After Awesome Truth crashed the Hell in the Cell PPV and were arrested by security, the whole WWE roster finally began to take notice of the Conspiracy.
They complained that what happened at Hell in a Cell happened for a reason and that their safety was being threatened.
In the end of it all, they voted "No Confidence" and Triple H was fired as the Raw General Manager.
Now first of all, I believe quite frankly the writers took another cop out with the reason for the walkout in the first place.
Instead of focusing on the "safety" of the superstars, why not instead focus on them being dissatsified with their positions in the company?
Beth Phoenix could've voted "No Confidence" to the fact that the Divas constantly get second hand treatment and aren't given any respect. She could've even brought up to Triple H the fact that Barbie Dolls such as Kelly Kelly were given more attention than real wrestlers such as herself.
Instead of focusing on "safety", guys such as Wade Barrett could've spoken out in the same manner that Punk did. They could've spoken out on John Cena getting too much spotlight for too long.
They could've spoken out on how the likes of Kevin Nash were taken attention and time away from rising young stars such as Air Boom and Barrett.
There were so many better reasons for a walkout rather than "safety issues". Things in the WWE were much more unsafe in the Attitude Era than they are now.
And then, the result of the walkout was the promotion of John Laurinaitis to Intern General Manager.
Last time I checked, Laurinaitis was the reason for all this mess in the first place. He was the reason why Vince McMahon refused to wise up to the changing of the times and guard. He was the "yes" man to McMahon's decisions.
And the superstars walked out just to have Vince's yes man take control of Raw?
Heck, why was the focus solely on Raw anyways? What about Smackdown?
WWE completely dropped the ball on this portion of the angle which could've made things more interesting and more crucial.