Just hold on, they are building this into a monster run for DB. The shield will turn on HHH and side with DB down the road.
I'm thinking that they pulled these quick title turnovers with Bryan to artificially inflate his title count. They now get to call him a 2 time WWE champ.
No, Bryan can lose and lose cleanly too. I meant that he should not be beaten down, 3 on 1 as he had been. I don't want him to be Cena because that is what bothered me about Cena, never lose and never sell. Bryan can chase the title for a bit but needs a solid title run when he wins it again. I know Bryan won recently but nothing to change how he usually gets punked.
I meant Cena in the sense that you want him to be dominant, not lose often, not get laid out often, not chase the title (which is what he's doing), and carry the title for several months to WM. These are things you asked for in your blog, so I drew the conclusion that it's similar to Cena. Not necessarily with agreeing or disagreeing.
First off, winning at SS only to lose that same night, and then win the next PPV and lose it the very next night, very similar. Winning an 11 on 3 should not be considered that impressive. Most of the time, Bryan is the one being laid out. Feud was already built when Orton won the title, he should have kept it by having Bryan lose different ways and then eventually win at like SS in November. Bryan been jobbing to get Orton more heel heat since he can't get it on his own.
No, not even close to John Cena. Cena never had Vince always try and keep him down. This is what makes Bryan so good, doing it by himself to get over.
Op, so you want him to be John Cena?
1: Did you write this a while back? Bryan has come out on top for the last 3 weeks on both Raw and Smackdown.
2: Stripping him of the title the next night once isn't doing it 'constantly.'
3: You are aware of how feuds build right? As you seem to be lacking this knowledge.
4: Like 99.9% of the Drive By IWC, you really need to learn what 'jobber' actually means.
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