Would've been better than what we got, that's for sure.
Not really. Any scenario other than him winning the title was just as bad. Any finish killed the character except him beathing Seth.
Bray Wyatt, the guy who plays with puppets in his Fun House is a pussy with no credibility. I called them booking it like this a while ago, it was so obvious someone was eventually going to invade the Fun House. The Fiend is still very "protected" I use quote marks, because WWE think they are protecting him, even though they are fucking inept at doing so.
Well, congratulations at predicting this. The problem is, this wasn't Vinces decision. This was a FOX directive to kill this part of the act.
I don't know about result, I would hope common sense would prevail and the 32 year old who is there every week and most over guy on the show
He's not going to be the most over guy on the show for much longer. Hell, he might already not be the most over guy on the show anymore. He definitely won't be soon. The Funhouse was wildly popular and without that, he has no promos, so no way to connect to the audience, you also remove the split personality which was the most interesting thing about him. It's dead. The act is dead.
would beat the 54 year old who is never there and has long since ruined his legacy. Who the fuck knows with this company.
I know. They put old, part time guys over their full time stars all the time. Age and availability doesn't matter to them. The only thing is, who is the bigger star? The bigger star wins. The problem is, this is the mentality that stops them from having big stars.
I'm predicting this match because I think they are going to keep the belt on Rollins and "protect" Wyatt again at Crown Jewel. Plus, the clock in the Fun House...
Of course they are. There's zero chance Bray Wyatt wins. Zero. It's a Saudi Arabia show, nothing happens on them, ever. It's Bray Wyatt, Vince is incredibly down on his abilities. He's on SmackDown and he's not moving, and them burning down the Funhouse proves it. Fox wanted that dead. Those executives, you could see it on their faces, they did not like it when they saw it on the premiere, and it's gone. Why they want him as an act, presumably because it's over, when they're going to make sure it stops being over is beyond me.
Nobody in the world wants to see Seth/Brock again. Nobody.
He does, pal.