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Mike 'The Miz' Mizanin,
Matt Hardy vs Edge, Chris Benoit vs Orlando Jordan, Kurt Angle vs Eugene, The Undertaker vs Randy Orton, Eddie Guerrero vs Rey Mysterio, John Cena vs Chris Jericho, JBL vs Batista, Hulk Hogan vs Shawn Michaels.
From the time ECW started, I wasn't quite keen to watch it. The first time I had seen, I had felt really weird. Wrestlers from RAW and Smackdown were transferred to fight here. That meant the same thing as watching RAW and Smackdown. Though it is supposed to be hardcore, I didn't find it that ' hardcore' at all. Beating with steel chairs etc. is so common even in RAW and Smackdown. The later episodes too weren't that good at all. Wrestlers like CM Punk and John Morrison, who were only shown capturing Intercontinental or sometimes US championship are shown here as the main attractions, winning the world heavy weight titles. I ain't so gullible to believe that Johnny Nitro, who was even defeated by Brian Kendrik and Paul London is capable of becoming the world heavy weight champion in ECW. There is no good or interesting story line, but is dumbed down by showing so called ' vampires' and what not. And the worst thing is that ECW thinks that the viewers are blind or are forgetful. It is so easy to tell who ' Big Daddy V' is. Then too, many of the viewers are shocked to see the large man, as though they have never seen him before. LAdies in ECW are useless. There are no titles for them. THeir job is to just expose, expose and expose. And a last thing, I did not understand why the ECW organizers don't keep more than one title to fight for. 4 out of ten, four because it is still a part of WWE.
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