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ECW unleashes the Animal

The champ Batista visits ECW tonight and goes up against Elijah Burke again. No surprise, Batista wins. Very interesting they gave Burke two matches back to back against Batista. Is the WWE checking to see if Burke has what it takes to get another push. Most likely, as they have already brought in Shelton Benjamin for a title push. As it looks now Burke's time may be running out. He looked good with Batista, but that was all. He was not spectacular and with the crowded title contender scene now in ECW, his time may have run out.

I will say it right now, I like both Jimmy Wang Yang and Shannon Moore. Their match against Morrison and the Miz had some great high flying moves and was really fun to watch. Both Yang and Moore would be great if the would ever really establish a true welter weight/light heavy weight division. I love matches that feature high flyer's and big moves and both these guys deliver. Its just like boxing, the heavy weights are the draw, but usually its the smaller guys who entertain the most. So come on WWE, give the smaller guys a chance to shine.

I hope they are not really pushing for Kelly Kelly to be a big presence in the ring. Yes she is easy on the eyes, as long as she is just standing there. Her wrestling craft has a long way to go and right now is not a good time to push her as anything resembling a wrestler. Give her some time in dark matches until she really improves. Hey it worked for Candice, so maybe it can for Kelly

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