Vickie Guerrero Preparing For Life After WWE, What Did You Think Of Non-Finish?

Vickie Guerrero Preparing For Life After WWE

Vickie Guerrero appears to be planning for life after WWE. Guerrero Tweeted on Monday that she passed her college entrance exams and plans to major in medical administration. Congratulations are in order as I always root for people that have the ability to look beyond the business.

WWE Battleground Non-Finish: What Did You Think?

There hasn’t been enough discussion on the website today about the finish (or lack thereof) to Daniel Bryan vs. Randy Orton at WWE Battleground. What did you think about it? Did you feel you got ripped off? I’d love to read your comments in the comment area below!

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  • Frenchfry

    Anyone who thinks they got ‘ripped off’ is just cheap and looking for any excuse to not have to pay for what they saw. I didnt like the ending but depending on how it works out tonight I probably wont mind as much

    • Bob’s Diner

      So… you bought the expensive show to see what happens on the free show?

      • smark calloway

        wcw used to do that all the time back in the late 90′s ..no one complained then

        • Bob’s Diner

          That’s probably the same excuse TNA use

  • Peter Brian Hoover Jr

    everyone should be given a refund for this horrid show. nothing memorable about it & felt the ending needed a result. No PPV should end like this.

    • smark calloway

      the rhodes ,getting their job back, and the feel good moment and celebration afterwards was quite memorable

      • Peter Brian Hoover Jr

        agree. not much else

  • Zack Krasney

    I agree with what you said on your Richard Reacts to Battleground. Every single match and storyline progression could have been done on Raw. There was nothing worth paying money for, especially $55 dollars. If you advertise a new WWE Champion, you better deliver a new WWE Champion. Especially with a terrible lack of logic with the referee situation. There are only 2 referees that could have officiated this match? Yet whenever there is a fight breaking out backstage, or something, there is a small army of refs that break things up. I will even go as far as to say I actually think what happened is a good progression to this whole storyline, I liked what they did with the Big Show, but a Pay Per View was the wrong place to do it.

    Another reason that the “unfinished ending” was such a horrible decision was because the rest of the PPV was such a throw away. Most of these matches weren’t announced until less than a week before Battlegrounds. It sticks to the mentality Vince has about “one or two big matches”. I’m not going to get into a debate about whether or not that mentality is right or wrong, but if you’re putting the success of the whole event on one match, that match better deliver, which the main event last night did not. Arguments can be made about the Rhodes Family vs. The Shield helping the PPV, but that could have been a Raw main event. WWE put all their eggs in one basket, and then threw that basket against the wall.

  • Valerie

    I think the ending was just a really really bad move. It’s better for Raw than a pay-per-view they should have crowned a new champion. Although, I thought hese matches before hand were FANTASTIC even with little to no build. Shield and the Rhodes brothers were fantastic, Ziggler vs. Sandow for free was good, RVD and Del RIo was fun, and Bray Wyatt and Kofi Kingston was good too! However,they’d be better for Raw than for a 55 dollar pay per view. I’m so sorry to people that paid for the pay-per-view I know they’re giving some refunds back if you’ve got the right cable company

  • Santaisreal

    Kind of saw it comeing so I can’t complain. The problem that I have with this PPV is the lack of build for any matches and how thrown together it was.
    Ziggler vs sandow, if it had build, would of been awesome and probably could of been on the main card. but no, instead we get a premise of current vs ex money in the bank for this match.
    Alberto Del Boreo vs RVD had some build to it and it was a good opening match so really no complaints other than ADR as champ is boreing. (but thats just me)
    Real Americans vs Random Team. Really what was the point to this? this match should not of been on the card.
    Curtis Axel Vs R-Truth. Again this match really should of not been on the card.
    Rhodes family vs shield was just plain awesome. It had everything. Told a great story and great ring work all around and I disagree with your comments Richard regarding this match could of been a raw match. this was a ppv qualty match.
    Bray vs Kofi could of been something great but again a 1 week build hurt this match and kind of puts it in the who cares categorey.
    Ryback vs cm Punk. a solid build and an ok match. Ryback has a great look and that’s about it.
    Randy vs Byran. If they wanted to do a screwy finish this should of been an iorn man match. (it would of gone with the theme to this show as well.) they could of easily gotten rid of axel vs truth and the real americans vs Santino and kahli to make room for it. Heck they could of had the same finish with big show if they wanted to. Have him come out for the final minutes of the match with bryan and randy tied. Have him knock out both guys and let the clock run out. At least we would of had an outcome that way!

  • CJ Blaze

    I didn’t watch Battleground for that match. I watched it for the other top three. (ADR/RVD, Punk/Ryback, and Rhodes/Shield) Almost all of the matches had good, quality wrestling featured. The main event finish came as a ‘go figure’ moment for me, as it seemed predictable. If I had paid for the PPV to see the main event, yes, I most certainly would’ve felt ripped off. But because I didn’t care too much about what happened in Bryan vs. Orton, I enjoyed Battleground.

  • Snap

    I don’t like the fact that they had a non-finish to a PPV main event. For all of the people complaining about the people who are complaining about the non-finish, consider what your reaction would be had this been done at WrestleMania.

