What about this (other than everything) doesn't scream Main Event? Courtesy of WWE.
Mizfan: I suppose the real question here is not so much who will win, but more who will interfere to help John Laurinaitis win?
To set the stage for the uninformed, since his arrival John Laurinaitis has been schizophrenically feuding with various Steve Austin stand-ins, the latest of whom is none other than ol’ John Cena.
When Johnny’s dastardly plan to use Brock Lesnar to rip Cena’s arm off and beat him to death with it did not pan out, Johnny decided to do the next best thing and wallop Cena with his shoe.
A match was set, much to the dismay of wrestling purists, between the 46-year-old Laurinaitis and the John who no longer needs championships to main event everything. With this past Monday’s edict from the board that any WWE Superstar who interferes in the match will be fired, and that if Big Johnny loses HE will be fired, it seems like all the odds are stacked in Cena’s favor.
Anyone who knows anything about booking knows this is almost a guarantee that Cena will take the fall here, and since WWE is high on the Johnny Ace train right now I do not see any chance that he ends up on the unemployment line.
The smart money is on an interfering Brock Lesnar or Big Show (or both) to give Johnny his big win, as both are lingering in a state of unemployment, but by hook or by crook you can expect the reign of scratchy voiced “People Power” to continue.
Mystic: I’m going to give a shout out to my friend Caleb here who messaged me with the idea that Big Show might interfere to gain favor or his job.
All I said was, “Oh, so that’s why they dragged out that Big Show promo to the point of being painful.” I’ve already said what I wanted to see elsewhere, which is a John Cena win, a draft, and distinctive brands.
If I cannot get that, if John Laurinaitis has to win, please give me somebody other than Big Show. I have nothing against the guy and he usually does better than what is asked of him, but it never seems that anything he is involved in is fresh.
I do not know what that’s about. I really want to pick John Cena here, but I feel like there was some meeting that every fan but myself attended where the outcome was already determined.
If they must have unemployed WWE wrestlers interfere, they should have fun with it. Why not a line of them? Why not guys you would never expect, (What is KoKo B. Ware doing now)? If this is going to be a replica of the Attitude Era, then at least ten guys should interfere in each match.