why everybody talking shit about mania. Its looking really good, theres an awesome, never before seen encounter between ADR and Swagger, with a good build up if i might add, with what happened to ADR's ring announcer on Monday. Triple H v.s. Brock Lesnar is working out this time around, last time it was just boring, with cheesy headlines, this time, they are having all out brawls, triple h kicking heyman's ass, and much more. Mark Henry v.s. Ryback may be about getting Ryback an OMG! moment, but its going to be a good match non-the-less. Hell No v.s. Dolph and Big E Langston, should be great too, having D-bry v.s. Dolph is always good for business, and having Kane in their to counteract Big E is good too, because we get to see his debut, and get to judge him, and the IWC loves to judge people .
Taker v.s. CM Punk should be an awesome match as well, and for people saying that Punk doesn't look strong enough to win, maybe your right, but most people over the years have not looked good enough to beat Taker. It will be a classic, whether its predictable or not. John Cena v.s. The Rock may be a repeat of an utterly boring match last year, but everything deserves a second chance, just shut up, and watch, you might be suprised, the WWE has thrown a lot of curveballs in the past year or so. Chris Jericho's match is the only one that is shaping up to be a dissapointment, by no means whatsoever should Jericho be facing someone like Fandangoo, who the creative team is booking poorly. Shield v.s. Randy Orton, Sheamus, and obviously Big Show is shaping up quite nicely, despite the incessant need to ruin a good thing by booking 3 v.s. 3 over and over again, but i am excited for this match non-the-less, mainly for Randy Orton being in it. This Mania is shaping up really nicely, i am over-excited, and am ready to watch it, since especially this is my first time watching a ppv live. 5 months of saving up money pays off in a big way in just under 3 weeks.