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#21 Posted on | Instant Rating: 1.51
The positives are the Shield are full on faces, Bray/Cena continues and Bryan still has the title. The negatives are we still have this stupid Authority angle that cannot and will not die. Its worse, because now its Evolution. Evolution was terrible back then and its going to be even worse now since both Orton and Batista are past henchmen status.

Heyman is awesome. Cesaro is not a face, because he is aligned with Heyman. Its a shame, because Cesaro could have easily been given a huge spot by interrupting the Brock Lesnar segment. Its good he gets Paul, but facing Lesnar is not like facing Swagger. Speaking of which, I hated Bryan's victory celebration got shat upon. It was a great moment with the fans until Poochie showed up. I understand people liked his match thus he is fine in IWC land with Bryan at Mania, I thought it was a little too Chris Benoit Memorial/Root Canal boring for me, but God Lord gave us at least a segment to enjoy ourselves. At the end of the night, the beat down of Bryan killed the crowd. They were tactful enough to have Shield come out, but you could hear a pin drop in that place.

I mean somewhat hopeful they can move past Bryan/HHH to Bryan/Batista alone or Bryan/Brock or even shit Bryan/Cena. As someone pointed out there is no good way to end the Authority angle unless Linda or a mysterious investor comes in to fire them. It can't be Vince since he started this mess. I guess Shield powerbombing HHH through a table on fire with acid could do it, but who knows. I still think the Raw after Mania 28 was a lot better, but kudos to the crowd. While I thought they were getting well into smarkland even for me, they brought their A game.



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#22 Posted on
Awesome RAW. Between WrestleMania and the post-WM RAW, the Reality Era is off to a pretty great start.

I'm loving that they're finally rolling with the crowd responses instead of digging their heels in and doing everything they can to defy them. The Shield got over with the crowd, so they turned them face. Cesaro got over with the crowd so they turned him face. Batista was hated by the crowd so they turned him heel. They pretty much let the Wyatts, Fandango, and even Wade Barrett go out there and play to the crowd as if they were faces, because with that crowd, they essentially WERE faces.

It just makes everything feel a lot more organic and will hopefully allow for more creativity going forward now that they've seemingly done away with the notion that faces must be virtuous and blindly praise the fans and heels must be evil and always cheat and must hate the audience and reject any adulation from the crowd (Cena being the exception, but he's a special case).

Even though Heyman (the character) is a scummy manager who loathes the audience and represents Brock Lesnar, a guy who's only in it for the money and has no respect for the business (in kayfabe), it makes sense for both Heyman to want to represent Cesaro (talented, up and comer whose success can make Heyman a lot of money) and for Cesaro to want to be managed by Heyman (the manager who orchestrated the end of The Streak and CM Punk's lengthy reign as champion), but that doesn't mean that Cesaro isn't allowed to be a face in the ring any more. Even though Bray Wyatt is a bad man with a warped world view, trying to corrupt the ultimate good guy, that doesn't mean that he feels the need to bad-mouth the crowd. Even as a heel, it makes sense for him to seek and encourage the crowd's support in his nefarious quest. Even though the Shield are faces, that doesn't mean they suddenly need to pander to the crowd, or stop attacking wrestlers in three-on-one situations, even though that's not what faces historically do.

It all just makes a lot more sense.

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#23 Posted on | Instant Rating: 8.85
The Lovely Mrs. Tracker saw the Diva title change and thought they hired Artimesia from the 300 sequel. I have not seen Paige before, but she's got a distinct look and the title, so I'm curious.

CESARO DEFECTED. My God, I love Paul Heyman, and it's a genius move to keep him on regular TV after Mania by giving him a new guy, and it's THAT guy.

The adrenaline will carry him for a week or so, but Bryan didn't sell that shoulder at all last night. Come on.

I hope the WWE offers a ticket package for Mania and the RAW immediately following. They need to start marketing the show as part of the Mania experience, because in two days, the WWE rebooted. Bryan's the champ, Evolution is (kinda) reunited, the Streak is dead, Paige is the new Diva champ, RVD came back, Cesaro hired Heyman & left We The People & won the ARMBAR, the Shield are full-on faces, Rusev debuted (again), and we saw promos for Bo and Adam. Hokey smoke, I'm exhausted. Delighted, but exhausted.



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#24 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.65
I'm assuming the reason that Cesaro defected to Heyman is because Coulter could only get him on the Wrestlemania pre-show, while Heyman got him into the ARMBAR. That would explain the 31 entrants (which Heyman referenced), but they never explicitly explained it that way.

