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post #41 of (permalink) Old 01-11-2013, 05:02 PM
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Re: Where Do You See Bryan Stand After Hell No Is Over?

Originally Posted by Silent KEEL View Post
Is that why you changed it from jobbing to the stars to being squashed by the stars within a few hours? Those non-wrestling shows on television must have really changed your mind!

Anything to bash Bryan.
If the best thing you can do these days is to come out of hiding from your biscuit and tea parties with your WWE Universe Positive Pals 4 Life crew just to take cheap potshots at me, you ought to see what reality you've placed yourself in.

Heck, you're the guy who became disenfranchised with the current product except for the 50 second backstage Bryan comedy segments in hopes of grasping a shred of hope to feed yourself with.

Can't blame you when all these things came true that you denied profusely 6 months ago:

a) Bryan losing clean as a sheet and your ship sinking harder than Wrestling Society X
b) Your hopes for a Cena/Bryan program at Summerslam that became a throwaway 10 minute match and tag team match to build up Cena's actual program
c) Bryan becoming a midcard comedy act
d) Bryan slowly moving down the card losing to ever decreasing levels of wrestlers on the roster like the Christians, Miz's, and R-Truths before him before he just becomes just another body on the roster to fill a television show with. He went from Cena to Leakee in a matter of months.

Just like those other goofs like ecabney who were run oft.

I do have one question for anyone who might feel that Dwayne Johnson "owes" the business. Is it just him, or is it anyone who moved on to other things? Should Luna Vachon get heat for running a towing company instead of working on RAW? Should Maven be critiqued on his Home Shopping Network bits instead of wrestling?

Or is it only the ones who go on to highly visible careers in movies that owe something? Why do Johnson (who left after putting people over, doing the traditionally "right thing") and Lesnar (who did not; except for making Eddie a legitimate star) get called sell-outs who "forgot where they came from" when someone who retires to do some regular job get credit (as they should) for moving on and making it without falling into a sea of addiction?

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