If Triple H feels he will wrestle when needed, is that what he feels he is needed for? A feud with Kevin Nash? Wouldn't it make more sense to have Hunter help put over some of the younger talent?
Triple H made the comment he would wrestle when needed and while I think I understand his point, he left it wide open. Given the "does he have a pulse?" angle they did on last night's Raw Supershow, it looks like they plan on programming Hunter and Kevin Nash for a match at Survivor Series. I've been a loud critic against Kevin Nash getting a singles match in WWE and it should be noted nothing has been made official.
Why is WWE using The Rock at Survivor Series to team with John Cena and face Awesome Truth? Couldn't WWE find a more suitable opponent for The Rock?
The Rock competing before Wrestlemania XXVIII next year is a mistake. While it increases the interest in Survivor Series, I feel it hurts Wrestlemania and makes his return in the main event against John Cena "less special." The Miz and R-Truth have a tremendous opportunity and hopefully it will help them so using The Rock is not a complete waste. For more on why I am against The Rock working before Wrestlemania, you can read a lengthy piece I wrote about it at this link. It's also worth noting the original plan, according to WWE, was to have The Rock in a Traditional 5-on-5 Survivor Series match.
Seriously can the WWE not write decent storylines or events anymore? Big Show gets superplexed by Mark Henry and the ring breaks. The whole thing was nearly a exact copy of when Big Show and Brock Lesnar did it. Does WWE think we are idiots?
There are some things that can be replicated and still have a positive effect and I feel having the ring break is one of those things. It's not every day it happens and the incident involving Big Show and Lesnar was seven or eight years ago. Try not to be overly critical of the product because if you start hating everything that is done more than once you'll find out that most things have been done before.
Would you agree that Daniel Bryan is the weakest wrestler ever to win the Money in the Bank briefcase, and there is no way this guy will ever hold a World Heavyweight championship? If did he ever win, it would be the shortest reign.
Daniel Bryan's WWE career has already been filled with many ups and downs. When WWE put him over for the Smackdown Money in the Bank briefcase back in July I hoped it was part of a plan to elevate him. So far, he's actually regressed in status and was reduced to putting Wade Barrett over in a dark match prior to Sunday's WWE Vengeance pay-per-view. We can only hope there's a "big picture" push for Bryan but I am not overly optimistic.
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