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Is Wade ever going to tell us what this 'bigger picture' is? Or is there no bigger picture and he's just saying that to keep us entertained?
 

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People are saying that there's no big picture, but I say ppl should just wait till RTWM time, if nothing happens by then, then they can say there was no bigger picture
 

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Also are we ever gonna hear why Nexus helped Kane bury The Undertaker? Wade was acting like it was such a big secret and Otunga even threatened to tell everyone why they did it as a way to get under Barrett's skin.
 

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After Nexus helped Kane bury Undertaker, I legit thought for a moment that Kane was going to be announced as the leader of Nexus. And that would be the bigger picture.. obviously not.
 

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The only way I'd appreciate them having anyone other than Barrett revealed as their secret leader would be if it was Triple H taking over the company on behalf of the youth movement, to kayfabe remove Vince in preparation for him actually stepping down. Otherwise, they don't need a different leader to be revealed, just a larger motive. What that motive could be, I have no idea.
 

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The way it was going, I really thought the bigger picture would reveal itself after Summerslam.

My prediction was that Michael Cole and The Miz were behind all of it, and that's why Daniel Bryan was really kicked out. The Miz was supposed to screw Team WWE at Summerslam but Daniel Bryan replaced him and the original plan was delayed. After Team WWE won, Daniel Bryan would then go on RAW and say he would reveal the true bigger picture. However, before he could, he would get jumped by Nexus backstage, unable to deliver Cena the message.

The storyline would continue with Cena trying to investigate what the true bigger picture was all about, but for each lead he got from someone, that person would ultimately get their ass beaten in, introducing blood back into the PG era. While Cena continued to investigate, The Miz would eventually get the WWE Championship, much like the way he originally did. Orton would be taken out by The Nexus, but Cena would make the save.

The Miz would then fulfill the goal he set out to do last year, and that was to deliver a clean victory over John Cena. During the match, Cena is on the brink of defeating Miz, but Nexus suddenly appears from under the ring and beat the living crap out of Cena. Michael Cole, in a fit, would struggle to enter the HiAC to try and save The Miz, but suddenly he knocks Cena down with the belt, and The Miz, along with Nexus, would beat down Cena.

The bigger picture is then revealed in front of a bloodied Cena; a glorified and misguided attempt to bring the WWE to its former glory. Michael Cole, who now speaks on behalf of the Nexus, reveals that he is tired of being told what he can and cannot say in an era that panders to children and revolves around a clean, loving John Cena. Cole addresses his hatred about the new era of the WWE, and goes on to state how he missed calling the carnage of the Attitude Era, and missed the chaos that surrounded him, and enabled him to become a better announcer. He missed calling such lucrative and edgy television instead of being forced to shove child-friendliness down everyone's throats. He wanted to return to the Attitude Era, and The Miz was going to be the lead of that pack.

With the creation of NXT, Cole and The Miz begin to slowly but surely influence the original members of season 1 behind Vince's and the other pro's backs. However, Daniel Bryan refused to comply until the very end, wishing to also return to such an era where guys him like could flourish. The Miz, however, called for his immediate exile after the beating of John Cena. It was then revealed that the Raw GM was supposed to be announced a long time ago, but Cole and The Miz took the opportunity to hunt him down and beat him. Thus, the actual identity of the RAW GM is none other than Cole himself pulling the strings in the 'absence' of the actual RAW GM. They did not expect DB to return so soon, but regardless, the seeds were planted, and the PG rating, for the time being, was now forced away as The Nexus, along with The Miz and the RAW GM Michael Cole, begin to force a new Era to begin.

This would immediately continue the fued between Daniel Bryan and The Miz w/ Michael Cole & Alex Riley, and place Daniel Bryan immediately into the top spot while Cena fueds with Wade Barret. Randy Orton would then finally have a chance to fued with the younger members of Nexus and, with his star power, put them over without really losing any momentum. This would also enable more time for each Nexus member to get more screen time compared to right now, where Nexus was pretty much Barrett's lackeys untl now. It would also maybe turn Edge face after his apparent anger towards the RAW GM.
 

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The way it was going, I really thought the bigger picture would reveal itself after Summerslam.

My prediction was that Michael Cole and The Miz were behind all of it, and that's why Daniel Bryan was really kicked out. The Miz was supposed to screw Team WWE at Summerslam but Daniel Bryan replaced him and the original plan was delayed. After Team WWE won, Daniel Bryan would then go on RAW and say he would reveal the true bigger picture. However, before he could, he would get jumped by Nexus backstage, unable to deliver Cena the message.

The storyline would continue with Cena trying to investigate what the true bigger picture was all about, but for each lead he got from someone, that person would ultimately get their ass beaten in, introducing blood back into the PG era. While Cena continued to investigate, The Miz would eventually get the WWE Championship, much like the way he originally did. Orton would be taken out by The Nexus, but Cena would make the save.

The Miz would then fulfill the goal he set out to do last year, and that was to deliver a clean victory over John Cena. During the match, Cena is on the brink of defeating Miz, but Nexus suddenly appears from under the ring and beat the living crap out of Cena. Michael Cole, in a fit, would struggle to enter the HiAC to try and save The Miz, but suddenly he knocks Cena down with the belt, and The Miz, along with Nexus, would beat down Cena.

The bigger picture is then revealed in front of a bloodied Cena; a glorified and misguided attempt to bring the WWE to its former glory. Michael Cole, who now speaks on behalf of the Nexus, reveals that he is tired of being told what he can and cannot say in an era that panders to children and revolves around a clean, loving John Cena. Cole addresses his hatred about the new era of the WWE, and goes on to state how he missed calling the carnage of the Attitude Era, and missed the chaos that surrounded him, and enabled him to become a better announcer. He missed calling such lucrative and edgy television instead of being forced to shove child-friendliness down everyone's throats. He wanted to return to the Attitude Era, and The Miz was going to be the lead of that pack.

