So last night, I went back and I re-watched the WWF Invasion Pay Per View with the "Inaugural Brawl" as the main event where Austin would turn heel and join the Alliance. And the entire event was pretty decent, all of it believable. I was even enjoying moments I forgot about like X-Pac vs. Billy Kidman. And then... I hated it. During the entrances of the Inaugural Brawl, WWE decided to mix things up with entrances with alternating team members coming out individually. It was a nice concept except for the fact that I couldn't help but notice that besides DDP and Austin (who came out at the beginning of the opening brawl), Booker T wasn't allowed to even enter the ring. Here was the top WCW guy at the time, ready to enter into what was the biggest match of the time. Everyone else except the two most notable faces of each company available were already in the ring or had at least been able to get into it before joining their team. The Dudleys went first, followed by Brothers of Destruction, then Rhyno, followed by Jericho, followed by Booker T... and when Booker went to entered, every single one of the WWE guys wouldn't let him in. Now I get it, that's just WWF baring the WWF flag and holding down their fort... but then why was Rhyno allowed in? Why were the WWF guys allowed in at all if the WCW/ECW team came out first? Why was the following entrant Kurt Angle allowed in, and not stopped by WCW guys at the steps? It just really irritated me that of all the guys there, Booker T was the only one that wasn't allowed into the ring. And the fact that Booker had a look of confusion on his face made me feel like that wasn't even supposed to be like that.