Having absorbed everything that happened Monday night on RAW and having a couple of days to think through things, I sense that WWE may have actually missed out on a golden opportunity regarding Roman Reigns. Now, if someone has already mentioned this, please accept my apologies since I've apparently missed it so, with that being said, bear with me: So, as of now, we can all agree that the whole matter regarding Roman Reigns and WWE's effort of getting him over, making him THE face of the company etc. has pretty much turned into a debacle and the way this has progressed, it feels like we are headed towards disaster as far as WM 32 is concerned. I mean, we have the supposidly "bad guy" in HHH receiving big pops and getting all the cheers whereas the supposidly "good guy" is being consantly booed out of every building. Now, the issue is not about how we got here (we all pretty much are aware of what went wrong anyway) but how WWE can salvage this situation and turn the tables around in their favor, if that indeed is even possible at this point. Whether WWE like it or not, they are royally fucked at the moment and stuck in a situation where they need to pull off something really big in order to make this happen their way. This brings me to my point...Shane MacMahon. There is no doubt that the pop Shane got when his music hit and he showed up was a Steven Austin like, or a Daniel Bryan like or a Rock like pop, litterally blowing off the roof (I personally had chills just watching the entire crowd go bananas and I'm pretty sure you guys did as well). In order to understand how big the reaction was, the MacMahon's in the ring were forced to silence mode for like 3-4 minutes just letting the crowd go at it; just incredible and certainly a memorable moment overall. So the story we were told is that Shane wants to take control of RAW for the reasons he explained (which we all agree with I'm sure) and, oh what a surprise, Vince is all ok about it...as long as he wins one match and, well, you know the rest. Now, Shane vs The Undertaker is certainly an intruiging idea but one would have to think that there's a lot of weirdness in it as well. I mean, since when does Vince control the Undertaker? And does this mean the Undertaker is now a heel? Regardless, my point here is that instead of Shane having a match against the Undertaker, what if this "taking control of RAW" was inserted into the main event? You would have HHH with Vince and Stephanie obviously on his corner and then Roman Reigns with Shane in his corner and with the stakes as high as they can get. Not only would HHH and Roman be competing for the title, but the future of RAW would also be on the line and, you know the drill, if Roman wins, he becomes the new champion and Shane takes over RAW etc. If this were the case, wouldn't the crowd get behind Roman Reigns? If the crowd is behind Shane almost 100% (which they are), wouldn't that lead to them getting behind Roman Reigns as well? Why not use that momentum and shift it? Granted, perhaps WWE themselves may not have felt that Shane would get such a reaction but the way I see it, they had to expect it cause we all loved and love Shane. So, bottom line, is this is a golden opportunity wasted by WWE in order to turn things around with Roman Reigns in their favor?