Wade Barrett versus Randy Orton sounds like a match that should be on pay-per-view!
That is because it was on pay-per-view only a day ago.
Barrett and Orton’s feud has been escalating for weeks, and last night Randy Orton defeated Barrett at TLC. Apparently that match settled nothing because less than 24 hours later they fought again on Monday Night RAW.
Can someone explain to me why you would want to see the same match over and over again? I just cannot comprehend it, especially when there was no foul play in the ending of last night’s match between Barrett and Orton.
At what point does a feud become “settled” if a match with a definitive ending cannot solve anything?
Do not mistake my message here. I enjoy the feud between Orton and Barrett, but when Orton cleanly defeats Barrett then I really have no reason to want to see them fight again. I wanted to see them fight over the title in the future, but if they are continuing to feud right now then how will one of them become the champion?
The WWE knows how to create a good feud but they have absolutely no idea how to keep one interesting. To me a feud is not just watching the same match over and over again when there are clean victories involved. At some point the feud needs to end and a clean victory should signify that one man is better than the other.
I just feel like they are wasting Randy Orton and Wade Barrett by having them feud for no reason. I can understand continuing the feud if there was a controversial ending last night at the PPV, but there was no such thing.
Basically people paid 50 bucks to watch a match they could have just witnessed for free just one night later. True, it would not be a “tables match” but there was a match and a table was involved by the end.
Does anyone else feel cheated?