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post #41 of 48 (permalink) Old 10-19-2017, 01:33 AM
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Re: Brock vs. Jinder should end in a double DQ

Brock should squash this vanilla Indian geek.
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I hope it has a real finish of some kind, even if there's heavy interference involved. I do think there's a strong argument that we don't need a clean finish here, but I don't think it ruins anything either way. We all know the Universal Champion > WWE Champion already.
Brock will win.

Think about how they've been making Smackdown look. This is just another step in solidifying Smackdown as the B show and Raw as the A show.

Until USA executives show up again and notice all the changes made months ago to make Smackdown an actual show are gone, WWE's going to keep stripping it, until it returns to its predraft misery.
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Part of me wants to see Jinder win if only because of the shitstorm that would follow.
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Part of me wants to see Jinder win if only because of the shitstorm that would follow.
There's no shitstorm that would follow, we are way past that. We have been living in the eye of that storm for a long time now.
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There's no shitstorm that would follow, we are way past that. We have been living in the eye of that storm for a long time now.
We're in the eye of the shit, Randy. Only a matter of time before the shit winds blow it all over.
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If they want to continue presenting Jinder as completely unworthy champion, then Brock squashing is exactly what they need to do.

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I don't think this match needs a real winner. Seems like this feud was put together just for the spectacle of it all. I'm sure the match will be a success and seeing the Singh's get ragdolled is sure to entertain.

For the record, yeah I know almost all of you hate Jinder, bla bla bla. Heard that all before. My point is, they've done a really good job of protecting both Lesnar and Jinder's character aside from a few moments here and there. Jinder losing would really hurt him if he's going to still be carrying the championship for a while and when he finally does drop his title, it should be a big deal. I want to say there is no chance Jinder will win but the WWE make lots of off the wall decisions.

I think the match should end without anyone taking a pin.
How has Jinder been protected? I'm genuinely curious. The clean wins are extremely minimal and he constantly needs help from his two little stooges in his matches. Barring his prior jobbing career to winning the belt (which is hard for me not to acknowledge), he's even still less credible than Rollins was when he was champion with J&J security + Corporate Kane constantly helping him win matches. Now how is a guy less credible than Rollins during his title run supposed to face the Beast without it being a complete squash?

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How has Jinder been protected? I'm genuinely curious. The clean wins are extremely minimal and he constantly needs help from his two little stooges in his matches. Barring his prior jobbing career to winning the belt (which is hard for me not to acknowledge), he's even still less credible than Rollins was when he was champion with J&J security + Corporate Kane constantly helping him win matches. Now how is a guy less credible than Rollins during his title run supposed to face the Beast without it being a complete squash?
The difference is they didn't make it a point that Jinder is a chickenshit champion and always needs protection to win matches. They made it seem like Seth was a little child and HHH/Steph were Seth's parents during his title reign, whereas Jinder is his own man and listens to no one. Seth was also facing stronger opponents and lost a lot of TV matches whereas Jinder barely loses any. There's still a world of difference between a heel winning by cheating and blatantly losing because the former feels like it's building up to something better while the latter feels like the end of a rising trend.

Even though Jinder now has a jacked body, he's still about the same size as Seth's, and Seth is obviously worlds better than Jinder in the ring. On talent alone Seth definitely could have pulled off being a threat to Brock better than Jinder, but he was booked like the complete opposite of one, so him running away from Brock was consistent with his presentation at the time. Jinder didn't win clean a lot but he still wins in most matches, so it's only fair to say he has more credibility than Seth did in 2015. It'd be stupid if they have Brock look scared of Jinder like they did with Braun, but still Jinder shouldn't be running away from Brock.
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