GREATEST GIMMICK OF ALL TIME, ROCK VS. PUNK AT WRESTLEMANIA AND MORE

Discussion in 'General WWE' started by Donald Trump_, Jan 26, 2013.

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  2. Do you guys ever see Brock Lesnar ever holding the WWE title again to lose it to a up coming superstar who could use that push?

    Not unless he works a longer schedule, which isn't happening. So no. I could see him at least challenging for the WWE Title (I used to consider Rock-Cena-Brock a plausible main event for WM29) but that's it.


    What's the deal with Jeff Hardy carrying around 2 belts as the TNA World Heavy Weight Champion? Why doesn't he just choose 1? The last time he was champ he just carried his belt. I think it looks goofy with him carrying 2 belts for 1 championship.

    I don't watch TNA, but if I had to guess, it must be the drugs again.


    I have been watching a few of The Undertaker's matches from his bad ass era, and the transition seems seamless. Of course it was more of his natural self. Has there ever been another change of character that worked as well?


    How can you forget Hulk Hogan? He played one of the greatest faces ever and then completely changed his character and played one of the greatest heels ever, and managed to do so while maintaining the exact same shitty quality in his matches as before. Pretty consistent. Undertaker actually improved (like fine wine) in his matches as time went on.


    Why haven't any WWE superstars hosted SNL? I mean they have a great relationship with NBC and with wrestlemania comming someone like John Cena could host and bring even more attention to buy the PPV.

    Probably because there isn't really anyone they think has enough star power (and thus mainstream appeal) to attract the attention that they would want. I'm still surprised Cena hasn't hosted the show at least once.


    Is there ANY way we see Punk win on Sunday and then the rematch at Mania in which Rock wins the belt. This feud is the only thing I tune in for at present and can’t imagine it ending after like one month. The promos are too good, there is still loads they could do, is there any word on how Vince is seeing the feud?? It may be wishful thinking but I am hoping if he sees how well it is being received he may prolong it.


    Yeah, it's called Elimination Chamber. It's the closest you'll get to a rematch of Rock/Punk. At least during the build up to the PPV, you'll still get to see more promos between the two (they will no doubt be the main focus of the match, the other four guys will be mostly filler and we all know it), regardless of who wins at the Rumble (spoiler: Rock.) I personally don't want them to main event Wrestlemania in a rematch. I have no huge problem with Rock and Cena again, and have any less of a problem with Rock and Brock.
     
  3. Do you guys ever see Brock Lesnar ever holding the WWE title again to lose it to a up coming superstar who could use that push?
    Well if his schedule continues same he can't even get the Divas Title. If Brock would like to wrestle and not only concentrate only on the money (which is very impossible) he can be WWE Champion.

    What's the deal with Jeff Hardy carrying around 2 belts as the TNA World Heavy Weight Champion? Why doesn't he just choose 1? The last time he was champ he just carried his belt. I think it looks goofy with him carrying 2 belts for 1 championship.

    Well, I don't care how many belts there are, what I think is he shouldn't have been treated different from others. I still didn't forget Victory Road 2011 incident. But most of the fans have already forgot. TNA gave this to him on a gold plate because Hardy gets ratings and mercandhise sale sadly. Wish he only had the normal belt.

    I have been watching a few of The Undertaker's matches from his bad ass era, and the transition seems seamless. Of course it was more of his natural self. Has there ever been another change of character that worked as well?

    As Klockard said Hulk Hogan. Also Randy Orton. From that cocky youngster to that cold viper. This two gimmicks are different. Also Abyss and Park :(


    Why haven't any WWE superstars hosted SNL? I mean they have a great relationship with NBC and with wrestlemania comming someone like John Cena could host and bring even more attention to buy the PPV.

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    Is there ANY way we see Punk win on Sunday and then the rematch at Mania in which Rock wins the belt. This feud is the only thing I tune in for at present and can’t imagine it ending after like one month. The promos are too good, there is still loads they could do, is there any word on how Vince is seeing the feud?? It may be wishful thinking but I am hoping if he sees how well it is being received he may prolong it.

    I think Punk will win and they will meet in Elimination Chamber with 4 more guys. Hope Punk retains until Wrestlemania, I want to see Streak vs Reign.
     
  4. Do you guys ever see Brock Lesnar ever holding the WWE title again to lose it to a up coming superstar who could use that push?

    They're letting Rock have it for a moment, so I don't see why not. If Heyman were to betray Punk than yes I see that as a strong possibility. Even him not showing up would play to his character, because his gimmick is the guy who doesn't want to be there unless there's a big check waiting.

    What's the deal with Jeff Hardy carrying around 2 belts as the TNA World Heavy Weight Champion? Why doesn't he just choose 1? The last time he was champ he just carried his belt. I think it looks goofy with him carrying 2 belts for 1 championship.

    Don't know, honestly couldn't care.


    I have been watching a few of The Undertaker's matches from his bad ass era, and the transition seems seamless. Of course it was more of his natural self. Has there ever been another change of character that worked as well?


    Festus changing into Luke Gallows was semaless. Hurricane to Gregor Helms also worked well. Dr. Issac Yankem* to Kane was a good transition. Thug Cena to Murrica Cena transitioned good. Stunning Steve Austin to Stone Cold Steve Austin might be the best though.

    Why haven't any WWE superstars hosted SNL? I mean they have a great relationship with NBC and with wrestlemania comming someone like John Cena could host and bring even more attention to buy the PPV.

    WWE superstars don't draw like they used to. However I will note Cena was on SNL one time, not hosting though. However in the past The Rock has hosted SNL while in WWE, very old though.


    Is there ANY way we see Punk win on Sunday and then the rematch at Mania in which Rock wins the belt. This feud is the only thing I tune in for at present and can’t imagine it ending after like one month. The promos are too good, there is still loads they could do, is there any word on how Vince is seeing the feud?? It may be wishful thinking but I am hoping if he sees how well it is being received he may prolong it.


    Yeah what KLockard23 said, EC will set it up that way if Punk is to retain. I think Punk retaining is a strong possibility, but we'll have to see. The promos are pretty good, but they could be better for a rivalry like this. It's just talking, it needs a little more.