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REMEMBER WHEN THE WWE WRESTLERS STOOD UP TO HHH (WWE DOESN'T WANT YOU TO), SHOULD TNA GO AFTER JIM ROSS, WHAT IF WWE TURNED THE WYATTS INTO A COMEDY GROUP AND MORE

By Dave Scherer on 2013-09-17 09:59:00

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I'm digging the Wyatt Family's act, but I'm just cringing at the thought that Vince and uncreative is going to turn gold into lead yet again and reduce another surefire hit to a comedy act. Do you think the Wyatts can stay at their level if booking goes south?

If the booking goes south and they make the Wyatts a comedy act, their push/overness will go with it.

Remember when the WWE superstars all banded together and went on strike to oust HHH from his role running RAW? Because WWE doesn't think you do.

Yes, the vote of no confidence. I sure do. They do not.

Do you not think that the bully Ryback character would be a perfect edition to the new Triple H led corporate team and could you see a Daniel Bryan vs. Triple H co main event at wrestlemania or do you think that storyline would be over by then?

I think Triple H will be in the middle of something by Mania. My fear is that he keeps holding down Bryan and John Cena comes back to save the day, taking on H. RyBully would fit in with H's group fine. I just don't want to see it.

Now that Jim Ross has left WWE do you think Dixie Carter should release Hogan and Bischoff and move heaven and earth for Jim Ross. I mean he could only make it better or would he be too old school like Jim Cornette?

I think Carter should release Hogan and Bischoff no matter what, since they have not elevated the company the way that said they would when they come in. But yes if I were her, I would also make a serious run at Ross. Obviously, doing things her own way has not elevated the company at all. As for JR, given that so far he has played the good soldier in this "retirement" story, it's possibly he got a golden parachute deal that would keep him from going to TNA, if he even wanted to.

What is the storyline for Damien Sandow? He's booked to win the Money in the Bank briefcase, but has lost practically lost every match thereafter. How is this building towards a World Championship match? It just seems like another great WWE talent lost in the shuffle.

If you can tell me we will both know! It makes no sense to me either. WWE would probably say "we are setting up future contenders!" But I think it's just bad booking.

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