Watching No Way Out 2000, entertaining so far of course, especially with nobody pussyfooting around.
JR: "Mark Henry, the world's strongest man. I guess he's got the world's strongest sperm too from what we understand."
*King legit laughs*: "What do you mean by that JR?"
After Terri turned on the Hardys and cost them the #1 contendership:
King: "Look at the smile on Terri's face, and look at her bounce away"
JR: "...Man... what a little bitch."
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Gail Kim: "I heard many times that they want the Divas to be girly. We just didn't understand. They did everything in their power, it seemed, to take everything to give us a good match, for the heels to get any heat.
It was no kicking one week, or no punching the next. No this, no that. It was at the point where I was asking whether we could do anything at all.
We had the match where we did the slo-mo [Baywatch] entrance run. It was really funny. That day they brought us the ugliest one-piece bathing suits for the match. They were very PG and they said, 'We've got to cover you guys up'. We did our rehearsal for the entrances and after that they had a discussion amongst the agents. One agent came up to us and said, 'It's not so flattering on the chest. Maybe you need to do something about that'.
They are never really happy. It's one way one week and one way the other.
When I signed with WWE I was really happy that they had the PG thing going on. I thought' 'Yes! No more bra and panties matches, no bikini contests'.
With the success of the TNA Knockouts, that's when they started having their girls wrestle a lot more in WWE. I thought, 'This is a perfect time for me to come in. They care about women's wrestling'. Sadly it was just not the case.
We were really excited at the prospect of what would happen with Kong [Kharma]. With Kong you can't just throw her out in an eight-girl tag and have it mean nothing. She actually had a storyline and that was the main thing we were excited to see. When she came out and the crowd erupted, I remember getting goosebumps. I was out there thinking, 'Wow, I have not heard the fans react like that since my time at TNA'.
It was amazing to see and it proves right there that the fans can get into female wrestling. People say women's wrestling sucks and nobody wants to see it, but every time there are storylines and they invest in the women, people react and love it.
Everyone in the office acted like they had never seen our stuff, which makes me laugh because Johnny hired me back for a reason. It's funny how people in the office act like they never watch TNA, follow TNA or know anything that's going on with TNA. In my opinion they are all lying!
They all knew who Kia [Kong/Kharma] was after what she and I did in TNA. They hired me back for a reason. If I was doing nothing during that time I don't think I would have got hired back."
Did anyone else die inside during the No Confidence segment when Beth said something like "we're just girls"?
Certainly different nowadays than when women were having a cage match, a hardcore match (that didn't involve sexist items) and even main eventing Raw.
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Well, Google video search. If I can, I watch it on DailyMotion, because the guy who uploads stuff on YouTube edits it to hell removing any ads plus a few more seconds (even during an entrance and any segments before or after) and all diva content. Sexist a bit...
(Original post by FreakyStyley)
How are you watching them out of interest? Just on youtube?
Imagine if it was heel Michael Cole's commentary.
(Original post by TheMagicRat)
Great main event at that PPV. Not quite as good as the street fight they had the Rumble but still very good. I love JR's commentary when he pleads for Foley to kick out.
Still mind-boggling how WWE have decided destroying such a massive gimmick match was such a good idea. To call it a gimmick match is probably inaccurate, it's more a last, satanic resort to end a long feud.
I'd be very disappointed if my first Hell in a Cell was on the midcard of a Hell in a Cell gimmick PPV in the 2010s.
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