Is Sheamus’ current push proof that WWE can make anyone look like a million bucks if they give a guy a consistent enough push? I remember how bad he looked during that point in time last year his contract was up for renewal and wondered if he’d ever recover!
Anyone? No, they couldn't make me look like a WWE star! And seriously, some guys just don't have the whole package to be a true top guy. With that said, I get your point. If WWE gets behind guys and actually pushes them properly, they absolutely can get them over. It's just a matter of them committing to it and sticking with it.
Is it just me, or do others find it odd how Michael Cole is now speaking so well of Daniel Bryan? Especially since Lawler has not said anything about it?
Odd? No, it's the WWE way! They change up things all the time and don't explain why to the viewers. Look at the Anonymous Raw General Manager for example. It was the focal point of the show for months and then it just ended, no resolution or explanation. I guess WWE doesn't feel that we are smart enough to pay attention and thus don't deserve to have things make sense. Actually, once Bryan turned I expected Cole to jump on his bandwagon immediately. It shocked me it took as long as it did.
Are there any plans about making Brodus’ fly girls in to wrestling divas?
Right now, no because they have a spot with him, such as it is. And given the state of the divas division, why would they want to wrestle anyway? They have been trained, at least in the basics in FCW so if/when the situation arises, they should be able to work.
First, great job on all the updating during this hectic time in the business you guys always seem to exceed all our expectations! My question is regarding Alberto del Rio, why did the WWE opt out of using him on the Wrestlemania Card?
Thanks for the kind words. Given that they want to give him a big push upon his return from injury, WWE made the decision to keep him off of the card because had he gotten on it his would have been in a throwaway position. Apparently they felt that was fine for The Miz however!
Question for you: There is the long standing well know “X-Pac Heat” that Sean Waltman’s career is known for. At this point, should we consider a similar honor for “Cena Heat”. Watching the promo from the 3/26 Raw, it struck me: Cena has gotten the same reaction from the fans (60/40) for at least 5 years now. There is realistically nothing that will change the fans opinion. He could kill the Easter bunny and he would continue to get a mixed response. That in some ways is a testimate to Cena and his ability to no matter what, be one of the polarizing figures in WWE history. Thoughts?
First of, Waltman would have loved to get the reactions that Cena does. A lot of fans genuinely love Cena and spend tons on his merchandise. With that said, I do think Cena could win over at least some of the fans that hate him if he carried himself like he did during last summer's feud with CM Punk. What drives a lot of people crazy about him is that he often says dopey things, no-sells finishing moves or smiles when he should be mad and vice versa. If he changed that and worked his ass off in matches, I think some of his haters would show him respect, much like they did for a few months last summer.
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