Raw 1000? Will it live up to the hype?
Good question because there sure has been a lot of hype. I think the only thing that will keep it from happening is if creative gets too cute. If they don't, it should be a very good show. They have enough set up for it to be. If they overbook it and/or spend too much time putting themselves over it will be a problem. I hope that isn't the case.
Do you think with Dolph Ziggler winning MITB that WWE creative is finally putting in more notice to the younger talent? What I mean is if Ziggler wins the title will that open the doors for people like Cody Rhodes, Wade Barrett, Zack Ryder etc.?
Given the way creative has killed the momentum of so many young guys I will have to be shown that they have turned over a new leaf before I believe it. Hell, even on the night Ziggler won the briefcase he ate a Brogue Kick and the next night on Raw he munched on a Codebreaker. That doesn't make me think WWE is becoming young-guy friendly in their philosophy. WWE desperately needs a youth movement but until they commit to it, I won't believe they will actually do it.
Was that the real plan for Cena to win? He was having trouble making the brief case reach Show, and it didnt' seem like he was actually ready for it to break, he was even saying something that looked like "Accident, handle broke off" before he stuck it in his pocket.
Cena was supposed to win. He wasn't supposed to yank the briefcase away, but he did. I find it amazing that Chris Jericho could put all of his weight on it, but Cena couldn't keep the clasp from coming off when he had it in his hands.
I hate Nickelback. Can you please tell me if Raw will finally have a new theme song for the 1000th episode?
I haven't heard that they are. You may have more hate in your future.
OK, please share your opinion - will WWE let CM Punk finally lose his WWE title at Raw 1000th an end his long reign? I hope not but fear, it will happen.
In my opinion, and it's just that, I think the best thing to do is have Cena cash in and not win the Title. For one thing, he doesn't need the title. For another, someone has to be the first one to cash in and not win and he is the perfect guy to do it since it won't hurt him a bit to lose. They could have whoever his next program is going to be cost him the title and then he moves on from there. That is what makes the most sense to me.
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