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Plans Changed For WrestleMania Main Event?

At this moment, the WWE have changed their plans for the WrestleMania main event. Right now, they are currently going with a triple threat match of Roman Reigns vs. Daniel Bryan vs. Brock Lesnar for the World Heavyweight Championship. Despite reports of Vince not wanting to repeat last year's event with a triple threat match, he has recently reconsidered due to the overwhelming crowd support for Bryan.

Credit Dave Meltzer, Wrestling Observer Radio



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Comments

  1. They have to have Bryan win, then Rollins cashes in on Bryan.

    The fans salty rage filled tears would be delicious.

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  2. if this is true then Vince's steadfast refusal to repeat last year sure didn't last long at all.

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  3. Argh, I'm so angry in advance! Damn you!

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  4. Meltzer has been ALL over the place lately.

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  5. I actually don't think people would be upset by that.


    The most upsetting thing to people if WWE was looking to troll its fans would be after all this Roman goes over both Brock and Bryan strong with no real character change, or change in direction and you still end up with vanilla Roman Reigns as the face of the company the night after Mania.

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  6. I think creatively they're all over the place, and that's gonna be reflected in what he's told.

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  7. Hey Art, guess what?

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  8. Roman wins, Rollis cashes in.


    Does that turn Rollins face?

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  9. There's a way to do that, and to make it work.

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  10. Now it's settled. These are the plans. Unless they change. Which they could.

    It's probably hell being a wrestling reporter nowadays.

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  11. I think he's just covering all of his bases.

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  12. There is always a plan B.

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  13. I'm Paul Bearer and You're Not!!!

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  14. I think fans would absolutely be pissed at Bryan being cheated out of another title reign.

    And that's why I want to see it. Obviously Bryan, while not a saviour of anything, is the best choice out of the four as champ... but that'd be a fucking historic 'what the fuck?' moment for the ages, to see them end Mania with Bryan laid out and Rollins getting 'YOU MOTHERFUCKER' heat.

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  15. LOL how did they not put that on a million T-Shirts!?

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  16. I think he;s just being realistic. I've heard these are the plans. But you know what WWE is like. He'd be silly to go out there and say anything is for definite these days.

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  17. So Dave shouldn't report changes?

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  18. Maybe you're right, but to me if you're that upset by that, you're on some level just a Bryan mark.


    Bryan had his WrestleMania moment. How many guys get two? A Rollins heel title run would be really fun and it's not like you can say the guy doesn't deserve it, or isn't a good enough worker, or is a bad personality.


    I would be totally on board with it as long as the execution is good.

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  19. Reigns wins. Rollins cashes in. Ambrose runs down. The Shield reforms - this was their plan all along. Then merge them with The Wyatts to form 'The Wylds' and there you go, a super stable for Bryan to face that's actually capable of good matches.

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  20. I have to borrow your second line up above.. Apologies.

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  21. How so? Watch RAW and they seemingly are booking things on the fly. Vince did not understand the backlash of Reigns winning the RR at first and apparently is on the fence about pulling the trigger. Makes sense to me.

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  22. If Vince changes his mind, its Meltzer's fault I guess?

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  23. That seriously would make the company millions. I've been thinking about that at various times and will legit lol.

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  24. TNA Fanboys salty rage filled tears are delicious.


    -Dave Meltzer.


    :)

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  25. No. Dave shouldn't report what is happening. He should just close up shop.

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  26. Who would align with Bryan then? Orton? Cena?

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  27. It's certainly a ballsy move. And Rollins ducking Bryan until Summerslam does write itself. You can even have Rollins enter MITB to make sure no-one gets the briefcase to cash it in.

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  28. I posted it in the other thread, so I'll do the short version.


    Roman turns heel at Mania, joins the Authority, wins the belt.


    Bryan vs. Roman the next two PPVs. Roman beats him both times.

    While that's going on, Rollins starts to get mad that the Authority passed over him and made a deal with Roman. Triple H keeps telling him to wait and he'll get his shot.


