Wednesday, May 13, 2009

The Hart Foundation Debuts On E.C.W.

The “new” Hart Foundation finally came together on E.C.W. last night. During a match between Tyson Kidd and Finlay in which Natalya was banned from ringside, David Hart Smith interfered in the match by beating up Finlay.

Smith looked bigger than the last time I saw him, which was in a squash match about a year ago against Umaga. Smith/Kidd most recently held the tag team titles in the W.W.E. developmental league, F.C.W, and were rumored to be brought up to the Smackdown roster for a while, until that idea was scrapped.

Another move that was nixed was having Smith join “Legacy,” however, it appears that Ted DiBiase’s brother Brett will be the newest member of the faction. The table may now also be set for Finlay to team up with another F.C.W. product, Sheamus O'Shaunessy (S.O.S.), against the Harts. S.O.S. has been on the road with the W.W.E. lately working dark matches.

Tommy Dreamer continues to lose, last night he fell to Mark Henry. Dreamer could become the new E.C.W. GM if he decides next month to step down from active competition.

Kozlov is being built up very well right now. The W.W.E. rushed him and paid for it when his matches with Triple H didn’t go over very well. Now they are rebuilding his character and doing a good job of it.

A solid close to the show with Jack Swagger and Christian going back and forth in hyping their match on Sunday at Judgement Day.

Good overall show, currently I think E.C.W. is much better than Raw because there isn’t as much wasted time as we see on Monday Nights.

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