|Heath Slater finishes off Doink the Clown|
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I have to admit, Heath Slater has grown on me in recent weeks. I wasn't a real big fan of his during NXT, although I wasn't completely against him. Then when the Nexus angle was born and died and morphed into the Corre, I put Heath among my least favorites.
Now as the Legends' whipping boy, I'm impressed. I can't put my finger on why. Even with Vader and Sid and Diamond Dallas Page and Cyndi Lauper and Roddy Piper and Wendi Richter all making him look like a chump, he's not as annoying as I once found him. Is it the way a former tag team champion (but does that really mean anything anymore) should be treated? Probably not, but let's face it, this is wrestling and not everyone is going to be in the main event and not everyone is going to be a champion (or at least they shouldn't be).
The segments are brief, they're good comedy relief to help with the pacing of the show, and who doesn't like to see a legend return from time to time? I was a bit surprised that Slater pinned Doink on the most recent Raw. Does anyone know who was the clown? I'm not sure that it was Matt Bourne (no relation to Evan) this time around. Also, one quick correction from what Michael Cole said about Doink. He claimed the clown wrestled at Wrestlemanias 9 and 17. This is true, but he was also on the Wrestlemania X card, teaming with Dink and losing to Bam Bam Bigelow and Luna Vachon.
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He looks like the kid from the Wendy's commercial ch-ching!ReplyDelete