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SHOULD IT BE CENA VS. LESNAR AT SUMMERSLAM, WHEN SHOULD STING DEBUT AND AGAINST WHO, THE RETURN OF ENHANCEMENT TALENT AND MORE

By Dave Scherer on 2014-07-20 09:59:00

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Since the main event spoiler of Brock vs SuperCena has been leaked, neither had anything to gain from beating the other unless we go back in history to Extreme Rules 2012. Wouldn't it make more sense to have Roman Reigns vs. Brock Lesnar? Makes Reigns a bigger star if the belt is put on him and if he were to beat Brock, Reigns gets the rub off of beating the guy who beat the Undertaker. If not that than what's the point if doing this match again? Have SuperCena win so he can get the rub off of beating the guy who beat the Undertaker? I'm just tired of Cena always winning and I don't think I stand alone with that statement.

I hear ya on that. I have no problem with Cena, and he has earned his spot, but at this point, like I say all the time, any match he is in is a main event. He doesn't need the Title. And he doesn't need to work with Brock either. Those are two "made" guys and they could help make new talent if they were used that way. Now, if they have Brock destroy Cena, hold the Title for a while and then lose it to Reigns at WrestleMania, that would be fine. But it would take WWE breaking their pattern of giving Cena his heat back immediately whenever someone gets the better of him for that to happen. That is something they haven't shown a propensity to want to do. Also to be fair, they are trying to sell Network subscriptions so their mindset is to go with the "biggest match".

Do you think they should use properly trained non-debuted NXT talent as jobbers, instead of the main roster guys? Personally, it feels like more than half the main roster does nothing but job. Which has to hurt their drawing power and the predictability of a match. It would give them an opportunity to look stronger and the NXT talent some experience. They could rotate out. Then they could go back build a gimmick and debut on NXT.

I really don't, no. You can't go back to the old era of jobbers. NBC Universal pays too much for the programming rights. Honestly, I think that if more time was spent on the booking of the undercard, it wouldn't be an issue. They could keep guys somewhat strong instead of making them out to be losers.

So let's say Sting does indeed return to the ring for WWE; who does he face, when does he do it, and how do you bring him in?

I have him face The Undertaker at WrestleMania next year. If that goes well, and he still has something left in the tank, I would then use him strategically after that. WWE will only get one first match from him and that should be on the biggest show of the year. Plus, if he debuts before that and the match is only OK, it will kill a lot of the buzz he would have had going for him.

Where has Rey Mysterio been? Why is he not being used by WWE?

As usual, he is out hurt. WWE can't push him when he can't get healthy. His body has broken down a lot over the last few years.

Are there any plans of making a forum on this site? Where fans can reply to other fans questions?

No there are not. Honestly, I have seen things that people write in the follow up sections on other sites and I just don't want to have to deal with the aggravation that comes with it. I know a lot of people do it for extra ad impressions but it's just not worth it to me.

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