OK, I’ll confess that I’m not a fan of either Mark Henry or recent World Wrestling Entertainment returnee Chris Masters, but I would get a kick out of seeing the Masterlock applied on The World’s Strongest Man.
Tune in to this week’s WWE Superstars to see if that will happen. Here’s the teaser from WGN America.
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Here are some video clips on YouTube from the July 10 World Wrestling Entertainment SmackDown/ECW Live in Manila house show at the Araneta Coliseum in Quezon City, the Philippines.
Awesome ringside view — thanks to the fan who shared this on YouTube. Here are Parts 1, 2, 4 and 5 from this user; I can’t seem to find Part 3.
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I really wish I could have gone to the Araneta Coliseum last night to watch the Superstars and Divas of World Wrestling Entertainment’s SmackDown and ECW brands.
Anyway, like me, a lot of the people in last night’s crowd seem to be big Chris Jericho fans, based on this account from reader Ramon Miguel Cervantes at ProWrestling.net.
Here’s an excerpt from his ProWrestling.net report.
Jericho came out to a great pop. Seriously, there were so many fans that love him here. I brought a sign that said “SD! is Jericho” and he smirked when he saw it. There were Y2J chants that were very loud. He tried to cut a heel promo (the same “You can _____ all you want because you’re all hypocrites, I’m the best in the world at what I do, I guarantee you won’t see the 619 and I will unmask him” stuff) but we were still cheering for him. A lot of signs that read, “Hypocrite,” with an arrow pointing to themselves were in the arena. You could see it in his face, he was genuinely surprised to be so over. Rey got a nice response too. He said hi to a few masked fans. Steamboat was well respected as well.
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