    Rollins decides he's had enough and cashes in after the second Bryan/Reigns match, ruining the Authority's plans and that turns him full babyface.

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  29. And that'll make TNA NUMBER ONE! WWE, HACK-PHTOOEY!

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  30. After the Rumble, it was Reigns vs. Lesnar, then it was Reigns vs. Lesnar guaranteed, Vince not budging on Bryan, now it's a triple threat even though he reported Vince doesn't want a triple threat.


    He contradicts himself all the time now.

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  31. Me and Rock loved it when he first said it because it came out of left field and we assumed it was just a bad ad lib from him because he saw a camera in his face and panicked. But he said it again! They actually tried to get it over as a catchphrase!

    "I'm Paul Bearer and you're not!"

    --as every WWF fan says in unison "thank god for that shit"

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  32. I doubt he comes back.

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  33. And stop mooching off of tabloid readers.

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  34. Likely he won't, but still surprised they didn't have Batista/Bryan team-up as a weird 'Drax/Rocket' expy friendship. That shit would be money.

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  35. I can confirm Dave did actually say this though. Often times Meltzer gets shit for saying things he never actually said.

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  36. You can defend him here but how can you defend Melzter not giving either Shawn/Taker Mania match *****!? Hmmm?

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  37. That Bryan news is going to give me an extra kick to my step today! Got some extra swag today.

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  38. I agree that it is a good idea. It could carry them through the Summer then a split leading to a big match would be fun.

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  39. I thought that extra swag came from knowing that you're paul bearer and I'm not?

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  40. What did he give it?

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  41. Thanks to MikeyMike I'm gonna laugh all morning about that damn Paul Bearer line. He turns on his friend of 6 years and THATS the first thing he says!? It gets better and more ludicrous the more I consider it.

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  42. Eh, anything 1/2* of less might as well be the same. That doesn't bother me.

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  43. The second one is most definitely not even that. Taker's early leg injury threw that match off just enough, although the two did still clear ****... I'd say 4 1/4-4 /2 is a fair call.

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  44. haha what is that from? Summerslam 96?

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  45. I think that's correct. It seems like a one liner but then he said it at another ppv!

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  46. You heard the man. Both got ****3/4. I can defend the poor guy getting whiplash trying to keep up with their booking, I can live with the Japanese fetish but 1/4* off for those classics? I cannot abide.

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  47. Mania 26 is a hard ***** for me. The story is perfect even if the work doesn't match the insane work from the previous year.

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  48. Yes. As he's walking down the aisle with Mankind after betraying Undertaker he looks into a nearby camera and says "I'm Paul Bearer and you're not!"

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  49. Senile Wrestling Promoter Indecisive

    There. That's the Wrestlemania build.

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  50. Actually, the absolute maximum trollage for Mania would be.


    Triple Threat is an elimination match.
    Reigns spears Bryan and elimnates him within five minutes.
    Reigns beats Brock clean
    Rollins cashes in, he catches a spear, Roman beats him too.

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  51. You've got an excuse for everything. Well I don't buy it and I won't stand for it. Meltzer done messed up.

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  52. ****3/4 and ***** is barely a difference at all. Its not like he is TJ Hawke from 411 giving Savage/Steamboat from WM III ***1/4.

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  53. Senile SPORTS ENTERTAINMENT Promoter Indecisive



    <\i> Fixed that for you.

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  54. Good job. Jerry Flynn had a good walking-back-down-the-aisle-after-the match-nearby-camera line on one Nitro when he said "Now that's how you take care of Ernest fucking Miller" then winced like he realised he might be fired as soon as he got backstage.

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  55. In happier news I watched the 1988 Rumble show last night. Rude/Steamboat was duller than dishwater but the ladies match is alright and the Rumble is good. Plus the Andre/Hogan contract signing is quality.

    *choosing to ignore bench press sham because I skipped it.

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  56. Yes, Vince does contradict himself all the time now, you're correct.

