WWE Positive Counterpoints, Volume III: 5 Reasons a New WHC Is Actually Okay

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WWE Positive Counterpoints, Volume III: 5 Reasons a New WHC Is Actually Okay
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Once again, someone's gotta do it.  Please see the last slide for past Positive Counterpoint articles of mine, as well as a link to FightLife Magazine.  Take a look!

THIS ARTICLE DEALS HEAVILY WITH SPOILERS OF LAST NIGHT'S SMACKDOWN TAPINGS, IF YOU HAVEN'T ALREADY READ THEM!  THERE, DISCLAIMER OVER!

Upon formulating this article, I attempted to come up with catchy names within the character limit to veil what had occurred during last night's Smackdown tapings, as I tend to be as considerate with my articles giving away Friday Night reveals as I can.  However, since so many writers have already carelessly decided to unleash their feelings without any consideration for the folks who wish to be surprised (even in article TITLES), I figured spending anymore effort in covering up the details were rather futile, so I picked this one and a photo.

In short terms, last night's Smackdown tapings have seen Randy Orton put in an impromptu match against Christian for the World Heavyweight Championship and the Viper taking the title off Edge's best friend.

That's the short version.

Thing is, you can read all the spoilers you want and unless someone describes in excruciating detail every word of every promo, every facial expression, every match, every single thing that occurs no matter how minuscule, all you can really judge is the short version, the outcome.

So once again, I feel compelled to counter the wave of negativity with some level of optimism.

Don't get me wrong about any of what you're about to read, and what you can retroactively view in the links to my past Positive Counterpoint articles.  I'm not necessarily implying that every negative thing that people say about events such as the WWE Rebranding, the 2011 Draft and Christian having the World Championship pulled off him and slapped onto Randy Orton is wrong. 

It's not.  My first reaction to seeing my followers on Twitter complain was exactly as theirs was.  Anger, bitterness, frustration.

But let's do a little breaking down of this situation, in hopes of calming down...

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