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Old 01-19-2013, 01:16 AM   #87 (permalink)
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Default Re: Where Do You See Bryan Stand After Hell No Is Over?

WWE has never and will never take Bryan seriously. It does not matter what he does or proves, they will never give him a genuine star push. It's already been proven when he was legitimately main event level hot he got his legs cut out from under him rather than nourished and protected. You only need to look how they treat the Del Rio's and Sheamus' of the world who get everything and are constantly getting paid the big bucks in the key spots because they are the guys WWE have chosen to go with. That's why he's hardly promoted on house show circuits and simply Kane's keychain jobber buddy like Hurricane Helms before him.
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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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