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  57. I have never seen anything like this. Two straight years the fans have overrun Vince McMahon, it's crazy. Maybe Randy Savage? But Vince seemed happy to push him, so I don't know.

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  58. That's why Senile Vince is the best angle they're not doing at the moment.


    Have him pitch all his crazy shit on camera AS a senile old promoter and have Triple H/Stephanie try and figure out how to take care of the Vince problem.

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  59. Honestly, the best finish would be Brock retaining the title and Rollins cashing on in Lesnar.

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  60. You don't have time to watch Dino Bravo lift the same thing over and over for 30 straight minutes? Your commitment to this 80s WWF project is weak.

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  61. The Royal Rumble winner hasn't had a clean shot at the WWE Title since 2009.

    2015: Reigns wins, puts his shot on the line against Daniel Bryan
    2014: Batista wins, match turns into a Triple Threat.
    2013: Cena wins, puts his shot on the line against CM Punk
    2012: Sheamus wins, chooses WHC match
    2011: Del Rio wins, chooses WHC match
    2010: Edge wins, chooses WHC match

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  62. You abandoned your WWF 80's project in record fashion so zip it pal!

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  63. Speaking of chronological viewing, Mikey you still going through February PPV or you bail on that?

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  64. But what about Sheamus? Who is he supposed to face at wrestlemania?

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  65. Was going to call you the other Bodydonnas name but I couldn't remember it.

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  66. You shut your mouth! I actually watched the first SNME today! It was a really fun show. The Piper/Orndorf segment was awesome.

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  67. Skip it, pal!

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  68. Go for it. I stole it from South Park. Cartman is a boss.

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  69. Yeah a lot of those early SNME were really fun and breezed by.

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  70. Wow. Talk about begging your customers to go away and never return. That scenario might get it done

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  71. Damn it all. That would've worked so good. Bad start to my day and the forecast for the rest isn't Sunny.

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  72. I guess that is correct, but then what happens when it ends up being Reigns vs. Lesnar with no Bryan? Does Meltzer say Vince changed his mind again or does he do the "I told you so" referencing his newsletter from January?

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  73. Bailed on it after 05 lol. I have more fun watching these PPVs with you guys.

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  74. I like WWE and TNA.....

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  75. BUT THE ROMAN EMPIRE, MAGGLE!!!!!


    THE PAX ROMANA OF THE WWE!!!!!

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  76. Heath Slater. With Eva Marie as special referee.

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  77. Do people not tell him what is going on and just let it happen? Or are they telling him but he just laughs it off until it comes true?

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  78. I think the three way is the best way to go in order for fans not to shit on the main event, but instead of repeating things like last year with Bryan winning, you have Reigns turn heel, aligns with Heyman and he'd be the biggest heel in the company. Then you can have Bryan chase the title.

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  79. It had a great opening six man, the Hulk/Orton match was decent, and it had Vince saying "Alrrriiight mother Bertha, getting down with the dog!"

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  80. Leading to a title match at Extreme Rules for Kane.

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  81. It's not bad, however if that is the path, I would like to see Rollins in that main heel role

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  82. Roman Reigns is the third wheel in that match.Take him out and slot him against Rollins instead.

    I doubt there is a wrestling fan who doesn't want to see Lesnar vs. Bryan.

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  83. I think fans are getting kind of sick of watching Bryan chase the title for months. That story already happened. I'd rather them just put the title on him and let him defend it until Summerslam at least.

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  84. Well Triple H was still blaming "heel town Philly" as recently as the Stone Cold podcast.


    So yeah, I think they shield Vince from things he doesn't want to hear.

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  85. Vince reportedly wrote Roman's promos and thought they would get him over the top and ready for the strap at Mania and I guess finally came to the realization that it was not working.

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  86. Stranger in the AlpsFebruary 9, 2015 at 7:27 AM

    Rare daytime appearance, as I'm waiting to drive Mrs. Stranger to her doc appointment.


