Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2012, marked the night that the WWE had their weekly tapings for “Friday Night SmackDown” and below are the SPOILERS for the episode that will air on Oct. 12, 2012 on SyFy. Please don’t read any further if you truly don’t want to know what happens before Friday because it is all in detail from here on.
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Randy Savage and Mr. Perfect vs. Ric Flair and Razor Ramon – Both teams were made up of a former World Champion and an Intercontinental Champion that could hold their own in a main event. Mr. Perfect teased a heel turn on Randy Savage but came through the end. Unfortunately the match ended with a disqualification.
Rating: C+. Considering the injuries and the psychology here this was good enough to warrant a rating. Punk looked good and it doesn’t really hurt Morrison that much since you had Morrison all banged up out there. Decent match and something I’d love to see more of with these two both healthy.
Scheduling…One may argue that private schools play a more difficult schedule than public schools. They probably are right, but the public school arguement is that they should play schools that are most similar to them. The public schools have to play in a conference, where not all the teams will be as competitive as the ones on a private school schedule.So, by the time the playoffs roll around, the team with the most talent, and playing against the better competition, should always come out on top.
Even now we can find ourselves stopping by the empty rooms and remembering things like B-B guns and broken light fixtures or model cars and glued carpets.