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VINCE'S FEELINGS ON CHRISTIAN AND HOW JEFF JARRETT CAN FIGURE IN, DANIEL BRYAN FORCING WWE TO CHANGE, UNDERTAKER VS. BROCK LESNAR AND MORE

By Dave Scherer on 2014-02-16 09:59:00

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So what's Vince's deal with Christian? When the announcers are talking during a Christian match about the "Face of the WWE", JBL keeps on making fun of Christian's face. It's annoying and takes away from the match. Is this similar to that inside "joke" of people within WWE saying Lillian has a "horse face"? (Which she obviously doesn't.)

Yes, the in joke is that Vince McMahon has never "liked Christian's look". Real funny stuff huh? It's just like calling a pretty woman a horse face or mocking Jim Ross with Dr. Heiney when the man wasn't sure if he had colon cancer or not. Anti-Bully much Vince? Anyway, there is a lot of talk that Christian will not do a new deal when his contract expires. I wonder how Jeff Jarrett feels about him?

Hey guys, a lot of people whine (wrongfully in my mind) about WWE going PG. However with the idea of creating a more family friendly product, has it actually worked? Since they went PG have more kids and families been going to WWE Events or watching it than before. I always got the impression that the WWE core demographic was mid teen to late 20's males, is this still the case and has it ever been?

There are definitely more younger kids at shows now than there were before they embraced PG. There are still plenty in the demogragphic you mention however.

In regards to a question posted on Feb 12 about the Network editing certain things such as ECW, didn't they already state that there would be some programming that wouldn't necessarily fall under the PG banner, and would be marked as TV 14 and such? So with the exception on the language being bleeped, shouldn't we be able to see ECW in all its glory?

They did say that but they also have a staunch anti-blood stance as a company, so until they actually air it I am taking a "wait and see" attitude.

I know that with Vince in charge nothing is ever certain and Mania plans can change on a dime, but if you had to guess, what would you say the odds are that Vince gives the fans what they want and either puts Daniel Bryan in the championship match at Mania in some form or has him walk out as champion to end the night with that "feel good moment" every Bryan fan is craving?

At this point, I would say maybe 50/50, which is way up from no chance at all from last month. The company realizes that the fans will probably hijack the show if Bryan isn't in the main event. The question is, basically, whether they will hold on to their thinking that "working against HHH is a main event". They think so, obviously, but the fans don't.

As of this question being written, it still appears that we will see Undertaker vs. Brock Lesnar at Mania XXX. If it ever happens, this year or in the future, what would be the best way to build to that match? For example, could WWE attempt to get permission to use the footage of Taker challenging Lesnar after Brock lost the UFC title? Also, given their issues, would it be best for the two of them not to see each other face to face until the Mania match? Also, how much buzz do you think the match would get once the WWE audience as a whole learns about it?

First off, they are both pros. Whatever bad blood they have had in the past will not affect their professionalism in any way, shape or form. To me, if Lesnar is not going to be in the Title match at Mania the best way to set this up is have Paul Heyman do a promo where The Authority is afraid of Brock so they are keeping him out of the Title hunt. Heyman rants and raves and says no one in WWE can give Brock a real fight. Cue the Undertaker's music and entrance.

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