— Justin Credible recently wrote about the WWE Royal Rumble and more. Here are some highlights…
His Thoughts on The Rumble: “I can’t remember the last time I felt so let down by an event. I figured even if everything else bombs the Rumble match is always good, and we would figure out who was going to challenge for the WWE World title at WrestleMania 30. Well as most of you know it was not the epic event we were all expecting. I have no problem with Batista, but after one appearance on Raw the WWE hot shots him to Main Event Mania? ”
On The Fan Reaction at the PPV: “It obviously left most of the WWE Universe up in arms, and rightfully so. The match up of Randy Orton vs. Batista doesn’t entice me even a little bit. Now let’s talk about Daniel Bryan. He had a PPV saving performance against an unproven Bray Wyatt. Both men brought it Sunday night, and it was the only thing worth watching at the Rumble. I’m not surprised that Bryan wasn’t in the Rumble. I saw no indication that the WWE creative team was positioning him for a WWE title hunt. Well the fans certainly did, and they voiced their opinions. They more than voiced their opinions, they hijacked the PPV.”
— Mick Foley has posted again on his Facebook about his post Royal Rumble rant and the fact that it was not an attack on Batista. Here is what he wrote…
RUMBLE UPROAR BECOMES WORLD NEWS
I honestly never expected the type of attention that both my tweet and my Facebook post about my displeasure with the Royal Rumble would bring. I was just expressing an opinion, and it seemed to be in line with what many of you had on your mind last night as well. The response on both Twitter and Facebook dwarfed anything I’d received in the past, and I hope WWE will recognize this unprecedented response as a sign that a little tweaking might be needed in order to save this Wrestlemania from the prospect of 75,000 people booing, turning their backs, or walking out of its main event.
Last night’s comments were not meant as a knock on Dave Bautista. I like and respect Dave, and am proud of what he’s accomplished both inside and outside the ring. But Dave is intense, and unlikely to handle a heated 50/50 crowd with the same wink and a nod that has served John Cena – WWE Universe so well. Besides, we’re not looking at a spirited 50/50 response at Mania; we’re looking at the potential of something akin to a mutiny – and I think Dave deserves better than that.
On the bright side, WWE has 10 weeks to make this thing right for its loyal audience – and the potential to make this Wrestlemania the most talked about and interesting of them all. Where there’s a will, there’s a way. But unless Daniel Bryan is involved, that way just doesn’t seem possible to this particular wrestling fan.
Here’s the BBC piece – please give it a read. http://www.bbc.co.uk/newsbeat/25911039