WWE Reviews, Sin Cara, Corre, WWE Draft and More!
by, 04-19-2011 at 04:06 AM (6121 Views)
Hey Splashers! I know there's no sub-title as usual. I'm just gonna talk on some random topics that has been catching my eye.
On Sin Cara
Sin Cara just doesn't seem to be cutting the mustard if you ask me. He's been in the WWE for several weeks, and every week he seems to have problems. The WWE spent an incredible amount of time promoting Sin Cara's debut, who is no stranger to the ring. His latest issue was tonight on Raw, where John Cena literally had to hold Sin Cara's hand, as he pointed to the corner for him to celebrate. If Sin Cara does not get with the program real fast, he could find himself as a stepping stone, or even worse..released.
On the WWE 2011 Draft
It's draft time! Next to WrestleMania this has become one of the most anticipated time in the WWE since it was first conceived in 2002. Now the biggest question is who is it going to effect? Here are a few names, that crossed my mind...
John Cena: Yeah right! The chances of "Super Cena" going to Smackdown! next week are slim to none. It would be a nice change, but I don't think they are going to move him.
The Corre: I think the Corre could definitely be affected by the draft. Who will go? That's another question. Considering most of the Corre was previously from RAW earlier this year, I would not be surprised if the only one to go from this bunch was 'Big Zeke'.
The NEW Nexus: The second group who could be affected by the draft. To be honest, any of these superstars are up for the switch. They could pick someone like Otunga who in recent weeks has lost him stardom. Or they might pick someone like Mason Ryan, who is has the potential to be a WWE Champion one day, but his scary resemblance to David Batista could kill his career before it begins. I truly hope he changes his appearance soon, in order to have his own persona, and not live in the shadow of another.
Bella Twins: I would really like to see the Bella Twins split up for a bit. I think it would help their career to act as a single entity, rather than the typical "switcheroo" duo.
Sin Cara: Considering everything I said before about him, It's a coin-toss at this point.
John Morrison: While Morrison just appeared to start a new feud with R-Truth, Morrison going to Smackdown could be a big move for his career. With Edge's sudden leave, Morrison could be in line for Smackdown's big "Baby Face" Champion.
On The WWE Re-Branding
So the WWE decided that they want to take "wrestling" out of it's name and will no long use "sports" in any of it's terms. Of course this political B.S. is being setup for Linda McMahon's next election run. Many would disagree with me, but there really is no other motive behind this change.
The bottom line is it really makes no difference. It's still WRESTLING! It was wrestling 50 years ago, it was wrestling when I watched RAW tonight (Some would disagree to that statement.), and it will be wrestling years from now. Yes the game has changed throughout the years, and it will continue to change. But it's still wrestling to me, and to millions of others. If you want to call it...whatever the P.C. term is. go right ahead.