The company seems to be making a concerted effort toward giving the people what they want. I'm sure that's because they want people to subscribe to The Network, and people are far more likely to pay $10/month to see what they want. It hasn't really been talked about much (that I've seen) but the WWE Network could have a major impact on the creative direction of the company.

Also, anyone who watched Wrestlemania repeatedly saw the clip of the little boy screaming in absolute joy and rushing to hug John Cena. That's why Cena is never going to turn heel. Some things are bigger than wrestling, no matter how great it could be from a storytelling perspective.
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#25 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.84

Pretty solid show ... even though the Shield thing was able to spot a mile away, I still popped for the spear on Triple H ... Reigns is such as freakin' badass.

I hope they find someone else to pair with Swagger to keep the Real Americans team going.
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#26 Posted on | Instant Rating: 9.55
    Originally posted by JustinShapiro
    Bryan did an emotional interview on the post-show saying everything changed at the Royal Rumble. All of you here, you're welcome for saving your Wrestlemania, you pieces of trash.
If you were gonna give the WWE Universe a handshake, you'd stick your hand right there in Pittsburgh, PA!

This felt like the most smark-friendly booking for a single show in wrestling history. The heels who were going to get cheered put in positions to encourage those cheers, debuting/teasing all (save Zayn, I guess) of the call-ups people want, putting Paige in front of the crowd that could make her (vs. how they almost killed Emma out of the gate), Cesaro turning from face to heel in a way that makes him a bigger face, Heyman sent out to successfully get the crowd to boo the one person they absolutely HAD to boo and STILL working face later in the night, the official Shield face turn, Bryan opening and closing the show, HHH eating the Spear. This was the finest job of course correction after last year's post-Mania Raw that was humanly possible.

    Originally posted by JustinShapiro
    Daniel Bryan and the Shield being together because of mutual respect from their wars touches me so deeply. So is this going to be like all those Elimination Chamber Wargames people really really figured were coming and then didn't? Triple H said "war" a number of times, and at Extreme Rules matches are contested in extreme conditions...
Yep, that's exactly what I was thinking. He kept saying to both sides during the creeping staredown "There's not gonna be a war" and so I think he's finally gonna flex those wrestling historical muscles for good instead of bad and end a Raw before Elimination Chamber by yelling "You want it? You got it. But it's gonna be WAAAAAAR-UH GAAAAAMES!"

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Various thoughts:
-Heyman is the king. He's the best manager/mouthpiece ever, right? I'm not saying that lightly and I say that as someone who deeply loves Heenan and who didn't really like Raw announcer Paul Heyman, but man, he is without peer at what he does. I am comfortable saying that my Mount Rushmore of Wordrate is Jake Roberts/Dusty Rhodes/Ric Flair/Paul Heyman.

-Debuting Paige for this crowd was perfect, but I kinda think putting the title on her right away was a mistake. There is literally only one thing any Diva can ever actually do, and it's win the belt and now she's already done that.

-Daniel Bryan and The Shield: REVERSE HORSEMEN.

-Erick Rowan: INVERTED SHEAMUS. Sheamus should get brainwashed by the Wyatts and made to wear an upside down mask so he can literally become INVERTED ROWAN.

-The second the BoProMo started, I knew it was for him and I knew it was going to be amazing. This is Debut Kurt Angle 2.0. IMPOSSIBLE = I'M POSSIBLE. This is one of the great salvation-by-gimmick jobs of all time, and I am incredibly excited for Bo Dallas to become a spiritual and emotional advisor to a downtrodden John Cena who is unaware of Bo's mysterious connection to the Wyatt Family.

    Originally posted by Big Bad
    So...can we go ahead and pencil in Cesaro vs. Lesnar for an upcoming network special? TAKE ALL MY MONEY
-My thoughts, too. If Bryan himself will be occupied with Evil-ution and some combo of Kane/Batista/HHH/Orton for the next few months...there's a chance, even a small chance, that Cesaro becoming a Paul Heyman Guy is a set-up for The King Of Swing vs. The Beast Incarnate. Cesaro vs. Lesnar is just a little bit of a dream match for me right now. In the meantime, a New Dangerous Alliance of Lesnar/Cesaro/RVD wouldn't be the worst thing in the world.

-Barrett getting to finally wrestle again nearly brought a tear to my eye. Barrett just existing in a constant state of glee about what a creep he is will never get old to me. Tenken nailed it: Bad News Barrett is just delightful.

-RUSEV LIVES.

-RUSEV IS BUILT REALLY WEIRD AND IT ENTERTAINS ME.

-Oh, hey Lana. Как делА?

