They're never gonna make Cena a heel. Not for a long, long time at least. If anything just for the fact that of all the charity work he does. Especially the Make a Wish stuff. He loves doing it and if he turned heel I think it'd put a big dent in that. So of course Punk has to be the heel. And he'll be good at it. I think he's the most versatile, all round guy that WWE has right now.
I've never really got the love for Cena. He's a average in ring in my opinion and I think his personality is kinda played out. Not as over the top as when he first came in, but still. I think ten years is enough of this. If someone could maybe explain it for me?
I always wondered something about the charity work argument people bring up for not turning Cena heel. Hogan was a pretty big charity worker with the Make a Wish stuff in the 80's and 90's, if I remember correctly. I wonder if he was doing as much Make a Wish stuff when he turned heel as right before the turn, if there is even a way to look that kind of stuff up.
I know he was getting less and less popular with the regular fans but I always thought he was still big with the kids, at least from what I had seen/heard during the time period (I was pretty young myself and a huge Hogan fan). Just something I always wondered about.
More like they took the time to build him to become dominant, made sure we knew he was Superman, had him beat people that were more talented, more exposed, and more experienced than him in order to make him look stronger.
I.E. they built him. If they put the same effort and determination in getting a guy over as they did with that guy, and that guy stays healthy and shows some personality, that person will get over.
Daniel Bryan : currently Face/Heel ? Chris Jericho : currently Face/Heel ?
Bryan: Heel. Though this might have to be reconsidered if he's going to feud with Charlie Sheen.
Jericho: Face. At least for the duration of the feud with Ziggler. Jericho hasn't had many lengthy face runs over the last couple years.
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They focused more on wrestling, longer matches, I actually thought it was done well. Bryan's stuff was fine for what it was. I will say it ended weak with Punk doing the Stereotypical heel thing.
I think the show could have used a few less recaps, but it was all right. Punk's opening promo was good, and I would have been content if they had just ended the show after the attack. But him coming back out to shout at AJ? Yeah, full-blown egocentric heel turn. Kind of disappointing in that respect.
And what have they done with Brock Lesnar ? I know he debuted by F5'ing Cena, and now he's fighting HHH but what happened in between ?
Basically he got beat by Cena at the PPV (No way out I believe? ) after pretty much destroying Cena the whole time, but you know Super Cena came through
Then he feuded with WWE over his contract (he wasnt happy with his original one)and so heI started demanding things like using the personal jet and having Raw be renamed to Raw Starring Brock Lesnar or something like that. John Laurentis agreed to the demands, but Triple H came out and stated that Brocks original contract was more then fair. He threatened if they didnt meet his demands he wouldnt show up anymore and basically quit. So HHH basically started calling Brock out for being a quitter and even mentioned UFC pissed off Lesnar. So he and HHH started fighting and he "broke HHH arm with his sig sumbission (name slips my mind)" but he used it on Cena also.
And since then basically HHH has wanted revenge and here we are he wants to "fight" Brock Lesnar at SS. The reason you have been seeing Paul Heyman a lot is due to the fact the Brock's real contract has him limited on appearances, soo to stretch it out they use Heyman to help keep his story going.
Someone will clear up any miscues I have typed or said I am sure
Anyone think Kane Undertaker will come around to win tag titles and make them legit again?
Nah. That was just a special thing for Raw 1,000. I wouldn't expect to see Taker again until February rolls around.
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Anyhoo, Tensai's in trouble for his first tout. Dubya Dubya Eee deleted it, but it migrated to the tubes.
Between AW's rape joke and Albert's racial humor, I'd say there's gonna be some future endeavoring going down. It's interesting how times have changed, since if these went down during the Attitude Era, this would be completely acceptable.
By the way, they announced the new GM of Smackdown: