Do you work for wwe? No. So him helping ratings shouldn't effect you one fucking bit. It seems all you care about is mainstream exposure which is idiotic with rock burying talent and cutting god awful promos. The buys/ratings don't effect you one bit so have a better excuse than that bs.
First off, this is not an excuse.
2nd off did you even read my damn post?
How does my post indicate that ALL I care about is mainstream exposure. All I did was state the obvious for The Rock and any part timer.
What I posted is the benefit of having them around, and it is a fact that WWE isn't capitalizing on that exposure, and its sad. Thats not all I care about though so you can fuck off with that. Im glad that these older guys bring eyes to the WWE so that other full time guys get the chance to have more people see them work. Im not the only one who shares this view as guys like Dolph Ziggler, Miz and so on have stated this. I dont need to work in the company to care and appreciate the good that having Rock on the show does.
I can still be a fan and talk about and look at things from a wider perspective. Especially if I see positives for it. Its no different from you talking about how Rock needs to put guys over, hes burying talent, because its "good for business." You are just negative and irrational about it
As a fan, I can care about how many people get to see some of the full time guys work. As a fan, I can care about seeing CM Punk be put on a grand stage and work in a high profile championship feud with a big star like Rock. Same For Cena/Rock. Rock working with them gave us high profile feuds. Feuds we do not get often.
As a fan, I can enjoy seeing guys like Rhodes Scholars or Daniel Bryan cut back and forth promos with Rock.
Those are easily examples and positives of having Rock and it has nothing to do with ratings & buys.
The problem is like I said WWE, not The Rock are not putting on any interesting and compelling angles for these guys to work around with the added benefit of having Rock on their show.
You're a silly for blaming The Rock for WWE's booking decisions. Especially ones they make year round and have been making long before he was in the company again.
The guy hasnt buried any talent and the so called bad promos to you is entirely subjective.
You are also sounding silly for using the "buried" term when it has no merit in this situation.