    I'm with Vince on this one. I wouldn't really want to run a triple threat match for a second straight year. I'm either all in with Roman Reigns or I'm pulling the plug until AFTER Wrestlemania. Vince is obviously kinda sorta second guessing his Reigns love, so the right thing to do would be to cave in to the fans, give them Bryan vs. Brock, have Reigns turn heel out of jealousy, he beats Bryan at Extreme Rules or SummerSlam.

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  87. Who can stop Roman Reigns? He's on a roll!


    Wait...that's gotta be....that's gotta be KANE!

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  88. Add Rollins and make it a 4 way! A FATAL FOUR WAY

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  89. I figured. You got pretty quiet about your progress.

    It's funny how a bunch of people have rallied around ROCK's PPV viewing schedule lol.

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  90. I think if you give Bryan the gold he needs to run with it until SummerSlam

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  91. Watch Vince finally get the message, book an epic year long story for Bryan culminating at Wrestlemania 32, only for fans to get sick of him and start booing the shit out of Bryan by February.

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  92. The story of Bryan getting the belt back after winning the Rumble would have been so much better from the get-go. Then build up Reigns for the 2016 RR win and belt at WM 32.

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  93. I gained new appreciation for Hogan watching those SNME because most of his defenses are fun. Even against slugs.

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  94. I kind of assume no matter who wins they're not holding it past Payback due to Rollins MITB.


    Doesn't it have to be cashed before the next MITB? Or is that going to be another conveniently ignored rule by WWE?

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  95. Vince doesn't want the fans to revolt at Mania. That would kill Reigns.

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  96. That's the ticket. Want to get fans to boo Bryan? Push the HELL out of him.

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  97. This is exactly how I feel. They could slowly build up Reigns' heel turn by having him team with Bryan against the Authority until around Summerslam when Reigns flips out and beats up Bryan at like the July PPV. Reigns' promo calling the fans stupid for not cheering for him so he joined the bad side. Make Reigns the new Corporate Champion beating Bryan at Summerslam.

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  98. Want fans to boo Bryan? Push the HELL out of him AND have him do everything Cena does.

    FTFY

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  99. Aye. Bad crowd at the Rumble or on Raw is one thing. But you can't have a BAD Wrestlemania moment.

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  100. Wake up Vince. Reigns is no where near ready, and no matter how much you shove him down our throats, that point doesn't change. Putting him in the match is going to do nothing but hurt him.

    As I've said before. Put Bryan over Lesnar and give him a run with the belt for a year. Not half assed one either. Go all in. If he succeeds that means YOU have made money, if he fails then you can say "See, I told you so". It's really a win win for you.

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  101. Rumble next year: either

    a) have Bryan win it
    b) have him in the title match

    It's because people want to see Bryan v Brock. A three way is lame, but fine.

    I'd have Bryan win it at wrestlemania. Rollins comes out to cash in, but reigns spears him to stop it (though the bell doesn't ring so he has the briefcase still). You then have the fans cheering Roman and Bryan as they celebrate together

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  102. I didn't give you permission to fix anything for me!

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  103. The whole Bryan thing is badly tainted by his mistreatment at the Rumble.

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  104. YEAH-TIS-TA! YEAH-TIS-TA! YEAH-TIS-TA!

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  105. If Reigns wins the Triple Threat that's exactly what will happen to close the show.


    The Mania crowd booed Mysterio winning the year he won because they were all in on Angle. Once they decide on their guy, they're going to torch anyone else winning, and there's no chance they don't align almost entirely behind Bryan.

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  106. I'm up to the Main Event in my WWF viewing. Andre/Hogan II! I've seen it before but I wouldn't live with myself skipping one of the biggest cards ever.

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  107. In related news, Vince McMahon just realised yesterday WWE's stock has dropped about 50% since WrestleMania XXX.

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  108. 6 months of a fighting champion run.

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  109. Have Reigns win the title in the semi-main event and have something else close the show.

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  110. Says he changes his mind. Vince books the WWE, not Meltzer.

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  111. I was watching a version I had on my PC, and it had the original music on it. I think you said it when you watched it, but Eye Of The Tiger was so good as Hogans theme.