With the creation of NXT, Cole and The Miz begin to slowly but surely influence the original members of season 1 behind Vince's and the other pro's backs. However, Daniel Bryan refused to comply until the very end, wishing to also return to such an era where guys him like could flourish. The Miz, however, called for his immediate exile after the beating of John Cena. He did not expect DB to return so soon, but regardless, the seeds were planted, and the PG rating, for the time being, was now forced away as The Nexus, along with The Miz and Michael Cole, begin to force a new Era to begin.
I actually would've liked this more than the storyline they came up with.
 

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Dear WWE HR department,

Please accept the following as Natsuke's application for one of the now-vacant writer jobs.

My prediction was that Michael Cole and The Miz were behind all of it, and that's why Daniel Bryan was really kicked out. The Miz was supposed to screw Team WWE at Summerslam but Daniel Bryan replaced him and the original plan was delayed. After Team WWE won, Daniel Bryan would then go on RAW and say he would reveal the true bigger picture. However, before he could, he would get jumped by Nexus backstage, unable to deliver Cena the message.

The storyline would continue with Cena trying to investigate what the true bigger picture was all about, but for each lead he got from someone, that person would ultimately get their ass beaten in, introducing blood back into the PG era. While Cena continued to investigate, The Miz would eventually get the WWE Championship, much like the way he originally did. Orton would be taken out by The Nexus, but Cena would make the save.

The Miz would then fulfill the goal he set out to do last year, and that was to deliver a clean victory over John Cena. During the match, Cena is on the brink of defeating Miz, but Nexus suddenly appears from under the ring and beat the living crap out of Cena. Michael Cole, in a fit, would struggle to enter the HiAC to try and save The Miz, but suddenly he knocks Cena down with the belt, and The Miz, along with Nexus, would beat down Cena.

The bigger picture is then revealed in front of a bloodied Cena; a glorified and misguided attempt to bring the WWE to its former glory. Michael Cole, who now speaks on behalf of the Nexus, reveals that he is tired of being told what he can and cannot say in an era that panders to children and revolves around a clean, loving John Cena. Cole addresses his hatred about the new era of the WWE, and goes on to state how he missed calling the carnage of the Attitude Era, and missed the chaos that surrounded him, and enabled him to become a better announcer. He missed calling such lucrative and edgy television instead of being forced to shove child-friendliness down everyone's throats. He wanted to return to the Attitude Era, and The Miz was going to be the lead of that pack.

With the creation of NXT, Cole and The Miz begin to slowly but surely influence the original members of season 1 behind Vince's and the other pro's backs. However, Daniel Bryan refused to comply until the very end, wishing to also return to such an era where guys him like could flourish. The Miz, however, called for his immediate exile after the beating of John Cena. It was then revealed that the Raw GM was supposed to be announced a long time ago, but Cole and The Miz took the opportunity to hunt him down and beat him. Thus, the actual identity of the RAW GM is none other than Cole himself pulling the strings in the 'absence' of the actual RAW GM. They did not expect DB to return so soon, but regardless, the seeds were planted, and the PG rating, for the time being, was now forced away as The Nexus, along with The Miz and the RAW GM Michael Cole, begin to force a new Era to begin.

This would immediately continue the fued between Daniel Bryan and The Miz w/ Michael Cole & Alex Riley, and place Daniel Bryan immediately into the top spot while Cena fueds with Wade Barret. Randy Orton would then finally have a chance to fued with the younger members of Nexus and, with his star power, put them over without really losing any momentum. This would also enable more time for each Nexus member to get more screen time compared to right now, where Nexus was pretty much Barrett's lackeys untl now. It would also maybe turn Edge face after his apparent anger towards the RAW GM.
 

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It'a kind of hard to reveal the bigger picture when the two likely candidates to enter into the storyline (either 'Taker or HHH) are both out on injury. Give them some time to heal up and maybe we'll see.
 

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I've always assumed The Miz has something to do with the "bigger picture". To this very day, in the 8 months that Nexus has terrorized Monday Night Raw, he is the only superstar that hasn't been attacked by them.

Being a heel never stopped Chris Jericho and Edge from getting their ass kicked, and Sheamus had to cut a deal just to save his skin, but whenever Wade Barrett and The Miz are in the same ring together, Barrett tends to act like The Miz is more of an equal or respected rival rather than someone else for his gang to beat down. At one point, on the Old School Raw, he even appeared slightly threatened by him.

The clues from creative are all there. The Miz's storyline is the only one that hasn't been affected in some way by the prescense of Nexus, and vice versa. Every time we THINK he'll get involved and clash with them, something always prevents it from happening.

Maybe it's just a coincidence. Probably not.
 

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The bigger picture is.....................there is no bigger picture.
This.

WWE barely plans anything a week in advance. They don't know who the Raw GM is and they sure as hell don't know what Nexus' "bigger picture" is. And we likely will never find out.
 

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I'd love for the "bigger picture" to be revealed at WM, and lead to Barrett going over Cena and a monster heel run.

But, what will probably happen is nothing will come of it.
 

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No matter what it is, its never gonna be anywhere near as big as Barrett lets it on to be

Id say it will quietly be forgotten about, Vintage WWE
 

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Here's my theory, and I think its very very plausible, but thats just me:

I believe that the greater picture angle was originally supposed to be a top star leading the Nexus,(Most likely Triple H) that was planned at the beginning of the angle just incase Barret needed an extra boost and help, but they saw that Barret didn't need it and scrapped the angle.
 
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