Post by groovyphoenix on Apr 12, 2017 8:47:59 GMT -5
The draft was... Not very cooling I will say that much.. (bad pun I know) in fact this sucked, "Bring in the talent!!!" ok but why? 11 SD talents to RAW... Why? Bray... No reason no rhyme no nothing just poof he's here.
A lot of them occured like this and it's not the best if you ask me the draft sucked.
Work or not, it needs a reason to be.
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The more I think about it, the more I'm starting to warm up to the "shakeup". I still think the execution was a bit lazy, but I think it happened at the right time and for the right reasons. In theory, thanks to Wrestlemania, this is the time of year that WWE has the interested of the most new and/or casual fans. So, at least as far as the "B shows" go, Payback is likely to draw some decent interest because of those newly-interested fans. The roster switches allow them to include as many as guys from Wrestlemania as possible without completely abandoning the brand split.
Assuming that Ambrose, Miz, Rollins, Reigns and the some of the women will all have matches (or some other presence), the Payback card will have representatives from at least 10 of the 13 Mania matches. Right now the exceptions are Styles/Shane, Goldberg/Lesnar and the Smackdown women's match (pending whatever involvement Alexa or Mickie James have). So while it might be a missed opportunity that guys like Brock and Cena likely won't be on the card, WWE is really doing its best to keep the interest of the casual/new fans that tuned in for Wrestlemania, regardless of what their favorite part of that seven-hour boondoggle was.
Quite frankly, the least I see Stephanie, the better. For once, she got her comeuppance at Wrestlemania and it's fine by me if she doesn't come back for many, many, many, many, many, many, many months.
I do kinda miss her boobs and hooker boots.
Otherwise yeah, she can stay off of TV for as long as she wants.