Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Monday Night Raw Starring Brock Lesnar

A special 3 hour Raw. It was supposed to start with the contract signing for the match between John Cena and Brock Lesnar. But apparently Brock was not in the building yet. Instead, Edge came to the ring and yelled at John Cena to stop being a loser and get over his loss to The Rock at Wrestlemania and kick Brock Lesnar's ass at Extreme Rules. Edge said that Brock isn't a real wrestler and that Cena owes it to ever wrestler to kick his ass!


Eventually Brock did show up at the building. But when Josh Mathews tried to interview him, Brock snapped and attacked Josh, who had to be taken from the building on a stretcher. 


When Brock came out to the ring to have the contract signing, it was John Cena's turn to not show up. Brock took this opportunity to make some demands before he would sign the contract. Basically Brock wants more money and power because he is no longer "a naive country boy" and understands how the business works. He demanded Vince's private jet. He said any decision the GM wants to make has to be approved by Brock. And he said that the name of the show must be changed to Monday Night Raw Starring Brock Lesnar. He also said he wanted more money. Eventually Johnny agreed to Brock's terms and the contract was signed. 


That's when Cena finally came out. He signed the contract and then Brock walked away. 


I really wish they would not have made Brock the heel. Everyone was so happy to see him return. He could have been the most popular star in the company. Instead, they want to make Cena more popular, so they have Brock turn on the fans and be a greedy selfish jerk. I know Vince always ruins any star that leaves the company and I'm sure they have wanted to punish Brock for a long time, but I just think ruining him is bad business. 

I get that the character they are trying to have him play is probably more like what he is actually like behind the scenes. But I'm just saying if they didn't show that to the fans, and they had him act like the Brock we all remembered from 8 years ago, he would still be just as popular. And I think that would be the best thing for the WWE and all its fans.

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