|Jim Cornette vs. Paul E. Dangerously (Heyman)|
Great American Bash 1989
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Since I was unable to watch TNA's "No Surrender" pay per view Sunday night, I really don't have a whole lot that I can say about it. From what I've heard so far, it was an impressive show. I'm glad TNA continues to bring it week in and week out on Impact and monthly on pay per views.
So today's blog is inspired by the most recent episode of "Are You Serious" on YouTube. In it, Josh Matthews and the Road Dogg replay a clip of Jim Cornette and Paul E. Dangerously battling it out in a tuxedo match. It was from the 1989 Great American Bash. The funny thing about the clip was the fact that the hosts were bashing it and calling it a bad idea (which I agree with).
|The Fink wins!|
Monday Night Raw
The thing I found funny about this clip besides the doughy, pasty, middle aged guys rolling around in the ring stripping each other was the fact that just a few months ago, the WWE had a tuxedo match between then U.S. champion Santino Marella and ring announcer Ricardo Rodriguez. Someone else pointed it out on the YouTube video that Matthews and Dogg failed to mention it. So I'm doing it here too.
What do you guys think? Who watches the show? It's a lot of fun and I think it is one of the few things WWE produces for YouTube that could be a weekly 30 minute program once the WWE Network finally launches.
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