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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 12-13-2012, 05:06 AM Thread Starter
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Heel and face are non-sense in WWE

There is something I hate in WWE. It's the overuse of heel and face gimmicks. Be careful I am not saying hell and face wrestlers shouldn't exist and that all wrestlers must become tweeners.

No, what shocks me is the fact that WWE rarely let some face superstars (Cena) lose, but don't hesitate to bury one wrestler simply because he is a heel.

WWE also seems to have difficulties to consider the possibilities which could appear if they use matches between two face wrestlers or between two heel ones.

WWE is sacrifing a huge part of the roster with this heel and face non-sense (I won't speak about the burying of many midcarders and jobbers which directly comes from that).

I really would love to watch face wrestlers losing more often and to frequently see wrestlers being able to flip-flopp.

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Re: Heel and face are non-sense in WWE

First off it's "heel" not "hell"; for future reference.

Secondly, they only really care about the main event anyway, and a main event can not exist without a face who overcomes the odds.

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