By Feras Ballout | March 07, 2009
- Hulk Hogan is highly unlikely to not to be able to wrestle in a match he was never scheduled to wrestle in the first place as he has had back surgery. Hulk's injuries are a likely result of having to carry the weight of his soon to be ex-wife's world on his broad shoulders. If you had Hogan vs. Jericho in the office pool....you (likely) lose.
- Wrestlemania is every one in WWE's only and highest priority right now. BTW I think this might be one helluva show as it seems to be coming together well and you have men in main events who will all want to truly steal the show and not just show up for the pay day, not that any one has ever done that at Wrestlemania.
- I think that Carlito and Primo should wrestle the duo of Miz and Morrison who are likely on The Warriors "bad list" after Friday night's presentation of the "Dirt Sheet" and consolidate the two sets of tag titles.
- Did you know that the grand and glorious 500th episode of Friday Night Smackdown will be taped in Corpus Christi in less than two weeks? This fall I am told that a high and mighty 10 years of Smackdown will be promoted aggressively throughout the WWE and will provide many memorable moments such as Tazz dancing and Michael Cole saying "Oh, My." I will likely just wear my black hat and try to eat hot soup with my two bouts of Bells palsy which is always a hoot. Or to whistle or simply walk around the arena wearing a sandwich board that says, "J.R. has lost his smile."
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