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Re: 1/28 Raw Discussion: Fallout from the Rumble

Cena needs to take notes from Punk in how to sell a title loss.

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Re: 1/28 Raw Discussion: Fallout from the Rumble

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Cena needs to take notes from Punk in how to sell a title loss.
Exactly.

CM Punk seemed genuinely pissed off.

No other wrestler since HHH has valued the title this much
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Punk talking about what's unfair in WWE?

What's unfair is a part-timer that hasn't wrestled in ten years comes back as beats the two biggest two stars clean.

You being a Rock fan may not agree but that's the truth
Hogan did the same thing 11 years ago. He hadn't competed in WWE for 9 years and Rock is an even bigger star now than Hogan was then.
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Re: 1/28 Raw Discussion: Fallout from the Rumble

Eh. I quite liked that Raw on reflection.

- While I really, really find Bo Dallas bland and boring at least they're booking an "underdog" decently. Pity it wasn't someone else, but they're obviously reasonably high on him.

- General Punk awesomeness. He was great all night, I thought.

- The Rock promo was pretty decent, got better when punk came out as they have really great chemistry. Thought the Rock delivered though.

- Tensai...I found this funnier than I should have.

- Paul Heyman was fucking amazing. Seriously the whole last segment was great. From Heyman to BORK LAZER it just owned.

I found enough to enjoy. Some awful stuff, obviously. But that's kind of expected at this stage and I can tune it out. Felt Jericho/Ziggler stuff could have got a bit more time/felt a bit lacklustre to me - maybe cut the Khali crap, I dunno.
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Hogan did the same thing 11 years ago. He hadn't competed in WWE for 9 years and Rock is an even bigger star now than Hogan was then.
11 years?Really?

Are you really telling me there is no difference between what Rock did in pro-wrestling from 2003-2011 to what Hogan did between 1994-2002.

Rock didn't do anything in wrestling from 2003.Suddenly he comes back and beats WWE's biggest stars.That's what pisses me off.

Hogan lost to Rock.Hogan was booked like a chicken and I remember him being genuinely scared of Austin when Austin chased Hogan and NWO backstage.
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11 years?Really?

Are you really telling me there is no difference between what Rock did in pro-wrestling from 2003-2011 to what Hogan did between 1994-2002.

Rock didn't do anything in wrestling from 2003.Suddenly he comes back and beats WWE's biggest stars.That's what pisses me off.

Hogan lost to Rock.Hogan was booked like a chicken and I remember him being genuinely scared of Austin when Austin chased Hogan and NWO backstage.
That was in WCW, not this company. Rock is a legend and a huge star. Putting the strap on him is good for business. There was no one better to lose to than him, he's the most famous wrestler in the world.
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The Rock is there to help the WWE.Bussiness has been tanked down recently and the Rock being a Hollywood star garners mainstream attension and attracts new fans.He being the WWE champion would be better and not bad.
What am I talking about Punk is,this guy has it to become the next megastar like Rock/Austin/Hogan just because of his pipebombs and character.WWE shouldn't make Punk do pipebombs on the sorry stae of professional wrestling because nobody cares about pro wretling.They should make him do pipebombs on societal problems like unemployment,politics etc. Which would attract maistream and media attention.For example CM Punk should do a pipebomb on Justin Beiber and how he despite being a mediocre singer gets over because of his looks and there are many better singers out there who are still struggling.He should follow a character who speaks out his mind on what's unfair and wrong in the society.He should follow a character who isn't hummble against untruth and injustice.This is what would garner mainstream attention for CM and WWE.CM PUnk is the perfect guy to create the next biggest boom in pro wrestling,its only the WWE that isn,t using his character rightly.
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Re: 1/28 Raw Discussion: Fallout from the Rumble

That awkward moment when a near 70 year old sells an F5 better than John Cena

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Re: 1/28 Raw Discussion: Fallout from the Rumble

^Wrestling would never be as mainstream as it was during AE/Golden Age
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Re: 1/28 Raw Discussion: Fallout from the Rumble

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That awkward moment when a near 70 year old sells an F5 better than John Cena
The guy that sold a stunner like a fish out of water has come a long way
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