Trying to Impress Vince McMahon
Join Date: Oct 2012
Re: Wade Barrett vs Sheamus
I don't get that thought process at all. Sheamus winning, plus two matches ended by disqualification or interference, gives Barrett that much more incentive to feud and get the win at the end of the storyline - if one is scripting from a perspective that makes sense, that is. With WWE, you can never be sure.
So, there's Wade Barrett - at one time, in the near past, the baddest man in the WWE. The leader of the most feared faction. But he's had some downfalls, and an injury. He's returned to his roots as a hard-hitting brawler. He's hungry for some victories.
And then, Sheamus.
He basically has to go back and keep trying for a win, according to all good storytelling and mythologizing ever.