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  112. Randy Orton looks like he worked Kane on house shows this weekend.

    Could we really be getting an Orton/Kane Mania match? What year is this??

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  113. Plan is still Orton/Rollins.

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  114. A tweet I read from yesterday:

    "Nick & Bryan Show @TheNBShow · 20h20 hours ago

    Daniel Bryan visited a children's hospital and hosted a trivia game with ALL 12 floors.

    Figure we should tell you since WWE won't."

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  115. What's with this sudden flurry of Fuji Vice activity? Is the Blog of Doom getting cold feet over pushing Abeyance?

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  116. That's the exactly the type of stuff they should be promoting. Its great press.

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  117. Aww you lucky bastard! I grew up hearing Real American but I heard him enter to Eye of the Tiger for a House show match against John Studd on YouTube and it brings so much electricity.

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  118. But they won't because it'll get Bryan over even more. So sad how petty WWE is sometimes.

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  119. Find out tonight on BoD RAW!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  120. They wouldn't even promote his stuff with the SF Giants or Seahawks. Hell, even the Michigan St. game last year. ESPN even does it for that.

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  121. Sufferin Succotash, son!

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  122. Bryan is mega over right now, imagine how much money they COULD be making off this guy if they promoted his appearances outside of wrestling and booked him well.

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  123. Then put a McMahon in every corner.

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  124. So, if the plan is Bryan/Reigns/Lesnar, then what happens at Fastlane in the Bryan vs. Reigns match to make this happen?

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  125. Big Show comes to the ring, knocks them both out, and the show closes with his music playing with no result announced for the main event.

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  126. Lesnar kills both to prove a point, Heyman laughs.


    WHO CAN STOP THE BEAST INCARNATE! WHAT WILL HAPPEN AT WRESTLEMANIA!

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  127. Extant1979 - Mr. Cable AccessFebruary 9, 2015 at 7:40 AM

    Good grief. The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. Hopefully, if they ARE resigned to changing their plans, they go all-out and do Lesnar-Bryan one-on-one, because I think it's the match that everyone wants to see.


    Also, The New York Daily News did a story on the Grammy Awards last night, comparing some of the fashions at the show to similar wears. One of the Kardashians was compared to the Nature Boy. It's weird seeing Ric on the front page in one of his gold robes...

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  128. He is a great guy by all accounts and the YES chant is everywhere. How the fuck are they not making as much as possible with that. Vince loves guys who move merch and they aren't milking this for all they can? It makes no sense.

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  129. Aye, it's pretty cool. JYD coming to another one bites the dust was cool as well. I presume that was changed as well.

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  130. Last few weeks aside, I was really hoping for a Brock/Cena/Reigns/Bryan four-way. Elimination style, of course.


    The unstoppable beast heel, the decade-long top face, the hand-picked successor, and the man of the people. It's perfect.

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  131. Extant1979 - Mr. Cable AccessFebruary 9, 2015 at 7:41 AM

    Bryan puts Reigns in the YES! Lock, Reigns rolls him over. Ref counts three as Reigns taps. Classic conundrum!

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  132. To even it out though, the video quality was horrendous.

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  133. Old WWE would do the ref counts the pin with both guys' shoulders down disputed finish.

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  134. Wouldn't be shocked if that was the case.

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  135. christopher joeckelFebruary 9, 2015 at 7:41 AM

    If anyone had been paying attention the last 2 weeks, they have been booking DB super strong, they have been booking him like he's going to wrestlemania and win the title.......with Wins over Kane, Rollins, then the handicap match. All during the same time, Reigns is stuck in 50/50 hell with the Freaking Big Show

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  136. Still can't believe they were dumb enough to make the same mistake 2 years in a row. Would be funny if it wasn't so tragic

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  137. To Be Fair though, whenever they mention Cena visiting kids or soldiers whatever, my reaction is along the lines of "bleurgh! Enough of the emotional blackmail! I'll like who I damn well want to like!". But I might just be a bad person.

