WWE No Way Out 2012: WWE Must Swerve Fans in Big Show vs. John Cena Match
At Over The Limit 2012, Big Show interfered in the John Cena vs. John Laurinaitis match and cost Cena the match. Ultimately, Big Show's interference disappointed many fans.
Like I wrote in a previous article, "Fans saw Big Show's interference coming from a hundred miles away." Big Show's interference was too predictable.
Prior to the match, John Laurinaitis received a letter from the Board of Directors stating that any superstar who interfered in his match with Cena would be fired.
Fans knew that Laurinaitis would need help defeating Cena, but which non-superstar besides Big Show could possibly help him? Laurinaitis had recently fired Big Show and helping Laurinaitis would help Show get his job back.
Predictable is boring.
There is an area of the human brain called "Broca's Region" that is constantly anticipating what is about to happen, then discounting the predictable. In other words, the more predicable you are, the faster you will be considered BORING.
Okay, predictable is boring. So what?
WWE must shock the world tonight during the Big Show vs. John Cena main event match at No Way Out.
Will Cena vs. Big Show be unpredictable?
You tell me.
If you can't think of an unpredictably good ending to the Big Show vs. John Cena main event—something that'll make everybody want to tune into Raw tomorrow night—then perhaps WWE shouldn't have made Big Show vs. John Cena the main event.
Instead, perhaps WWE should've made the WWE Championship match between CM Punk vs. Daniel Bryan vs. Kane the main event. Unlike the Big Show vs. John Cena storyline, the CM Punk vs. Daniel Bryan vs. Kane storyline has an unpredictability factor in A.J.
Sure, either John Cena or John Laurinaitis will be fired, but that doesn't make the match unpredictable. It only makes the match more meaningful. Meaningful doesn't mean exciting.
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