-The second they announced Rusev would be in action next, I knew it'd be Ryder.

    Originally posted by SKLOKAZOID
    I thought he added great closure to his WWE career and it's now implied that Warrior's electricity and Destrucity flows through everyone in the company now, so he will live forever with true foke.
v^v

    Originally posted by JustinShapiro
    Ambrose and Renee's interaction on the post-show will launch a thousand more Dean/Renee ships. Speaking of which, please watch this amazing, amazing video. Starts as your basic Believe In The Shield lecture then devolves brilliantly into pals cracking up about the triple double. It's pretty much an outtake that still works as a great face interview. PALS.
My favorite part about this is that Ambrose actually relents to Roman's logic before Roman does the "AGREE WITH ME!" bit. Like, he literally does the Scott Steiner math in his head and just says "Oh, yeah" but the other two don't hear him, so they keep doing the bit anyway and Ambrose just jumps around because, hey, he's Dean Ambrose, jumpin' around is cool.

Also, I love that the Shield - or at least Ambrose and Reigns - appear to have a dueling bets on which one can hit on AND crack Renee up first going in every Shield/Renee interview.
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#27 Posted on | Instant Rating: 7.62
    Originally posted by lotjx
    The negatives are we still have this stupid Authority angle that cannot and will not die. Its worse, because now its Evolution. Evolution was terrible back then and its going to be even worse now since both Orton and Batista are past henchmen status.


HHH and Stephanie have been on an anti-Daniel Bryan crusade since Summerslam. Now that Bryan's won the title, they are supposed to just be...OK with that? I think what they are doing makes more sense by about 1000 times. And are they supposed to act like Evolution never happened? I mean, "this stupid Authority angle" just paid off with one of the greatest WrestleMania moments ever - a moment SO great it lifted the WM crowd from the Fog of Taker WM Loss that they were in for 20 solid minutes. But, it's "stupid".

What are the logical alternatives to the Authority trying to get the titles back from Bryan? They take a little vacation? They would just come back eventually. They ignore Bryan now...and do what, exactly?

From a logical storytelling perspective, I have a lot more problems with AJ holding the Divas title for 10 months, then VOLUNTEERING to put her title on the line for no reason against an inexperienced wrestler who has never been on Raw, then jobbing after one not-really-that-impactful finisher. It would've made more sense to keep Emma out of the Mania match and have *her* take the title, if that's what they were doing.

On a separate point, my WM stream played pretty flawlessly for four-plus hours Sunday for Mania. Tonight, my cable went out for the last 45 minutes of Raw. That's ironic, isn't it? (Yes, I mean in the Alanis Morissette way.)



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#28 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.01
Anyone else remember a few weeks back when Meltzer and/or Bryan Alvarez were dropping hints like "well, Cesaro is being groomed for a major match at SummerSlam" and most people were quick to roll their eyes at that kind of content-free non-news?

Kind of makes it seem like Cesaro/Brock is something they've been planning for a little bit, right?

What an amazing television show this was. I feel like my faith as a fan has been repaid, which is just the best.
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#29 Posted on | Instant Rating: 1.51
    Originally posted by JayJayDean
      Originally posted by lotjx
      The negatives are we still have this stupid Authority angle that cannot and will not die. Its worse, because now its Evolution. Evolution was terrible back then and its going to be even worse now since both Orton and Batista are past henchmen status.


    HHH and Stephanie have been on an anti-Daniel Bryan crusade since Summerslam. Now that Bryan's won the title, they are supposed to just be...OK with that? I think what they are doing makes more sense by about 1000 times. And are they supposed to act like Evolution never happened? I mean, "this stupid Authority angle" just paid off with one of the greatest WrestleMania moments ever - a moment SO great it lifted the WM crowd from the Fog of Taker WM Loss that they were in for 20 solid minutes. But, it's "stupid".

    What are the logical alternatives to the Authority trying to get the titles back from Bryan? They take a little vacation? They would just come back eventually. They ignore Bryan now...and do what, exactly?

    From a logical storytelling perspective, I have a lot more problems with AJ holding the Divas title for 10 months, then VOLUNTEERING to put her title on the line for no reason against an inexperienced wrestler who has never been on Raw, then jobbing after one not-really-that-impactful finisher. It would've made more sense to keep Emma out of the Mania match and have *her* take the title, if that's what they were doing.

    On a separate point, my WM stream played pretty flawlessly for four-plus hours Sunday for Mania. Tonight, my cable went out for the last 45 minutes of Raw. That's ironic, isn't it? (Yes, I mean in the Alanis Morissette way.)