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  138. Nothing says super strong booking like beating a guy that was like 5-98 last year.

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  139. Extant1979 - Mr. Cable AccessFebruary 9, 2015 at 7:42 AM

    I honestly would be, simply because they would never have Reigns tap.

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  140. Extant1979 - Mr. Cable AccessFebruary 9, 2015 at 7:43 AM

    Bryan comes to the ring with the McMahon-Helmsley children! SWERVE!!

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  141. Sounds like a heel on BoD RAW to me. You're booked!

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  142. christopher joeckelFebruary 9, 2015 at 7:45 AM

    True...but people do still buy Kane as a star and a threat

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  143. Good. That does make me feel better!

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  144. Vince still buys Kane as a star and a threat. That's what's important in the grand scheme of things.

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  145. I watched the despecialized edition of Star Wars over the weekend. That is some amazing work Harmy did.

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  146. Hulk Hogan.


    It begins and ends there with Vince. It's the only thing he truly believes in. Cena was Hogan enough. Bryan's a midget, he can't possibly be the next Hogan.

    I think that's pretty much it in a nutshell for him.

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  147. Double finish or double countout. OR OR OR Big Show comes out and knocks both guys out.

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  148. With those frying pan-sized hands!

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  149. How big is The Big Show in person? I heard he has hands as big as typewriters!

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  150. You will have to buy a ticket and see for yourself.

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  151. Orton/Rollins via Kane

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  152. I think it's funny Kane is still being credited as the guy who put Bryan out of commission for a year.


    Normally that would be ground for a massive push for someone. Instead it's like "Kane nearly ended Bryan's career and made him forfeit the title! Watch him lose 10 matches in a row!"

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  153. This crowd is insanely hot to open this show.

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  154. What the fuck is a "typewriter"???!!!

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  155. Bryan should have the title and not be in the Rumble, Zayn should be built up by that time and win the Rumble, Bryan should be turned heel for Zayn/Bryan at WM.

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  156. Fucking hell, Vince...

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  157. That would be a good 3.5-4 star match

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  158. THE WYPORATE SHIELDESTRY. IT WAS ME, DANIEL, IT WAS ME ALL ALONG!

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  159. You forgot to add that Big Show will be crying.

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  160. "WWE STAR....




    .....Bo Dallas....."




    LOL. Good one, Bayless.

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  161. which show?

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  162. Roman Reigns was at that hospital the week before and all the kids started booing him. It's pretty telling if a terminally-ill child summons what precious strength they have left just to jeer a celebrity visitor.

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  163. Send him back to NXT for a program.

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  164. The Main Event.

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  165. The kid was just dying to get Reigns out of his room.

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  166. People? Are you talking about just Vince or do you seriously think a ton of fans see Kane as either a star or a threat?

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  167. The heat for Savage and Tonky. Damn that's good.

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  168. Oh sure, NOW Vince listens to what the crowd wants.


    I'm with Night on this one: Fucking hell, Vince.

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  169. God, I hope they don't book Bryan in a match against Kane to open Mania so he can get into the Triple Threat later that night.

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  170. If they actually go with Bryan in the Main Event, no one is going to be angry right?

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  171. I have given up on predicting what goes on in Vince's mind. I will simply use the hashtag #VINCE from now on.

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  172. Heel champion + failed babyface + Daniel Bryan

    IT'S A GOD DAMN WINNING FORMULA FOR BOOKING!

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  173. My ideal scenario is have Rollins cost Reigns the match at Fast Lane so they can square off at Mania (throw in Ambrose for a Shield triple threat). Then they can just focus on building the ultimate David vs. Goliath match of Bryan vs. Lesnar.

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  174. Coming out of Royal Rumble and the following night's raw, I still wanna see Rollins vs Lesnar more than any other match, and I'm as big of a Daniel Bryan mark as there is.

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  175. You have 5 minutes with Vince. He is just going to listen. You walk in with 5 talking points. They are...

