All the wrestlers on the stage should of interfered

Discussion in 'RAW' started by BrockLesnarFanForLife, Sep 1, 2013.

  1. All the wrestlers on the stage should of interfered and helped Daniel and then there would be no wrestlers to do the shows so HHH would be fucked then so really he shouldnt be saying stuff like if anyone got involved they would be fired
     
  2. What about the heels? Only faces would interfere, they would get fired. Even if wrassling was real, Hunter would just keep the heels in the company and have them face each other lul.
     
  3. Commenting on this one since it's actually a pretty good topic.

    Seen plenty of people complain about this, it's making the entire roster look weak, HHH conquers all, yadda-yadda-yadda... I'm enjoying the realism of it. Even with your boss being a dick, when you're working for a company that pays FAR more than any other company in the same field, would you stand up to your boss and possibly be fired? No. You wouldn't.

    But on the other hand, this entire Show/Miz/Ziggler faction seems unnecessary. So far it's just felt like another case of Triple H trying to step on people because he just HAS to do that to make sure he's over. You don't, HHH. Doubt Ziggler is getting anything out of this and pushing the other two as babyfaces is a waste of time, so nothing good can come from this.
     
  4. I wouldn't be surprised to see an angle similar to what they did with Mick Foley in 2000 during the McMahon/Helmsley Era. They fired Foley on-screen, and on the next week's Raw, just about every wrestler in the company that wasn't aligned with the new regime (HHH/Stephanie/X-Pac/New Age Outlaws) gathered around the ring and threatened to walk out on the company if they didn't hire Foley back. Since they so often like to repeat angles from the past, I'd be interested to see Bryan end up fired only for several wrestlers to finally take a stand and threaten to walk out if Bryan isn't rehired. If this happens later after Punk is done with Heyman, I could see CM Punk, the company's #1 anti-establishment character, being the one to lead the pack into walking out on Triple H if he doesn't rehire Bryan. It makes sense with Bryan daring them to fire him and with his history of being fired once before already.
     
  5. I was know this is not going to happen in any shape or form but i was actually really hoping to hear the old shattering glass and stone cold steve austin to walk down there and give hhh and the new corporation all a stunner.
     
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