I'll have my card up similar to this within the next 24 hours. Not the best card bro, (just one man's opinion.)
Ziggler has his title match this Sunday. He won't win MITB. Prior to his victory on Raw, I would say yes, he'll likely win. But now, not likely at all.
Alberto Del Rio is out for a long time. We might not see him again this year. Hopefully, NEVER.
Antonio Cesaro? Really?
Justin Gabriel and Damien Sandow? I don't think so.
Submissions Only Iron Man Match? Um....probably gotta pick one.
I know this is how you would book it...but it's not too likely to happen. Not a sucky card. But not one that would have me hurrying to buy it either.
Here are my thoughts. i agree with the Raw MITB match. I see Jericho feuding with Sheamus, not ADR as TGO said, ADR is out for a bit. I don't see the GM/#1 contendership match happening. I think if Wade Barrett isn't back from injury, then whoever they give the MITB case to will just be a filler until Barrett comes back. I could see Wade challenger whoever holds it, to win it, and then go on to become WHC.
cena #1 contender again? sheesh
I believe Del Rio will be out for a while won't he? I don't believe Vince wants to come back full-time on Raw. Big Johnny or Cena will be fired according to the stipulation at No Way Out.
I think Cena would turn heel at WM if at all and would need to stay on message with HUSTLE LOYALTY RESPECT. Which he could easily say Rock does not exemplify in any way. All for the Rock beat down, but to really put over a Cena heel turn...? He's gotta take out Foley rather than Piper at WM and then maybe they do another Piper's Pit the night after Mania where Piper says he's proud of Cena for finally showing who he is/couldn't have done it better himself (as Piper is one of the greatest heels in history)... and Piper eats an AA for it.
I agree...it's time for Cena to turn heel...however...the WWE needs to do this right...in a lot of ways it's got to be some sort of shocker like when Hogan went heel in WCW. For Hogan...that was the best thing he could have done for his career at the time.
It has to be done right and carefully. While Hogan was the Face of all Faces for the longest time, it was all about Hulkamania, take your vitamins, say your prayers, etc. Cena is in a position that does a lot of good and tackles real social issues of the day. Rise Above Hate, Make a Wish Foundation, etc. that both he and the WWE promote heavily and for good reason.
If you turn him just to turn him, the fans will be insulted...as in "really...this is how you went about doing this?". And if you turn him it's got to be in a way that does not attack or take the message away from the good things that have been done (and should continue to do) for all the good work he has done with these charities.
I look back at the Bret Hart situation when he turned heel and did the Canada vs. USA thing. I loved The Hitman and always will. But when that happened it was simply not believable because we all knew Bret...we knew his history…what he stood for…where he came from and who his family was. The WWE simply had to turn him heel so he could leave for WCW. It was a crappy story line for the Hitman character...they simply did not do it right...and in my humble opinion...I don't think anyone enjoyed booing Bret Hart.
Cena needs a heel turn...but they need to do it right...not a build up...he's got to "rise above" all of this...make it seem to the fan base it's not getting to him and then let it go...for now. Make it seem like the heel turn idea has been abandoned.
Then he should come into Wrestlemania...defeat The Rock in a not so fair manner, start beating the crap out of The Rock after the bell, have Piper come in and try to stop him...then Cena just loses it and really beat the snot out of Piper...a HOF Legend. Taking out both The Rock and Piper in that manner, at the Wrestlemania is the best thing he can do if he wants to turn heel.
I think this approach legitimizes the story line a bit. He and The Rock both have a beef…and Cena has basically had enough of taking the shots The Rock has sent across his bow over the past year. He’s had enough of The Rock slamming him to the mat out of nowhere. He’s had enough of the fans cheering for a guy (The Rock) who has done nothing but insult and disrespect Cena, while all the while Cena has tried to break bread with the guy and try to make things right. So he snaps at Wrestlemania and takes out The Rock…and I mean takes him out of action for a while. The Rock needs to get his a$$ beat badly for this to look legit.
Then you throw Piper into the mix after The Rock beat down…after Cena takes out The Most Electrifying Man in Entertainment, Piper comes out to praise Cena and say something like “Ya see? I told ya so” or “No…this is wrong…this was not the way to go about this…”. Then Cena drops Piper…badly.
This does two things….first it gives the heel turn a little more legit stature…second it opens up several story line possibilities for afterward.
Just my thoughts…I’d love to hear back from you all to see what you think..!
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