It was stupid in the sense it has been a nightmare for 9 months. Bullshit PPV finishes, bringing back a part timer no one wanteded or needed and Raws that were impossible at times to get through.

Yes, Bryan won and how much of that was Punk quitting and the fan revolt, we will never know, but I will say it probably has more to do with it than this company wants to admit. The crowd was dead quiet after the Bryan beatdown in the main event, it was only until Shield showed up they perked up. The night after Wrestlemania should be on to something different for a lot of storylines. The only storyline that ended with the Streak. Everything else is going on. This should be over. Yet, it won't be, because you can never vanquish HHH unless his body does it for him.

I am ok if Orton and/or Batista want to face Bryan at Extreme Rules. They don't need the Authority. As someone pointed out there is no need to the Authority at this point. Bryan and Shield can't win. I always felt that someone should have been placed in the company that was not a McMahon who could come out and end this types of storyline when they are pass their expatriation date. To me, last night it should have been over instead we are getting Evolution vs. Shield which yeah, it could be good or good be more frustrating. I just think the storyline has been poorly executed and I know the end sum makes up for it, but it doesn't excuse it.



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#30 Posted on | Instant Rating: 7.16
Is this "Raw Thread lotjx" speaking or "I'm Quitting the WWE - I think this Raw helped me continue going forward -lotjx" talking? Could he please make up his mind?


Couple things I thought they could have done last night was someone to come out after Heyman's Academy Award-winning speech to challenge BRAWK. or, maybe someone in the rafters with facepaint and a baseball bat, perhaps?

Regarding heyman's speech, one thing I got him on was the last interview I read from him, he said he didn't like referring to himself as a "manager", because he feels it gives off an 80's feeling, yet he did once or twice last night. Other than that, all he needs is the oversized cellphone, and we can all be happy.

Also, when DB came out for the ME, I really was getting tired of YESing. Now that he's won the belt, and we got the opening Raw happy moment, I didn't feel like cheering any more. I was all YES'ed out. Happy for him, ineed, but no more YES.

Until Reigns speared HHH, then he got to knee HHH. YES!

Now, how does Hunter's legacy recover from all this selling he's been doing the past two weeks? Come out with a bigger crown next week to make him seem more indestructible?

I LOVE smarky BNB. When the crowd starting doing that (I'm assuming) soccer chant, his face just lit up, pointed at them and gave them the "YEAH!!!!!!!!", and he pointed at the section again after the match.

Poor Rey, first the Rumble, now this Raw. I bet he wanted to lawn dart himself at every member of the audience last night.

How about Raw opens next week with the Legion of Doom vignette? (IE: Wyatts, Heyman/Cesaro/BRAWK and BNB all having a bbq in Bray's backyard, right next to Sister Abigail's grave.)

I actually would be a bit pissed off if I was Jake/Razor/Lita/etc. Why the hell was Warrior the only one to come out? They all deserved to be on Raw, too.

Let's just see where Axel goes. Same with wether Bo knows, too. I agree Emma needs to dump Santino and Paige better get a personality.



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#31 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.01
You must have been a ball to converse with during Austin Vs. McMahon.

They moved a ton forward last night. The Shield are now main-event babyfaces. For the first time ever Bryan has sufficient muscle behind him when going against the machine. But beyond the amazing closing angle, Cesaro became the hottest midcard act in the company. They pulled the trigger on several NXT call-ups. Even if the accidentally told the ultimate underdog story, why does that matter to you?

The end completely justifies the means, in that it wouldn't be possible to have Bryan being the biggest babyface in ten years and getting his ultimate victory at their biggest show of all time without all the beatdowns and screwjobs that preceded it.
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#32 Posted on | Instant Rating: 1.51
    Originally posted by JimBob Skeeter
    Is this "Raw Thread lotjx" speaking or "I'm Quitting the WWE - I think this Raw helped me continue going forward -lotjx" talking? Could he please make up his mind?






    (edited by JimBob Skeeter on 8.4.14 1019)


I said I was cautiously optimistic in the other thread. It doesn't mean I don't see potential problems down the road or the road was worth it to get here. As of now, I am content.

Austin/McMahon elevated a hell of a lot more talent than this storyline did. It also had a lot of great moments. This has had one great moment. But yeah by WM 15, I was kinda done with then they with the Higher Power thing and the wheels were starting to come off before Austin got hurt.

(edited by lotjx on 8.4.14 1024)


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#33 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.53
    Originally posted by Amos Cochran
    The end completely justifies the means, in that it wouldn't be possible to have Bryan being the biggest babyface in ten years and getting his ultimate victory at their biggest show of all time without all the beatdowns and screwjobs that preceded it.


