Post by Trent Valentine on Jul 27, 2012 20:17:56 GMT -5
Was there anything memorable at all about Jerry Lynn's WWF run? I mean, he won the....Light Heavyweight Title...from Crash Holly and then done...nothing. After he lost the the belt to Jeff Hardy he just floundered. I believe that promo that he did from WWF New York when he was Champion may have got him heat.
What do you think of his WWF run..was it totally wasted?
It was a hard time. I think if WCW was made a separate company he may have had a chance, since I bet that's why he did the bitter promo, so he could jump. But as it was, there were way too many people entering the WWF at the time.
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I remember reading the Hardys' book and "Jeff"(this book was ghostwritten so it may not have actually been Jeff) said that Lynn had a habit of going balls to the wall at every single show, that's not really WWE philosophy.
WWE also wanted him to pick a new finisher because they believe only Undertaker has a right to a piledriver, and Lynn reacted really negatively to the idea.
I just don't think the guy was a fit in the WWE at all.
That was such a shitty time for the company. It was just flooded with wrestlers who were stranded from losing their jobs. They just didn't know what to do with anybody - I mean look what happened to DDP.
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He had a horribly edit *butchered* Hardcore Title match with Rob Van Dam on Heat. That's about as much I cared for his WWE run.
I remember rumors the brass weren't happy with that match. Kid Kash did the same on Velocity as did Doring and Roadkill ina dark match. Kash didn't last too long and D&R weren't signed. WWE has too much in time constraints and the "WWE style".
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They should have kept the Light Heavyweight belt on him for a long time and featured him in matches on Raw and SmackDown--it would've built both him and the division up. WWE has never known how to push Juniors, though.