Renn O. sent word that WWE made the switch from their old Hell In A Cell to the current taller in September 2006. It was for the handicap match where the team of Triple H and Shawn Michaels took on the team of Vince and Shane McMahon and the Big Show. The reason WWE gave was that the old Cell was worn down so they needed to make something bigger and better.
My question has to do with Randy Orton's first title run. With Brock Lesnars return I got to thinking... Lesnar held the record for youngest WWE champion in history. After Brock left the company on bad terms, Randy Orton had a quick 1 month title run and then didnt hold the title again for a couple years. But Orton did earn the title of NEW youngest WWE champion ever. Was Orton's one month title run simply a ploy to erase Lesnar's name from the history books as youngest WWE champ ever? Otheriwse, what was the point of Orton's short title run?
Orton's title win had nothing to do with Lesnar's age when he won the belt. The point was to elevate him, but WWE did an absolutely horrible job with his babyface turn and follow-up. However, Orton was not the youngest WWE champion ever, he was the youngest World Heavyweight Champion ever.
Thanks again for the great you guys do, and I will let you know it does not go unappreciated . My question is about The Killer Bees. What happen to them, and where are they now ?
Brian Blair is pretty much retired and is involved in the Florida politcal scene. Jim Brunzell lives in Minnesota.
Why did WWE take JR off RAW? Hey I'll admit the 3-man booth was far from perfect, but it was terminated before it could even find its feet, and Cole can still be the voice of the WWE. Having JR on RAW in that capacity was better than nothing, and whats more WWE admitted it with HHH's promo when he brought JR back in August.
WWE has a sad fascination in taking Ross out of the thing he's better at than anyone else in the world. P> Any chance of Kurt returning to the the WWE in 2012?
Kurt Angle? No.