Tuesday, May 24, 2011

WWEpic Fail

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By Kevin Hunsperger

One of my favorite things about Raw and SmackDown! over the last few weeks has been the development of Kharma.  For those living under a rock, she was once the Knock Outs champion "Awesome Kong" in TNA.

For weeks now, she has come out to the ring and interrupted divas matches.  Each time she's flattened one of the women in the ring.  The last couple of times, they've teased some kind of relationship with Kelly Kelly.

My curiosity was piqued when Kharma did not make an appearance Sunday night at Over the Limit.  However, I was glad to see her arrival Monday on Raw.  But what I don't understand is why the breakdown in the ring?  She's yet to have a match on TV and the character has already suffered some damage.   Remember, this is my opinion, if you disagree please leave a comment.

Of course, we don't know what's going to happen next with the angle.  There's no telling what the meaning of the "breakdown" was.  Maybe the writers have a grand plan.  It just appears that they had a lot of potential with a monster Diva in the company, but now they've teamed the beast.  This seems to happen with all the monster type characters the WWE has had in the past:  Vladamir Koslov, Great Khali, Kane, Big Show, Mark Henry.  You get the picture.

I guess truly only time will tell with Kharma, but I would have rather seen her menacing character continue.  Share your thoughts here or "like" us on Facebook and let us know what you think.  I'd appreciate it if you'd subscribe on YouTube as well.


  1. I wonder if this was the new soap opera writer's idea. There is a time and a place for melodrama but this isn't it. Not when you're in the middle of building a monster character.

    Remember when Goldust put a wig on Bill Goldberg and killed his mystique? It's like that, only less funny.

  2. It's a way to write her off temporarily, as Kia Stevens is pregnant.