At all, do they? Watch your average supehero movie or good guy movie, they always make you believe that the good guy has no chance of winning, and it makes you get behind them somewhat. At Extreme Rules when Cena faced Brock, the Chicago crowd - who at the start of the night where booing him - began to support him. Why? Two reasons IMO. One - Brock's a great heel. Two: They made it seem as if Cena was the underdog, as if he was getting destroyed and had no chance back. This is how your faces should get booked. Instead they make the faces always win, which makes it harder to get behind them. Everyone knows that crowds love an underdog right? So why make the heel the underdog? It makes people above the age of 8 want them to get the victory over the face. Yesterday night, Michael Cole got absolutely destroyed and humiliated in front of millions. It made me feel sorry for Michael Cole the character. I appreciate that he gets paid lots to do a pretty easy job, and I've got no reason to, but what kind of good person does that to someone?(Kayfabe) It doesn't make me want to suport him at all? They aren't just out of touch, they don't even understand how people work. Thick bastards.