WWE RAW Febuary 4th 2013 Live Discussion Thread

Discussion in 'RAW' started by Big Hoss Rambler, Feb 3, 2013.

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    When

    United States: LIVE, Monday Night, February 4, at 8/7c on the USA Network
    United Kingdom: Tuesday Morning, February 5, at 1AM on SkySportsHD3


    Where

    Philips Arena in Atlanta, GA

    RAW Five-Point Preview


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    1. Who is next in Brock Lesnar's sights?

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    2. How will The Chairman respond to Lesnar's attack?

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    3. Is Paul Heyman on borrowed time?

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    4. What will The Shield do next?

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    5. Will CM Punk stick with Paul Heyman?

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  2. I'm excited to see the new faction, and it's storyline progressing.
     
  3. "With a roster of Superstars at his command, could Mr. McMahon employ their services? Will action come as soon as Monday, or will the boss bide his time before he unleashes holy hell on Lesnar for what he did? Regardless of how big or bad Lesnar is, Mr. McMahon is certain to find a way to even the score."

    That's very interesting.
     
  4. Ryback ? HHH?

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    Not rock there ...
    Heyman 5/5 .. Such as a :boss:
     
  5. Most likely HHH :meh:
     
  6. It'll be trips.
     
  7. I hope Triple H doesn't return until another week, so we can get some mayhem on Raw to really build up how bad Paul Heyman's stable is, rather than already having someone step in to save the day. Besides how often do we get bad guy endings. Imagine the sight of Heyman, Shield, Punk, & Lesnar standing in the middle of the ring among bodies of face superstar, that would be a great cliffhanger for next weeks episode.
     
  8. I'm hoping it'll be Taker some how.
     
  9. It'll start with Ryder and work its way up to tensai
     
  10. I'm excited about a heel stable smashing all the faces.

    Too bad WWE won't let the bad guy prevail.

    Go, go super Cena :facepalm1:
     
  11. I'm gonna watch live, Rock won't be there right?
     
  12. Would mark big time, but we all know it's Triple H :downer:
     
  13. Sheamus almost took out the Shield single handed. It's a shame no one man has went over on the Shield yet. WWE is smart for once. Though this is way better than Nexus. :nogusta:
     
  14. .....What?

    The fact that no one man has buried the Shield yet is great. Not the other way around.
     
  15. Did you bother reading the rest of my post?
     
  16. To be fair this makes no sense:

    "It's a shame no one man has went over on the Shield yet. WWE is smart for once. Though this is way better than Nexus."

    It's a shame; yet WWE is smart?
     
  17. This.
     
  18. Sorry yeah, I did make that sound confusing. What I meant is I would like to see someone like Ryback take out the Shield single handed. What I meant by saying WWE actually did something right for once, is that by the Shield not being taken down by one guy, WWE is actually booking the show in the fans interest for once. Did I make that less confusing this time around? lol
     
  19. It's still kind of confusing. You want someone to single handedly take out the shield (thus eliminating the stable's credibility for the large part, since if one man can take out three guys, then what danger are they?) yet you think it is smart that they are being booked as dominantly as they are. You need to make up your mind it seems. Do you like that the Shield is being dominant or do you want to see them buried?
     
  20. I'm neutral on that question. I like how they are dominating, but the only person that I would like to see eventually bury the Shield (1 by 1, not all at once) is Ryback. The feud actually started with Ryback, so why not have their reign of terror be overturned by Ryback? It seems like the only logical way to end the stable. It's too soon to end it right now though. That's just how I would like the future bookings to turn out. Plus, Ryback is built for taking on multiple people at once, so that's perfect for him to be honest.