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By Dave Scherer on 2021-03-09 10:00:00

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One day, Hulk Hogan declares that Ric Flair is the greatest wrestler of all time. The next day, his daughter "dresses him down" on national TV. What's going on here?

WWE booking!  Seriously, I don't see one having anything to do with the other.

I know that I can't speak for everyone but I was furious with the outcome of the tables match between Lana and Nia Jax on the 2/8 episode of RAW. The only thing that made my blood boil even more than Nia ruining the moment for Lana was the way most fans joked about it afterwards. I already know how you felt about what Jax did and I agree it was very bush league and unprofessional. My question is two fold: First do you think Nia deliberately ruined the ending to that match? Also, what do you think of the way some fans made fun of it, with all the memes and gifs afterward? Thanks for your time!

I can't speak as to why Nia did what she did, I don't know her and I don't think it's fair to put words in her mouth.  I didn't see any of the memes or gifs, but if they were mocking how she handed herself in that match, I am all for them.

WWE finally seems to be using its Women's Championship across brands, with Nia Jax and Shayna Baszler popping up across shows and particularly with the integration of Women's Dusty Cup. Would a Wrestlemania match featuring the champs against contenders from each of the three shows be a viable option, or do you prefer the straightforward two-on-two?

I prefer traditional matches.  I don’t like the out of “the champ lost but wasn’t pinned”.  I think it devalues the win. I prefer one on one or team on team.

If there is a four-way, do you favor elimination style or not? I think it's usually a cop out to not have the champion 'lose,' although in certain cases like the recent transition of Lashley from mid-card title to top championship I will concede it makes some sense. However, with the women's tag title for example, there's no upper level title to jump to so I'd rather the victor be the last remaining team with all other contenders defeated during the match.

I don’t.  Occasionally it is OK but I prefer to see the champ lose to the new champ.  Look at Lashley, he attacked after the match, then Miz won his match.  Drew lost to Miz, Miz lost to Drew.  Now Drew is coming for Lashley.  I like that sequencing much, much better.

Any fears that WWE will return to the "Championship Scramble" matches of Unforgiven 2008 for multi-person matches? I can't remember how you felt about it at the time and would love a refresher.

I don’t remember what I said back then either but I prefer legitimate Title changes.  I don’t like having the Title belt be a hot potato.  I think a run it means more when it’s earned.  Just look at the 24-7 Title, it’s a joke because of that very reason.

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