Wow....that was predictable.

@Marcola (2776)
United States
June 12, 2008 9:00am CST
Watching Raw this past Monday, Vince McMahon had Charlie Haas (Hey, remember him?!) help him give away some cash. If Charlie kissed a diva, Vince would give away more money. Well, you had to know Mae Young was coming out. Nope, it's Maria. Now, Vince will give out even more money to this lucky person if Charlie kisses another diva. Ok, it's definitely Mae Young now. Yep. I have to wonder if the majority of wrestling fans remember who Charlie Haas is. I think he could definitely benefit being drafted over to Smackdown and challenge Matt Hardy for the U.S. title.
4 responses
• United States
12 Jun 08
lol. Yea it was very predictable, but it was funny even though I known it was coming. I like Mae Young. She is very open for some loving! I remember Charlie Haas. I been wondering where he been. I also think Smackdown will benefit him a lot too. He will be able to show his ability there more then on Raw. A Matt and Charlie fued..I think that would be pretty good one. Something new. Let's just hope it happens.
@Marcola (2776)
• United States
13 Jun 08
Charlie Haas was pretty much on Heat and wrestling dark matches. He definitely should switch shows. It's too bad WWE doesn't take suggestions from fans.
• United States
14 Jun 08
Or they could just give you a job there on their creative team. (: I think that will probably be the best job to have other being a Superstar. Sitting back and just having ideas for matches and fueds. I'm wonder how you would get a job doing that..I know I would love that job! Hell I brave those cold and snowy Connecticut winters even though I don't really want to!
@Marcola (2776)
• United States
14 Jun 08
Thanks for the kind words, but I don't think they're interested in hiring fans that seem to have a good deal of knowledge of the product. It's all about what Vince wants, after all. You often wonder if he's lost touch with his audience. If he were more open to people with differing opinions, (Such as Paul Heyman, when he was on creative.) we'd see improvement. Of course, if TNA would actually improve in their ratings and stop copying WWE ideas (Oh look, it's Stone Cold Shark Boy! Who does he remind me of? Oh yeah! A poor man's Stone Cold Steve Austin! Oh, and "Black Machismo" Jay Lethal proposing to So Cal Val. Completely stolen from how Randy Savage proposed to Elizabeth!)and try to differentiate themselves a little, Vince would have competition and the overall product would be better. Anyway, I've read they hire people with a background in Hollywood writing
@rovian (1927)
• United States
12 Jun 08
I remember Charlie Hass too. He was once a member of Team Angle with Shelton Benjamin, who both later separated from their boss to form the their own team which that called World's Greatest Tag Team. He probably should jump to SmackDown and Val Venis should too. I too also could predict Mae Young was going to come out.
@Marcola (2776)
• United States
12 Jun 08
Yeah, and when he came back, it looked like he was going to be in a program with Shelton Benjamin, his former partner. I can't remember that lasting too long until they started teaming up again. Considering his amateur background and the matches I've seen him put on years ago, he definitely could be utilized better.
12 Jun 08
hi this is the reason i dont actually watch wrestling anymore, i think it has become to much of a soap opera and is so predictable that it is not that entertaining anymore, whether this actually comes with age and wisdom is another matter lol as i was always totally shocked by it all when i was a child nowadays tho it never seemed to suprise me and it got too predictable and boring. Oh and yep i do remember hass lol
@Marcola (2776)
• United States
12 Jun 08
Well, I've been watching wrestling for around 17 years and after that, I think you become wise to the business. The wrestling is still good, but a lot of the things they do for storylines and such is recycled over and over again.
@ravinskye (8242)
• United States
12 Jun 08
i've found that most times i can predict what will happen on wrestling. i'll sit and watch it with my husband sometimes and i'll be able to tell him who will win or what will happen. i've watched it for as long as i can remember. we watched it as kids, we used to go to my uncle to watch the pay per views. you know, back when there used to be only 2 or 3 a year instead of once a month lol.
@Marcola (2776)
• United States
12 Jun 08
I agree. A lot of it has gotten to be quite predictable.