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Cena heel turn only way to save this...
the amazing part was that that 4-5 minute stretch toward the end was actually not too bad......and then all of a sudden it was like they looked to the side and they signaled ok, "get it over with John" - and it was over just like that....
I thought it had bottom 5 potential as far as WM's go.....I think it is close
still time to hit him with the belt...
SCOTT HALL @SCOTTHALLNWO 6m
The 5th time you use your finish is a charm...
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Punk/Undertaker was high level professional wrestling. Rock/Cena was some weird mix of wrestling, action movie and Disney sports movie.
I mean you had to assume that coming in.
Clearly. Last year worked because of the spectacle, though. They made millions off this so good for them, but I think even they know this wasn't a critical success.
I hope that next years WM of Cena/taker and Rock/Brock is good
next year's main event : Backlund/Foley
More like PredictaMania. You'd think WWE would throw a curve ball and have Zigger cash in MITB against a hobbled Del Rio, but.....
Anyway, Punk/Taker stole the show. However, when all three of your main events feature part-timers, that certainly does not bode well for the future.
Just a very lame, disappointing Mania. And how in the hell is the IC title not defended on the actual show?
It's not bottom 5. The bottom 5 were truly truly dreadful Wrestlemanias. This wasn't truly dreadful. There wasn't an awful match on the card. There just weren't any great matches either. It was quite mediocre.
I said it was "close"....didnt say it was in it....but I knew going in the potential was there....your defenition of mediocre is hilarious. it wasn't even mediocre....you are easily entertained apparently....that works for you I guess....have fun with that...
Mediocre doesn't mean entertainment. At the same time, to be worse than mediocre, there has to be a match that's actually bad. What match was actually bad tonight?
My burning question: were there any Doink sightings?
Gotta say, it wasn't even that enjoyable being there. Obviously wrestling crowds are always fun, and we had a good time. But very disappointing especially the last 2 matches.
here is whats sad....that 5 minutes of the Ziggler/Del Rio match was as good as just about anything that happened yesterday.....that is hilarious....
Rock supposedly left town last minute and this whole show is a scramble. he was supposed to come out and get beat down by lesnar to set up next year.
Pro Wrestling Torch @PWTorch 5m
Ryback Shell-Shocks Cena to close Raw. Can that be considered a heel turn if 100 percent of the crowd cheers?
that raw was the best thing i've seen since the uncensored blurred lines music video
I don't know if Fandango is over, but his music sure is. His music is so over Vince would put a belt on it if he could
Have Dolph win the Money in the Bank, give him a bunch of bad losses over the next few months to put over other stars, finally have him cash in the money in the bank and win the title and show he is extremely over with the fans, then have him job to Swagger who isn't over at all the very next week.
"It's just so hard," Greivis said. "It's my heart, my love. Maryland made me who I am."
Last week may end up being the worst thing that could've possibly happened to Fandango.
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