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Shalaj Lawania has spent a life, however short relatively, as an overboard cricket zealot. That being said, his reinstated love for WWE led to his dubious inclusion in the mythical and famed IWC, of which you (the reader) are a part.
Yes, congratulations are in order.
For my works on cricket - http://www.sportskeeda.com/profile/shalaj-lawania
Also really proud to announce my very personal and possibly very unpopular blog on social issues - http://sadisticshalpy.blogspot.co.uk
So I don't really expect you to see this but I would like to thank you for tackling the controversial subjects in pro wrestling. Nobody on this website really writes articles on it but you do and I agree with the most of them but in the rare case that I don't, I'm still provided with a well-written, entertaining read. The first article of yours that I read was one back in 2013 when you said CM Punk was totally owning the feud with The Rock and everyone thought you were stupid but I was totally on your side of it and since then I've seen you write some articles on some controversial things so I would just like to say thanks for being the WWE sections go to guy for a good read when it comes to these sort of things.
Plan to write again?
You have an awesome pic!!
Yeah.What about you?
where do u live?
I'll just repost this just in case you didn't read this.
"Kayfabe wise, the people love The Rock, non kayfabe wise the people love Dwayne Johnson.
You have yet to grasp the reasoning of why Vince is putting The Rock in a title match. There are many good reasons why, but the fundamental reason is to elevate the status of the WWE championship title. Which currently The Rock doesn't need, but rather the championship NEEDS him.
The Rock is a legend in Pro wrestling history, he happens to be in a elite class of stars and is above the current roster and has beaten the current face to prove it.
So for him to pursue the championship is a logical step as he is attempting to restore the lost worth of the title and reiterate that no one is bigger than the championship, not Sammartino, not Hogan, not Hart, not Austin, not The Rock and certainly not Cena.
CM Punk has done nothing to elevate the status of the title as evident by him not main eventing, but only recently are they refocusing on the title and now building up to Royal Rumble.
The Rocks pursuit to be champion has restored the spotlight on the championship as people will be eager to see who will beat CM Punk for the title, who will end up facing The Rock and lastly will The Rock win the championship? WWE is trying to capitalise on the hype of the journey to make money.
As for Daniel Bryan, The Rocks insults are just throw away as he knows that doesnt matter, what matters was he was IN the ring with The Rock. Do you think he ever thought of that happening? The Rocks presence helped Daniel Bryan to show how good he is and to a audience far bigger than your average Raw."