It’s hard to build up a feud when one of the two rivals is not even at the event. It is also hard to build up a feud when one of the rivals is wrestling around in barbecue sauce.
Where was the Big Show?
A few minutes of Big Show talking and John Cena being “interviewed” by Michael Cole did not feel like enough to make me any more interested in the upcoming match between Cena and the Big Show.
I am starting to become excited by what the Big Show is saying. He is acknowledging that he has been a joke for most of his career. Perhaps, like Mark Henry, he can revive his career by becoming ruthless and unstoppable.
We have seen Show be the “giant” he claims to be by destroying Brodus Clay, among others. Tonight I kept waiting for him to interfere in Cena’s match, but it never happened. Instead it was a Big “No-Show.”
I have seen enough meaningless feuds for John Cena this year. At the very least I wanted to see the Big Show continue his momentum tonight and prove to the WWE Universe that there is a reason we should even care about this feud.
Are you excited about John Cena and the Big Show’s match?