bachelorette started at 8 tonight...i forgot this was on..who won????
Since there were only 3 participants left all three were in the bottom three this week. Jeremiah went home. That kinda surprised me. But I haven't seen the entire episode so I am not sure to the reason why.
The remaining two will get to audition at the WWE Development Center.
It seemed like Jeremiah's elimination was more about him being so much more green than the other two. He made a few mistakes in training and while he was able to correct them, the trainers saw it more as dumb luck that he didn't hurt anyone. He claimed in his personal interview that he was trying to show that he can think out of the box and show flair-in the end, who knows? Those mistakes coincided with Andy really stepping it up at just the right time.
I think you really need to understand the basics first before you can start going outside the box. This is not the first time Jeremiah has been called on for being unsafe. Both Andy and AJ had been called out about it.
I think he was just trying to BS to make himself look better.
Finally saw the very end of this episode. I do think that if Jeremiah hadn't done that stupid flip on a bag he placed on the floor incorrectly Stone Cold would have picked Luke to go home over Jeremiah. You could tell from Stone Cold's comments that Jeremiah was number one, Andy number two and Luke number three on Stone Cold's list. I don't think that final skills challenge was the place to show improvisation. The skills challenge was the place to show what you had learned to do correctly and how well you could do it with a little flare and personality. Again Jeremiah sped past the others without learning the basics. Hope he learns his lesson and gets a chance to be in the ring.
Wish it had been Martin vs Luke in the finale with Martin winning and crushing Luke into tears like the little insecure boy he is.
Bearcata, I think Martin was the only one who could conceivably have competed against Luke. I may be wrong because it's been so long ago, but when this series was first aired, didn't they cast contestants who were pretty much at the same skill level? It's pretty crazy to think that someone like Rima-who had barely heard of wrestling- or Eric-who couldn't even run in the ring for two minutes- could compete with guys like Luke and Martin who were not only in fantastic shape but had prior training in wrestling. Until Martin got injured, I figured it was a foregone conclusion that it would be him and Luke at the end.