Originally posted by Spaceman SpiffYeah, Shane gets to do all the big bumps & high-risk moves that cruisers are forbidden from doing, and steals everyone's heat in the process. He gets programs w/ top guys, when the company would be better served by having actual wrestlers in those spots. Screw Shane.
That's why I stated that I'd be just as eager, if not more so, to see him work as a mouthpiece for someone like Shelton. This is a prime opportunity to elevate a midcarder.
I don't want to see more outlandish Shane vs. Kane/Blackman/Big Show matches. But if a McMahon is gonna be on TV for fifteen minutes at a time, let's see Shane in the ring and wrestling instead of Those Three stalking and shouting.
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Good questions Too Old Now I guess the question I would like answered is How long does he see himself in the business and does a long term career mean an identity change , either in direction (out of the WWE) or character ( losing the V1 etc)