Yeah, had they pulled the trigger on Bryan earlier and gave him a run pre-Wrestlemania, I'm almost positive we'd all be complaining about WWE World Champion Not-Daniel-Bryan right now.

Re: getting rid of the Authority
There actually is a way to end the war now which is to have the Shield beat the ever-loving hell out of HHH until Stephanie says no more and they retreat to the boardroom. If the Reigns et al can't have the Undertaker, the next "best" thing would be to send the boss home.



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#34 Posted on | Instant Rating: 8.33
    Originally posted by lotjx
    The crowd was dead quiet after the Bryan beatdown in the main event, it was only until Shield showed up they perked up.


I know part of your gimmick around here is that you ignore things that don't mesh with your narrative, but your point might stand better if you dropped that. The fans most certainly weren't silent before the appearance of the Shield.

They were chanting for 3MB to save Bryan.

Now obviously, that's not the reaction that the crowd should have been given though it likely should've been expected, but sarcastic chanting is a far cry from "dead quiet". People might take you and your points more seriously if you, well, stopped lying.
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#35 Posted on | Instant Rating: 1.51
    Originally posted by Chumpstain
      Originally posted by lotjx
      The crowd was dead quiet after the Bryan beatdown in the main event, it was only until Shield showed up they perked up.


    I know part of your gimmick around here is that you ignore things that don't mesh with your narrative, but your point might stand better if you dropped that. The fans most certainly weren't silent before the appearance of the Shield.

    They were chanting for 3MB to save Bryan.

    Now obviously, that's not the reaction that the crowd should have been given though it likely should've been expected, but sarcastic chanting is a far cry from "dead quiet". People might take you and your points more seriously if you, well, stopped lying.


No, you read that wrong, prior to the Shield coming up, it was dead quiet.



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#36 Posted on | Instant Rating: 9.39
Were they chanting for 3MB to make the save, or did they declare Kane, Orton and Batista were the new 3MB? I thought it was the latter, might not have been.



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#37 Posted on | Instant Rating: 7.00
So, for people who have been watching NXT ... how good is this Paige girl in that league? I know she's champ, but that means nothing, she can still suck ass and be the champ. Cuz she kinda sucked last night. I'll feel a bit better about it if I find out she can actually wrestle. I wonder if they mean to have her work a program versus Emma. I know the two wrestled in NXT, so maybe they'd have better match chemistry than that abortion we saw last night ...

EDIT: I did check out Emma and Paige and yeah, they seem to have good chemistry together. Hope a program with these two is in the cards, I may actually start watching Divas matches again. The announcers namedropped the fact that Paige is the Women's Champion, and here's her beating Emma to get it (Triple H even shows up! Because, well, Poochie): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DAp-_FTJzu0

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#38 Posted on | Instant Rating: 7.16
    Originally posted by thecubsfan
    Were they chanting for 3MB to make the save, or did they declare Kane, Orton and Batista were the new 3MB? I thought it was the latter, might not have been.


Kane on air guitar, Orton on air drums (with his punters foot for the kick drum) and BOOTIsta on air bass (with SKINNY JEANS~!). I could dig that.



On another note, Steph tweeted this:




The hug that froze hell over.

-edit- Upon closer look, that's Jimmy Hart in the background on the right, I believe, and check out the SELL/INTENSITY sign behind the ref's on the left. How about DESTRUCITY!?!?!





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#39 Posted on | Instant Rating: 7.00
    Originally posted by JimBob Skeeter
      Originally posted by thecubsfan
      Were they chanting for 3MB to make the save, or did they declare Kane, Orton and Batista were the new 3MB? I thought it was the latter, might not have been.


    Kane on air guitar, Orton on air drums (with his punters foot for the kick drum) and BOOTIsta on air bass (with SKINNY JEANS~!). I could dig that.

    (edited by JimBob Skeeter on 8.4.14 1136)


Between this and UnderToker/Bluntertaker, I'm starting to think we could create a crazy fantasy league out of wrestlers taking each other's gimmicks. Imagine Christian playing the crazy backwoods cult leader or Daniel Bryan resurrecting the Hurricane ...
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#40 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.42
    Originally posted by Blind_Guardian
    So, for people who have been watching NXT ... how good is this Paige girl in that league? I know she's champ, but that means nothing, she can still suck ass and be the champ. Cuz she kinda sucked last night. I'll feel a bit better about it if I find out she can actually wrestle. I wonder if they mean to have her work a program versus Emma. I know the two wrestled in NXT, so maybe they'd have better match chemistry than that abortion we saw last night ...


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