There are few characters that have had the talent that Dustin Rhodes has been able to deliver as consistently as he has. And for a character that was born out of the Attitude Era, it is almost as popular now as it was in 1995 when the bizarre and often sexually explicit oddity that came to the WWF.
Sometimes, there are comments made by wrestlers that just stick with you as gospel in the business. This spot remains true to that belief.
This week on SmackDown, The Rhodes brothers defend their WWE Tag Team titles against the Wyatts.
In recent years, it seems like tag-team wrestling has taken a back seat to singles competition. Compared to the tag-team division of the late 80s and 90s, modern sports entertainment has seemed content to pair up random singles wrestlers to be partners, in a “throw it on the wall and see what sticks” mentality. And it’s been…. fine. Luckily, WWE decided to up its game...
Finally, we are passed that repulsive time in WWE between SummerSlam and the Rumble. It is rather comical that people really thought this "Best for Business" storyline had potential to emit electricity into WWE's worst time period of the year.