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  176. I have no desire to see Reigns go over Rollins

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  177. I think Bryan has to win, really. He's the one who has to prove he deserves to be in the main event after his pretty shitty performance in the Royal Rumble. Maybe a screwy finish to allow Reigns a way back in, but Bryan needs to earn his spot with a victory.

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  178. Extant1979 - Mr. Cable AccessFebruary 9, 2015 at 8:00 AM

    My first live event was December 1987 at MSG - main event was Honky Tonk defending the IC title against Savage. Place went nuts when Savage came to the ring.

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  179. What REALLY happened with Savage and Stephanie?

    That's all I care about.

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  180. Muscles.
    More muscles.
    Bigger muscles.
    Thigh muscles.
    Daniel Bryan?

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  181. Was Montreal a Work
    Rebooking the Invasion
    Did Randy bang your daughter
    Did Shawn lose his smile
    Why does he hate JR

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  182. 1) Take Raw to 2 hours
    2) Drop musical celebrity interludes from Wrestlemania
    3) The Intercontinental Title stops being a job-magnet. The holder should be booked strongly.
    4) Good tag teams don't need to split into singles competitors. There is value in a good tag division.
    5) NXT doesn't exist. It's a figment of your imagination, no need to think more on it. Look, there's someone with tits farting.

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  183. Who says Roman goes over Rollins? I'd have Seth win!

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  184. What's this? *intrigued*

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  185. 1) Push the mid-card. Make whoever the IC champ is your secondary big star as if it's a world title itself. Whoever you see as a main eventer, run them as an IC champ for a year to test the waters.
    2) Close down WWE Studios. It's not making you money. Quite the opposite.
    3) If the fans start getting behind someone, PUSH THEM. Even if they fail in the long run, you can at least make money off them in the short term.
    4) Give us a good and proper tag division. Use primarily guys who are new in order for them to learn the trade together and slowly become recognizable.
    5) Stop doing angles that only amuse you. You are not the only audience around here, Vince.

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  186. I think people appreciate Kane, but recognise exactly where he stands in the overall pecking order of things.

    For all he's beginning to stink up the place a bit, he's been a good guy to have around for some time now and has earned a lot of respect in the business, deservedly so.

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  187. I wouldn't mind that. Too bad they're both heels and can't headline Mania like that.

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  188. 1) He's gonna...
    2) He's gonna....
    3) He's gonna....
    4) He's gonna...
    5) PUKE! He's GONNA PUKE?!!?!?!!!!!!!!!!

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  189. Shenanigans! THEVIGILANTESTING maybe getting involved when Rollins and J&J try to influence the outcome of the match somehow.

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  190. I wasn't kidding when I called my shot and said they would have the triple threat.

    At this point I believe it's the only way to salvage Reigns as a guy that people will genuinely care about. Bryan overcomes the odds, wins the championship and then Rollins cashes in while Reigns does nothing.

    Then you have Ambrose getting in Reigns' face about it, you do Reigns/Ambrose and Rollins/Bryan before the ubiquitous tag team match and from there you ride the carousel until it ends up with Reigns as champion.

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  191. Actually, one way to get Reigns a big reaction would be for Bryan to win (getting Lesnar to tap!) and then he gets jumped by the Authority (while Reigns is 'out of commission' on the outside).

    Rollins cashes in. The bell rings. J&J distract the ref, he hits Bryan with the suitcase, sets up the Kerb Stomp, runs at the ropes and Reigns pops up with a Superman Punch out of nowhere, dropping Rollins for Bryan to grab into a Yes lock.

    Sets up a Rollins/Reigns feud, lets Bryan walk out champ, but salvages Reigns in the eyes of the crowd a bit.

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  192. I'm still skeptical that we'll have the Triple Threat. We all know how wishy washy Vince is.

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  193. I like it a lot. Thats good booking.

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  194. The other thing is does is allow WM to end with both of the big faces triumphant in the ring, holding one another's arms up, mutual respect, iconic image, etc.

    Everyone wins (except Rollins, but he's been very well protected til this point and I don't think it would damage him to lose a cash-in under those circumstances).

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