I don't care about these old goats anymore, they are too old, its embarrassing. WWE has gone to the well too many times with the geezers and part timers.
Apart from the calamitously bad Universal Title stuff, the number one thing they do to me that has soured me on WWE recently, especially in the past 5 years, is having champions lose clean all the time. Seems like I've seen it 200 times in the past 5 years, and you know what? I PROBABLY HAVE.
How is anybody supposed to feel like a winner when you see him or her lose all the time? You know what people you see lose all the time are? THEY ARE LOSERS.
No shit these guys don't feel like stars when even when they are supposed to be champs they are clean-jobbing once a month. Austin feels like a star, Cena feels like a star, even Rock who lost a ton feels like a star, because when they were champs, they weren't feeding, selling and showing ass and taking pins verbally and physically when they were champs. They were CHAMPS. Hogan probably lost clean in 20 years fewer times than anybody on the roster has in the past year, its absurd how often they have champs CLEAN-JOBBING ON FREE TV TO NO PURPOSE.
Or WWE's favorite lately, people beating champions clean to get a chance to beat the champion? Like really? What sense is that supposed to make to a viewer?
i saw something on Squared Circle where it was something like, in the last 180 days, champions lost 39 times and kept their belts. 39 times! If the champions are losing 5, 6, 7 times a month, why are they the promotion's champions?! They want a sports like appearance and presentation, well, in most sports, 50-50 ball doesn't even get a team into the playoffs, much less make that team the champions! How many times have you seen a boxer or MMA person lose as champion and remain champion? Zero times, right? So why is WWE doing it 40, 50, 60+ times a year?
"Wins and losses don't matter, pal!"
Really? Then why was the industry so much bigger when they were treated like they did, you numbnuts McMahon family?