    With that said, however, it seems to be the most logical course of action to prolong the Daniel Bryan vs. Randy Orton program, and definitely preferable to Bryan winning only to have it taken away the next night on RAW as well as putting it on Orton if the plan is for Daniel Bryan to win it at Hell in a Cell. There just better not be another non-finish at Hell in a Cell.

  • Luan Mendonça Rodrigues

    I actually do like where this is going. Big Show is pissed and he’s destroying everyone in front of him. The match itself was not that great, as Orton cannot keep up with Bryan.
    Show was horrible, though.

  • Bob’s Diner

    I thought the ending was terrible and completely illogical. They are doing a great job of making a bad idea even worse with every PPV. Kind of ironic, given so many people have been acting like Triple H is the savior of the company and leading it in the right direction…

  • Tylerjcs

    Personally, I like the swerve they had, though I can see why everyone is upset. There should have been a winner. My friend that watched the PPV with me was very upset about the non-finish

  • Dustyn

    If Vickie ever worked in a doctors office or hospital, I can picture it now over the intercom: “Excuse Me!” lol

    • 1molly23

      She’d never make it.

  • @Funkatastic The Mike McCarthy

    I agree with what Richard said in his Richard Reacts. This was an F grade PPV, and truly felt ripped off. Now PPV’s are normally a buy-at-your-own-risk situation because it’s a lot of money to be paying and you can’t ask for a refund simply because it was a bad show. I think this is a perfect example of WWE over-thinking things, and this time they WAY over-though this one. Not only was it a bad PPV but it lacked logic, how is having a whole month without a WWE Champion “best for business” hopefully the corporation angle gets a lot further progression because the product is looking pretty bad right now.

    • Bob’s Diner

      Oh actually that is one thing we can take from the PPV – this new faction are called ‘The Authority’. Boy, they didn’t try to cram that our throats at all…

  • Guest

    It amazes me how terrible the writing team is for the WWE! I have been a fan for forty-six years and I haven’t seen story lines be so cheap. Who ever is signing off on these writers need to be FIRED!

  • Steven Anthony

    ADR vs. RVD was pretty good, and most of the Daniel Bryan vs. Randy Orton match leading up to the finish was good. When I saw the finish, I could not believe me eyes. It was totally nonsensical, lacked logic, had way too many moving parts, and was typical WWE Creative booking. I have been very critical of the Creative team in the last 2 months because they’re becoming lazy. It’s not even funny anymore. I will be at Raw in St. Louis next week. I’m hoping for a good show, but my expectations are low.

  • devin steele

    a waste of $45! the ppv sucked and the ending was meh and i won’t be ordering hell in a cell in 3 weeks either.

  • Me

    I feel like you should do an article abt the similarities between the current product and the things that were awful about wcw

    • Mike

      Apply cold water to burn!

  • Keven Bouchard

    that ppv is why I don’t buy them anymore. Why should I pay for something I can easily have for free on the internet…those 45$ are way better invested on a diner with my girlfriend…

    • Verne Gagne

      So true. HHH and Steph are the worst.
      He was always the weak link in the WWF.

  • Verne Gagne

    PPV can not end like this.
    Let Flair, Dusty or Hogan book for awile.

    • smark calloway

      that would end in tears ….and bruised egos verne. you know that . you worked with hulk back in the day and trained flair

  • Scott Davies

    If a non finish to build a story. I am fine with. The way they ended it just sucked. I think the match should have been a last man standing match. Where that ending would of made sense

  • _JIM_

    It’s sad, but every month, when I read the results on here, WWE seems to make me happy that I didn’t waste my money on their PPV. This time they REALLY made me glad I didn’t buy. You can’t have a non-finish in a main event that people had to pay to see. That’s just a no no that I thought WWE had figured out since there hasn’t been one in such a very long time. And they wonder why their audience numbers are dropping like a stone. Decisions like this have everything to do with it IMO.

  • J Sal

    As a wrestling fan, I’m burned out with this whole “storyline.” It’s to the point where I don’t care, as a fan. They’ve killed most of the momentum that Bryan has killed himself to sustain, they missed the boat with Henry being a legit heel a few months back, they’ve jobbed out the poor man’s HBK, Ziggler, our future World Champ can be easily mistaken for the second coming of the Brooklyn Brawler, Sandow, The SHIELD has become nothing more than a hood ornament for the smarks. WWE has buried their own product and unfortunately most fans have shelled out nearly $100 for 2 consecutive lackluster ppv’s.

    • Bob’s Diner

      I couldn’t agree with you more. And when there is no new main event talent, we’ll hear the same old argument that no one is stepping up when given the opportunity.

  • armando

    best wishes to Vickie I think its time for her to move on to other things.

  • Lebron James

    What a shitty business. People give their lives to it, and they still can’t retire from it in peace without having to work again. Congrats to Vickie still. I just hope someday these guys/girls get paid properly, so hopefully they don’t have to worry financially once they retire from a million dollar industry.

  • Charles

    Had Orton won it would’ve been because he cheated.
    Had Daniel Bryan won he would’ve just been stripped of the title hours later.
    This was the best finish they could have done under the circumstances of this terrible story line.