Well, the show that got me started working on World Wrestling Insanity is officially dead. HEAT, my friends, is done. Let us take a moment of silence...you don't have to stand, or turn off your music, or even think about the subject matter...just shut up for a second.
Now, I know what you're thinking..."Jeeze Fritz, you haven't written a report/review for Heat since like...Early May", and you know what, you're right. I could go on and on about how WWE <dot> com sucks ass, and how every other episode the stream didn't work, but...no, that was the show that got me started. I have nothing but respect for the...uh...how long was the show? 20 mins?
So, you're getting less of the Fritz (which, I know, must be hard for you to take in. Though, like I'm proving right now...I may just pop out of nowhere with an article). But, it's not all tears, right? I mean, now if you go to see RAW Live, you'll get to be apart of the ECW crowd. And I mean, I guess since ECW has TV time, it must be better (How though, I dunno. I mean, does ECW regularly feature great talent like Snitsky vs. a Jobber? What's gonna happen to classic matches like this?).
Honestly, though, I don't see how you can't give the show at least some props. For a show that started in '98, on USA and then jumped from there to MTV, TNN/Spike, and then even managed to stay alive as a Webcast for the US viewers (Them international folk still had in Televised), produced 513 episodes (according to WWE's HEAT page). Which, by the way, pending the stream works, I will get the final episode review up.
There is one serious question that I have regarding the hottest talent Heat had. What's to become of Val Venis?