It's true. He was a NATURAL of a heel and a really really good one at that.
Kevin Federline does not get enough credit but he did really great with what he was given. Throwing money at Cena after pinning him was an awesome heel touch that Ted DiBiase wish he thought of.
I was also there live for that show. Heel heat was off the charts.
K-Fed was reportedly very popular backstage because he was very respectful of the wrestling business and came off as a true fan.
He was great. His match with Cena was built and executed very nicely.
Booker T fawning over him birthed the first and only truly funny "Damn!"
I used to hate him quite a bit, but he used his 15 minutes of fame quite well and didn't try to feverishly clasp onto the spotlight when time was up.
Crazy seeing Nitro and Umaga in such a main position on RAW
It was cool seeing Armando Alejandro Estranda in that segment
At the time I wished they would have hired him. I thought his whole run was excellent. He could have had some more mileage for sure.
I saw him at a Raw in DC. He had more heat than anyone else on the show.
Tbh when he debuted I thought “K Fed” was one of the crime time dudes. Still he got a w over big match Johnnnnnn at his peak
I liked his theme music
I really thought he was gonna make a few more appearances, he was decent
Back when the AA was the FU
This guy was literally one of the most hated people in media at the time and it was a bit of a joke he was on the show.
I remember being so mad at him being there as a kid haha, but looking back on this it wasn't awful like I remember.
I wonder if he'll ever go into the HOF.
Probably not. They tend only to induct people who are still famous.
"Twice In A Lifetime" Cena should ask for a rematch
Isn't he getting money from her? Sounds like something he would gloat about