Originally Posted by Heretic
It's my biggest pet peeve about the industry. That somehow, a mid-card guy showing off his true potential, is damaging to the main event roster. It's such bullshit, old-school nonsense.
How dare up and coming wrestlers try to get over. I'd really like to know the logic behind it, and some examples of when it actually hurt anyone in the business. Whenever I hear of this shit, I just picture guys in the back like Patterson, Brisco, Slaughter, etc, saying "Well back in my day, blah, blah, blah..."
I imagine they gave him hell not because of him showing up the roster, but because it looked like he almost fuckin' died.
Originally Posted by zaglewiz
I'm pumped for tonight. I'm thinking somehow Punk is walking out champion and sadfully Cena is walking out the Rumble winner.
Anyone but Cena, Ryback & Sheamus and I'll be fine.
And I'm 100% sure Punk is going to retain. There's no way the WWE will put the title on him and not show up for house shows for two months. Not that Punk is this huge, amazing draw but I imagine people still pay to see the champion.
I see Brock interfering to help Punk.