Tag Archive: Ring Attire

  1. More WWE Slammy Awards!


    The fun doesn’t stop because RAW is over, no sir!  WWE.com awarded even more Slammys – let’s roll!

    Note:  I’m not sure at this point whether these actually count or not.  We’re going to pretend they do.

    Outstanding Achievement in Muppet Resemblance:  Sheamus and Beaker.

    If these count, this is Sheamus’s third Slammy.  His previous wins in 2009 for “Breakout Star of the year” and in 2010 for “Superstar/Diva most in need of makeup.”

    The Pee-Wee Herman Bow Tie Award:  David Otunga.

    This is David Otunga’s first solo Slammy.  He won as part of Nexus for the 2010 Shocker of the Year for the group’s debut.

    Most Predictable Outcome of the Year:  Kevin Nash jackknifing Santino

    This is Kevin Nash’s first Slammy.

    Guess Who’s Back?  Or:  Return of the Year:  The Rock

    This would be The Rock’s third, winning the Slammy in 1997 for New Sensation, and earlier tonight for “Game Changer of the Year” with John Cena.

    Double Vision Moment of the Year:  The Two Sin Caras

    This is the first Slammy for both Sin Cara and Hunico.

    T-Shirt of the Year:  CM Punk’s “Best in the World” t-shirt, of course.  Half the BWF crew owns one!

    Punk’s 6th Slammy.  He won the 2008 OMG Moment for cashing in Money In The Bank, 2009 Shocker of the Year for beating Jeff Hardy and sending him packing, the 2010 Despicable Me award for singing Happy Birthday to Rey Mysterio’s daughter, and earlier tonight the 2011 Pipe Bomb of the Year and Superstar of the Year awards.

    WWE.com Exclusive of the Year:  John Laurinaitis congratulating CM Punk.

    This is Laurinaitis first actual award.

    Most Regrettable Ring Attire of the Year:  Michael Cole in Triple H’s clothing.

    This is Michael Cole’s third Slammy.  His previous wins are the 2009 “Oh My” Moment of the Year for throwing up on Chris Jericho, and the 2010 “And I Quote” line of the year.

    Critter Moment of the Year:  The mouse that ran by Alberto Del Rio on RAW.  Seriously.


    This is the mouse’s first Slammy.

    Superstar Transformation of the Year:  Zack Ryder.

    This is Zack’s third Slammy.  The 2010 Most Annoying Catch Phrase (Woo Woo Woo You Know It), and the 2011 Trending Superstar of the Year.

    I couldn’t make this stuff up if I tried, folks.  You can see this all for yourself over at WWE.com.

  2. WWE Superstars

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    10 days until Hell in a Cell.  That means 2 more Superstars to review.  Lets get the first one out of the way.

    Match 1:  The Masterpiece Chris Master vs Primo Colon

    Its time to start pushing Chris Masters into something big.  This guy is huge!  Primo is a very good inhancement talent.  Masters should not be losing to Primo, but I understand that Primo can’t job every week and needs some credibility for himself.  Primo wins this with a quick roll up.  This is fine with me, as Masters was not made to look weak in the loss.  Primo is always fun to watch and he has so much more talent than Carlito, but I still see Carlito as having more to offer.  Go figure.

    Match 2:  Goldust vs William Regal

    Lord Regal’s court follows him to the ring in this one.  Big Zeke is a star!  Kozlov not so much, but he is ginormous too.  Should Goldust still be called Goldust if his ring attire is more black than gold?  Goldust wins this one via DQ.  Kozlov and Ezekial Jackson help Regal dismantle Goldust.  Christian, Tommy Dreamer and Yoshi Tatsu rush to the ring to save the Golden one.

    Match 3:  Michelle McCool and Layla vs Maria and Melina

    If you have missed it, over the last few weeks Maria and Melina have been on the outs, as Maria thinks Melina has been trying to sabotage her relationship with Mr. Ziggles.  Early on, Maria and Melina seem to be on the same page.  Michelle McCool hits a big boot to Maria’s face and Layla gets the pin.  After the match, Maria wants nothing to do with Melina.  This proves that good booking and creative writing can make women’s matches interesting. 

    Ask the divas segment.  Who cares?!

    Main Event:  Matt Hardy vs Kane

    Matt just doesn’t do it for me at all.  He is out of shape, doesn’t speak well, and can’t do the things he used to be able to.  Kane, however, should be a main event heel on Smackdown right now, but the fans will always love him too.  Why are the fans behind Matt so much?  Is it because he is Jeff’s brother?  He certainly isn’t exciting to watch or listen to anymore.  Matt wins via DQ as Kane straddles Matt on the ropes several times and then delivers a Chokeslam for good measure.  Even after leaving Matt in a heaping pile in the ring, the fans still popped for Kane as he left the ring. 

    Thanks for checking out the review this week.  Join me next week as I will also give my HIAC predictions.