4:52 p.m. W.W.E. Champ John Cena tore his right pectoral muscle during his match last night against Mr. Kennedy in which he was victorious. Cena is scheduled to have surgery and will be out 6-8 months. Therefore, his bout with Randy Orton this Sunday at No Mercy has been called off. The W.W.E. has promised that a contest for the W.W.E. belt will take place at the pay-per-view and a new champion will be crowned.

The saga continues...Now it seems as though everyone is completely thrown off! Some folks now think after seeing the second video last night on Monday Night Raw, that this one could be hyping the return of "The Showstopper" Shawn Michaels, or perhaps Michaels and Chris"Y2J"Jericho will be forming a new "faction" that would be bigger than the old N.W.O.

Wrestling and football announcer extraordinaire Jim Ross also confused some of us by writing on his blog, that if Chris Jericho does come back, he would be headed for Smackdown, not Raw. This makes sense and it doesn't. W.W.E. Champ John Cena was the one that beat Y2J in a 2005 match where the stipulation was the loser would have to leave Raw. So wouldn't it make more sense for Jericho to come back to "avenge" his loss against Cena. On the other hand if Jericho went to Smackdown, he could take that brand's version of the World Championship, and Vince McMahon would have two "faces" of the company that would not draw any suspicion in light of everything that has gone on in the last six months.

I saw Cena and Jericho on Larry King shortly after the Benoit tragedy and both came off as being well-spoken and don't appear to be steroid fueled monsters. King, showed that he did some research, because he even referenced that Cena had beaten Jericho to force him into "retirement." All three seemed to have a good laugh about it. I'm not a huge fan of Larry King, but he sure does beat Miss Poutyface, Nancy Grace.

To sum up, the above video is pretty weird, but the W.W.E. creative team has got something good going.

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