I think it's overly predictable. This and other forum websites don't change that in the slightest. If anything, these websites lean towards making WWE less predictable, as everyone has different opinions of 'what's going to happen next/what they would like to happen next'. I'm on and off this site all the time, but WWE continues to remain overly predictable and difficult to watch.
I call bullshit. Not just on this post in particular, but on any "smark" who thinks like this. You're not looking at this objectively, and you are admitting
it when you say this. Just like lots of other folks on this forum and others, who are constantly spouting off the storylines and angles they would like to see, when they should know deep down that WWE and other promos really aren't interested in what they want. It's all about making $$$ and we all should know that.
Did any of you complainers
on this site ever stop to think that maybe the reason storylines have gotten so predictable is because you have spent years
watching this stuff and learned how to recognize when certain "creative tells" happen? Just like any show on TV, if a an idea or storyline worked in the past, it will probably be brought out again at some point. There are only so many ideas that can actually be brought up and used, and many of those may depend on factors outside of the writer's control. Injuries, crowd reactions, personal crap; we in the IWC don't actually work in the business, and there is so much we have no access to, in spite of the sheer number of smarks who believe they are now over
since they learned a bunch of wrestling terms and found the "insider" info.
Don't misunsderstand me. I love this shit, and I can bitch about it as much as anyone. But in the end, I have to recognize that it's a TV show, and the only control I have over it is whether or not I watch it. One thing that keeps me from getting too upset is watching the shows with my son. All these storylines are new to him, and he is loving it. Any of you with kids know what I'm talking about. And for the record, he is a bigger CM Punk fan than Cena fan, so you know I'm raising him right.