WWE and The Truth of The Conspiracy: Good Business

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WWE and The Truth of The Conspiracy: Good Business
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At Capital Punishment, much the surprise of this writer, R-Truth lost to John Cena in the main event for the WWE Championship.

However, before the match, a video package was shown, where R-Truth discussed the nature and execution of the supposed conspiracy that has kept him away from The WWE Championship, and the man it all revolves around.

Ironically enough, he's absolutely right. In a way, it is a conspiracy. And it's not just about Cena. Truth has only hit the tip of the iceberg when it comes to this conspiracy. It's already hit more than just Truth. It's gotten to a lot of guys and it revolves not only around Cena.

The conspiracy, (or Good Business, as I call it,) is designed to let make Randy Orton and John Cena look like Super Soldiers/Supermen. It's why RAW and Smackdown revolve around them. Ya ever notice how Orton and Cena almost never lose clean, if at all? I cry conspiracy.

"Good Business" has held back talented superstars for Orton and Cena, while rewarding those "Management" likes. Others that have benefited from this conspiracy are The Great Khali, Sheaums (while I do think he's World champion material, he was far from ready, and the reigns kind of ruined his character because he looked like a coward,) and Dolph Ziggler, (again, not ready for his 11 minutes of being one of the best in the world.)

The conspiracy called "Good Business" is responsible for those that deserve better getting shafted, such as CM Punk in recent months, Wade Barrett, and the biggest tragedy of them all Zack Ryder. CM Punk has been forced to lead a group of misfits known as The New Nexus, Wade Barrett has been turned into a joke since he was kicked out of Nexus and sent to Smackdown, and his I.C. Title run was terrible, and Zack Ryder...well, I think the mere fact that he can't get TV time in his own home town, is proof positive of a conspiracy.

And it doesn't just stop at Randy Orton and John Cena. It goes ALL the way to the TOP! It goes to WWE Creative, HHH and Stephanie McMahon, and Mr.McMahon. You'll notice, if ya go back and watch the video, Mr.McMahon kind of avoided the issue of talking about any kind of conspiracy when he was confronted by R-Truth, opting to use Stone Cold as a scapegoat.

Batista even caught on to it. Calling John Cena a "Corporate Creation" and a "Paper Champion." Unfortunately, The Altered Animal, would go on to retire. Funny how, not long after figuring this stuff out, Batista left. After being confined to a wheelchair for a time.

Christian, is another person to suffer for "Good Business." Given a two-day title run with the World Heavyweight Championship, in his SECOND run with WWE. Funny, how he proved he could handle being the face of a company in TNA, winning two world titles, before returning to the WWE where again, the conspiracy got to him, and he was shafted to ECW.

Shelton Benjamin, was one of the best in The WWE, save for somewhat below average mic skills, and we all know you can't be World Champion without those. A man who put on great matches with guys like Triple H, Christian, and throwing his body to the limit in Money in The Bank Ladder matches...couldn't even be given a run with the ECW Championship. Really? Really? And The Miz gets to be WWE Champion over Shelton? Funny, isn't it?

Even former WWE Superstar, and current TNA Talent, Elijah Burke, now known as "The Pope" D'Angelo Dinero, was a victim of The Conspiracy. Go back and take a look at Burke in ECW, and tell me he wasn't talented on the mic. Tell me he wasn't great in the ring. Similar in skill set, to Elijah Burke. So tell me, why WWE let him go? Or even better, look at him in TNA. Look at him in the main event with A.J. Styles. Then look at other matches with the likes of Ken Anderson, Desmond Wolfe, and Samoa Joe. Looks pretty good, if you ask me, and yet WWE let him go. Isn't that funny?

Instances abound of "Good Business" at work. R-Truth said it himself, when he said to John Cena "You are just a propaganda tool, designed to make all these people feel good." Much like a Super Hero. Much like Superman. Which brings us right back to a man who could kick out of three match-ending moves. 

So, everyone thinks there isn't a conspiracy? Well there is, but it has a name. It's Good Business, and that's The Truth, The Whole Truth, and Nothing, But The Truth.

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