I now know for sure that and why ONE won’t ever be a part of WWE. It’s the Thanksgiving Holiday Season and certainly there had to be a eating turkey contest. No moaning about that. I’m pescetarian so I only eat fish but no other meat so it’s no turkey for me. But I didn’t had a problem with the eating contest. Titus O’Neill won it in the end because his opponent, The Big Khali, let him won by surrender. And the big price for his win was a match versus Antonio Cesaro. Just having in mind that Cesaro would do his giant swing on O’Neill I knew what had to follow after the match. And indeed: O’Neill did vomit his way out of the arena. Some people might find this funny but in all my 36 years of existence on this planet I couldn’t get why it should be funny looking at some sick person emptying his stomach all over the floor and even on some people. Might be that I personally know that vomiting isn’t really nice or something I’m looking forward to (also can’t understand teenagers doing that deliberately to themselves) plus my moral side thinks that you just don’t need to do such kind of ‘entertainment’ with food when on the other side of this planet you could enjoy a whole little village with this very turkey.
Apart from the anger it was getting better. Slightly. Randy Orton had another promo and at the end I didn’t realize if he had just forgotten his text or if his silence belonged to the promo. I’m still not sure.
Ah, I have to correct myself: there was a bit more anger boiling in me when I had to watch another match of Los Matadores. I mean if there wasn’t any bull fight in Spain any more I could probably enjoy the entertainment. But knowing that there are killed bulls in an arena to this very day and beyond just for fun and the amusement of some strange people makes me sick! And I don’t like this gimmick at all. No entertainment for me then.
Thankfully there was a tiny promo by CM Punk after that to calm me down again (to be honest I just didn’t take notice). He said that later on tonight The Shield would need some protection. Daniel Bryan wasn’t around so this later on tonight could only be great.
And after the ring and the surroundings were cleaned again after the vomit massacre the Tag Team Championship Match between The Shield and Cody Rhodes & Goldust started. With Dean Ambrose on commentary. Just imagine heel Ambrose and face Punk doing commentary together – that would be epic. I might have a dream last night of a Goldust turkey flying over the top rope of the ring. I don’t need funny actions or costumes – for me words are enough to have the biggest laugh of my life. And Ambrose indeed is funny as he is creepy into the ring – perfect combination.
So, asked about the reason why The Shield did attack Punk he came up with the best possible answer: “Why not?” and then promoted and pushed Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins over and over again. Finally when Cody Rhodes was about to win over Rollins Ambrose intervened and attacked Cody Rhodes. Just then Punk’s music started, Punk himself and his friend Chair entered the ring just for Vickie Guerrero to announce a 6-Man-Tag-Team-Match. Certainly after a while the Wyatt’s needed to crawl up for some extra beating, just seconds later the 12-Man-Tag-Team-Match was completed with The Usos and Rey Mysterio. And Punk again won it in the end with the GTS on Erick Rowan. This whole thing lasted for almost forty minutes of pure entertainment, fun and classy fight action. And all the time I was pretty much like that:
When I had written this post initially I already searched Tumblr for some Gifs esp. of the Tag Team Match. Mostly Tumblr is one reliable source for such stuff and it was here, too. It just took some time longer. So I needed to be patient for the title of this post to make sense: