Best match on the show was the ladder match, tainted as it was by a cheap, stale finish. One of these days, Storm's going to break that bottle and send someone to the hospital legit, and that could get him in deeper trouble.
The end-of-show brawl was classic. They're basically saying, we can copy what WWE's doing (Nexus vs. Raw), thinking they've got the better talent. Well, they're only partly right. For now. I've a feeling, though, that they could pull a bait & switch and have Team ECW turn on RVD at Hard Justice, because they could still be the "they" that Abyss talks about, even though they attacked him tonight.
So Abyss named his "girlfriend", Janice. Somewhere, Perry Saturn is asking for royalty rights, because he was the last guy to have an inanimate girlfriend (Moppy).
I see the Beautiful People splintering into two teams. The biker chick is supposedly a returning Tara, who was "retired" by Madison Brat-rayne a while back. Like, they couldn't have her wear a mask instead of the helmet?
Like, Tara would look sexy masked AND in leather.
Kevin Nash, do us a favor and retire. Preferably yesterday.
Ric Flair, stop calling yourself God. That's blasphemy that you learned from JBL. And look what it did for his career at the end.
Lethal vs. Hardy deserved more time. Period.
So Mick Foley's back. And he has his favorite punching bag, Al Snow, in the thick of things. Do they really need Paul Heyman, with Foley, Raven, & Dreamer in the fold? Not really.
They can still get rid of Vince Russo, and let Foley, Raven, & Dreamer write the show. In this case, 3 heads are better than one.
The BP's might want to look for their dumb blonde pills. I think Russo overdosed on them before the show.