This is an open letter to WWE that I have written for as many people as possible to read. In here I’m expressing my feelings about the use of wrestlers (male and female) in WWE, the storylines and gimmicks. I’m just a fan, maybe a fan who thinks and cares too much, therefore I’m writing this open letter to feel a little better but also try to push forward demands for the wrestlers who won’t ever say anything bad about the company, so someone else has to do this for them. At the end this open letter will be nothing else but a drop of tear. But many tears will make a river and when you don’t change anything, WWE, this river will become an ocean that will finally run over your headquarters and your whole company.
I’m furious. And I’m calm at the same time. I’m furious because fans expressing their demands and feelings for so long already. But everything that WWE does is throwing out a few bones to their fans like they are dogs. And when the big wave of anger is swept away, it’s back to the usual business. But I’m also calm because I’m able to express my feelings; I’m able to put into words what’s wrong with the WWE, with this company that acts like it stands above all, like it’s the only true religion on Earth. But viewership goes down and apparently Vince McMahon doesn’t know why. So, please, lean back and read on. I’ll tell you right now.
It’s quite remarkable how fast the tide can turn in WWE within just a couple of weeks, isn’t it? From being almost a jobber Dean Ambrose is back in the main event picture with a bang. And all of a sudden he’s the one again we see basically during the entire show. Could be a strategy by WWE to make the fans get weary of him. Could be also a sign that WWE finally noticed what they have in Dean Ambrose. I guess we’ll get a hint of which one it is on Elimination Chamber this Sunday.
In just two weeks Elimination Chamber will take place (for whatever reason). So there is little time to built the match card for it. Before RAW started I wasn’t very excited for this Pay-Per-View but after I’ve seen it a little more. We’re back with Dean Ambrose vs Seth Rollins 2.0 and hopefully this time with a different finish.
When you don’t really care about the actual match but even more about the earlier backstage segment, something quite interesting but also different must have happened. It also mirrored that Dean Ambrose’s booking is still horrible.
This RAW episode was disappointing but you could have expected something like that. We were teased since Friday that Bray Wyatt would reveal a secret about Dean Ambrose but nothing happened on Monday. Both men didn’t even talk to each other which is strange because I personally had expected a reply by Dean Ambrose on the lengthy promo by Bray Wyatt on Friday. If WWE can teach you anything than it’s “don’t expect anything – you only get disappointed”.
It’s a crazy game / tell me who’s to blame, I’m kind of curious +++ I ain’t a betting man +++ I’ll just stand here quietly complaining +++ Speak my language +++ It’s love, brother love +++ Stamp your ticket, John +++ Here’s my gun for a barrel of fun +++ You have somebody else I think we imitate +++ I have missed you, Johnny, great to know you by my side
Happy 15th birthday +++ Kane is a party pooper +++ Seth Rollins now has got a bodyguard +++ Triple H and The Rock announce the main event for Wrestlemania 31 +++ JBL likes slapstick +++ Dean Ambrose apparently has got a new finisher