We May Not Get What We Want, But Hope For Change
Updated: Aug 15, 2020
A lot of WWE fans did not get the finish what they wanted out of the match between WWE World Heavyweight Champion Triple H and Dean Ambrose. It showed wrestling fans why the company is behind in the times. The more athletic wrestler and self-professed Indy darlings are getting more support by fans than the big powerhouses. Although the plans for another Triple H/Roman Reigns collision course for the company's top prize will still go on as planned, the idea of shaking things up wouldn't hurt. I'll tell you why, but it will be difficult from here on out. With WWE as a major force in professional wrestling, it might be fouled up in regards to booking and being creative with this whole story-line. Although I have to agree with guest writer D.M. Levin about the fact that the outcome at Roadblock last night, I highly doubt that Vince McMahon would change his mind in regards to booking WrestleMania 32 in Dallas in a couple of weeks. While WrestleMania is McMahon's creation since the first installment in 1985, the idea of having Dean Ambrose in the main event wouldn't hurt in the eyes of wrestling fans but it will hurt in the eyes of Vince McMahon himself. While the alternatives are there right in front of us, the concept of a triple threat match between Triple H, Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose or maybe a 4-way match what Brock Lesnar in the mix would be like WrestleMania 30 all over again. While I am not one to criticize Vince McMahon for as the driving force behind WWE, he has become more polarized than any other promoter in his business. With WrestleMania right around the corner, McMahon will do everything it takes to repeat history just like what happened at WrestleMania 30, when Daniel Bryan fought Triple H for a title shot and then winning the title at the event due to politics. But the politics in wrestling aren't the same anymore after the departure of CM Punk in the recent retirement of Daniel Bryan (Editor's note: Huh?). biggest event in the sport, but fans will still complain about not getting what they want which can put Dark Cloud over the event. Let's just hope things turn out for the best otherwise fans might boycott the product altogether.
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