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Feud Brewing between Mysterio/Bourne Combo and Kane/Henry Duo

October 28, 2008 by AlexV 

We’ll see what kind of "ultimatum" this Bourne has in the coming weeks on Raw and ECW.

We’ll see what kind of "ultimatum" this Bourne has in the coming weeks on Raw and ECW.

On the latest installment of Monday Night Raw, the WWE showcased the high-flying talents of Evan Bourne and his childhood wrestling hero Rey Mysterio when the two faced off on the canvas. The two “little engines” that can went volley for volley when Mysterio finally reversed a roll up and got the three-count for the win. The two shook hands and showed that there were no hard feelings.

 

The same could not be said for Kane, who lost to Mysterio in the no-holds barred match at Cyber Sunday, and Mark Henry, Bourne’s ECW roster mate. Shortly after the Mysterio and Bourne match, the two oafs came down to the ring and put a hurting on both competitors. This could mean that an intriguing tag team match up will be booked between both would be tandems at Survivor Series. If that happens, it could shape up to be a very compelling match.

To witness two wrestlers under feet and five inches tall going against two 300 plus pound behemoths, one over 7 foot tall (Kane), and the other a former World’s Strongest Man Champion (Henry), in a ring is usually a good draw for ratings. It would be a classic of two “Davids” going against two “Goliaths,” and the choreography for this kind of contest has a lot of promise.

Kane is the consumate zombie-like character. To see him fall is almost always a treat.

Kane is the consumate zombie-like character. To see him fall is almost always a treat.

Comments

One Response to “Feud Brewing between Mysterio/Bourne Combo and Kane/Henry Duo”

  1. JK on December 2nd, 2008 6:46 pm

    I bet you this doesn’t wind up as such a job-smash as the Twin Towers vs. the Rockers at WrestleMania V. The WWE _LOVES_ Rey Mysterio, and _LOVES_ cultivating “homegrown” talent. Expect the little guys to gain the upperhand before this feud ends. For entertainment purposes, the audience better hope that Mark Henry can sell these guys though. His shtick and lack of athleticism outside of gorilla pressing and powerbombs are beginning to bore me.

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