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Does the WWE Even Care About Fatal 4 Way?

John KindelanAnalyst IIIJune 17, 2010

What is going on with this pay-per-view? As someone who's bought every one for the last 15 years, I have to ask: What are they thinking?

We only have five matches. Sure, three of them are fatal four way matches taking up 12 superstars/divas, but most pay per views have at least eight matches.

Are they going to add matches that night, and if so, is the WWE Universe going to shell out $40 to see if more will be added?

To make matters worse, we have dangling story lines, not a lot of build up, and a whole lot of important and fantastic performers missing from the lineup.

Where is Chris Jericho?

Not having Jericho on a pay-per-view is a huge mistake. Unless he's injured, which I haven't heard anything about, he should be on this event. Why not have him continue a feud with Evan Bourne, another great star who is missing? 

The biggest news and stories online involve the NXT invasion.

What's going on with that?

Why aren't we having them face each other or have Kane, who has been getting a push lately, come in and destroy the rookies?

Where's Morrison, Zigler, MVP, Santino, Koslov, Christian, Shad, and Matt Hardy?! Heck, where are the tag teams?! Where's the Usos, the Hart Dynasty, or ANY TAG TEAM! Bring back Deuce and Domino!

I really feel that WWE is dropping the ball on this one and wouldn't be surprised if the buy rate is extremely low.

Maybe they don't care because it falls on Father's Day, and they think it's already going to be low and they're giving everyone some rest.

But I'm still questioning if spending the money to see five matches is worth it.

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