I don't know what you think about this but I love this theory that John Cena and many others are endorsing on heels and babyfaces. A heel is a person that is booed by the audience and a face is the one who's cheered. I think it fits the Reigns/Strowman feud to perfection.
Cena said in a interview "I've been a heel ever since the audience started to shout John Cena sucks".
I really like this because I don't want WWE to tell me : this one you have to hate him and this one you have to like him. No thank you, I would like to have a choice.
WWE wants you to cheer for Roman Reigns. You don't. They keep building up Reigns as a face. You still don't care. Reigns looks like a dork cutting face promos while getting booed out of the building but WWE won't give up on him because he's the one they chose to take Cena's spot.
Is that supposed to give you a choice?
People hated Rocky Maivia. The WWF took notice and The Rock was born. The Rock was so good a heel that people started cheering for him. The Rock became a face. The fans made him a face.
Post by Christian Small on Aug 14, 2017 13:03:27 GMT -5
I'm fine with finishes like that as long as it's not 20/30 minutes in. Those things are fine for TV but I like more on the bigger shows. Although most of what I watch is the indies so I don't come across those kinds of endings often.
Bryan Alvarez talked about that a few weeks ago and said that WWE is creating more heat than cheers especially with all those ppv finishes. There hasn't been a lot of happy endings. They don't value their babyfaces heroes much.