|BAH GAWD, THAT'S GOTTA BE KANE GETTIN' ON AT 666TH STREET STATION|
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Everything about this is awesome, from the looks on the passengers' faces (which were mostly in awe and at least passive approval) to the announcing all the way down to "Booker T" yelling at "Hulk Hogan" that he was coming for him, n-word. The fact that a person of color portrayed Hogan was even more delicious, but I won't get more into that right now. Anyway, this venture was one of the most creative things I've seen people do in service of wrestling, even if all the characters were bad parodies of old WWE/WCW wrestlers. Then again, that kind of thing can be really fun and creative in its own right. I mean, "Weird" Al Yankovic has made a career parodying popular songs, and no one denies he's creative. I'm overthinking this.
Anyway, the only quibble I had was the winner. Kane? Really? But then again, maybe these guys are all about righting the wrongs of the Attitude Era. I mean, Kane should have been a much bigger deal than he was, same with The Big Show. Maybe these guys are onto something...