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10-18-2013, 09:57 PM #1
JR Blogs: WWE Tag Team Champs, Heyman/Punk, Shane McMahon, Where Hogan Should End Up
WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross published a new blog entry on JrsBarBq.com. Here are some highlights:
Cody Rhodes & Goldust vs. The Shield: The last two segments of RAW were specifically good as the Rhodes boys won the tag titles from the Shield thanks to the Big Show's holiday ham sized right hand. Arguably not the greatest method for the Rhodes family to win but, the bottom line, the grandsons of a plumber became WWE Tag Champions in a division that until recently hasn't had much cache.
Punk/Heyman program: The added HIAC stipulation added some much needed sauce to the Punk-Heyman issue that was beginning to wane. Perhaps it's merely a trend or the way things are these days in the genre but long term programs/issues are challenging to keep hot in today's landscape without small, additions being included somewhat regularly.
Meeting Shane McMahon in New York City this past week: Great hooking up with Shane McMahon for a few minutes while I was between meetings Tuesday in NYC. Shane looks great and honestly has seemingly never been in better shape. He's head of a company in China working in the cable/satellite TV world and affiliated projects so he is staying busy notwithstanding having a lovely wife and three healthy, strapping sons.
Where Hulk Hogan should end up: I have no dog in the hunt and nor do I know any insider "dirt" but for my two cents Hulk Hogan would be better off re-signing with WWE in a limited role that would put him back in the global, WWE mix and add a jolt to his career which never hurts anyone than re-signing with TNA. Even though Hogan says he has "one more match left in him" that fact, if true, is irrelevant to my way of thinking. Hogan's opportunity to do PR work, appear occasionally at live events and on a timely basis on TV and to have his likeness on more, sellable products is logical to me. If it is the dollars holding this matter up as in a bigger guarantee now and not willing to wait on the WWE business model to generate more, new Hogan bucks, then the deal may be simply and only about the immediate cash which isn't a sin either.