WWE Way Too Predictable These Days

David PhillipsAnalyst IMarch 11, 2009

Anyone who watched Raw on Monday knows exactly what I'm talking about.

First, Jericho in a MITB qualifer? Yea right, he wasn't going to win. I thought there was no way Kofi could beat him without a distraction from a legend and guess what—tada!

Flair just happens to comes out.

JBL wins the IC title—duh! C.M. Punk is in the MITB ladder match and we all know the IC Title has to be defended at WrestleMania 25.

OK, Shawn and the Undertaker tag next week—how many times has WWE done this?

Then John Cena reveals that Vickie and Big Show have an affair—didn't we all know that after SD on Friday? 

Then WWE decides to relive the Austin Pilman angle with HHH and Orton. WWE only brings cameras to superstars' houses yet again.

RAW was boring to me, as well—there were no surprises like back in the day.

WWE needs to become creative.

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