Re: The Hypocrisy is Amazing
I agree with the OP as well...but there is a drawback, which I will get into a bit later.
For example, take The Undertaker vs. Triple H match at WM 28. HIAC, it was about 30-40 minutes long, lots of brutal moments and near falls. Why not make a Sheamus-Del Rio match go along the same routine? Steve Austin made himself a bonafide superstar at Wrestlemania 13 thanks to a blistering match with Bret Hart, but more importantly, he was free to show what he was capable of. I say give some of the current roster a chance to really take it to the next level. Show the fans that they are willing to put their body on the line at any cost. At the moment, they're just going through the motions and not many people give a shit.
But yes, there is a disadvantage of if you give two competitors free reign to do whatever they want, then the rest of the roster will chime in to the higher-uppers saying that they would like the same. Sooner or later, you'd end up having a more frustrated locker room, all trying to outdo each other, with more saturated events full of violence, drama and intrigue. Sounds good at first, but you can have too much of a good thing. I say give it a try though, it can't hurt.
Flatley my dear, I don't Riverdance.