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– Michael Cole took a sly shot at Vince McMahon’s commentary skills on NXT and Superstars. Cole wondered if McMahon would be commentating on old school RAW and Josh Matthews mentioned Vince’s “coma.” Cole responded: “Oh well then, his commentary won’t be any worse than it was 20 years ago.”

Steve Austin started work on a new movie yesterday in Vancouver, an
action flick called Hanger 14. MMA fighter Keith Jardine and martial artist Michael Jai White co-stars. The film is about an LAPD SWAT Team who find themselves pitted against two rival gangs while trapped in an abandoned Hangar, armed with nothing but blanks. [Credit: The Wrestling Globe Newsletter]

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  • Treg

    Well.. uh.. you know Vince told him to say that right? lol

  • Automattic

    So could this lead to Vince doing commentary for the Old School Raw?

  • http://www.yahoo.com Uzoma Iwuagwu

    King totally sucks as a face commentator while nobody (including me) can stand Michael Cole’s current works, period.

  • erik

    I agree heel king from 1994-1999 was best i think. king as face is boring imo. I would say cole is not good heel. cole commentary skills are so bad he makes the coach commentary sound like bobby the brain.

  • In Grind We Crust

    so is that like 4 doors down from Hangar 18?

  • Trixie

    Only if the king was how he was years ago, as a heel.

  • Hbk Fan

    Vince and the king on raw would be sick

  • Yay

    Michael Cole’s commentary makes Vince McMahons commentary seem as good as JR.

  • Jim Bob

    @ Jur

    It’s a “takes one to know one” kind of thing.

  • Jur

    Kind of ironic someone as horrible as Cole is talking about commentary skills.

  • Jim

    I love how even thought he “bashes” Vince’s commentary, 10 bucks says Vince fed him the line…

  • Dustin

    Why didn’t Cole just have this “Fuck it” character from the beginning?

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