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 dausey12Jobber10 years agoLikeReply
 
damn
this would actually make me want to watch wrestling again
dude, you should send this into the WWE, but you should make very detailed too
like improve on it so it's like flawless, so people actually believe it.
you should go write for the WWE, you would do a hell of a lot better than whoever is there now.
 jbird7171Jobber10 years agoLikeReply
 
WOW, that might be good if it wasn't a combination of a lot of old story lines. First off, there is little chance HHH turns before a confrontation with Edge. It is a match up that has very rarely if ever been done before and is probably what will be set up for Wrestlemania. Secondly HHH is not the best heel in the WWE. He never gets full heel treatment from the fans the way people like Orton and Edge do. There are people that cheer him regardless. You should realize that one of HHH's biggest strengths is that he has been able to successfully  switch back and forth from heel to face more often than any other wrestler. That is an extremely difficult feat.
Now to your actual plan. Aside from the fact that you already mentioned the downfall of taking one of your most popular wrestlers off the air for month(s), you have a ton of other problems. 1) what happens if Jeff actually does get a 3rd strike? He is not that far removed from strike 2 and may easily fall backwards (although i hope he doesn't) 2) This is 2-fold A) they already did an angle where HHH divorced Stephanie so why would they all of a sudden be back together? Now as you say everyone knows they are really together but if say HHH has so much power and Stephanie comes in as GM, why would they let Jeff Hardy back at all? HHH went to all that trouble to get him fired just to rehire him in the end? it makes no sense. 3) you say HHH beats all the odds to win a tournament for the vacant title. how would he be beating the odds when he would have been the champ less than 2 months prior against someone who has never been champion no less? 4) you have no other way thought out to establish HHH as a heel, you just say he framed Jeff. There has to be more than that. If you think back, it was revealed Rikishi tried to run over Austin. That came out of no where and was just left hanging. You have listed no reason HHH should hate Jeff so much. 5) your idea does not fit the HHH you want, the sledgehammer swinging badass. Your idea just makes him look like he is afraid that he can not beat Jeff. Should Jeff beat HHH, HHH would get the first rematch and if he was not afraid of Jeff, HHH should be ready to take the title back from Jeff at the next PPV. 6) your idea does nothing for Koslov except ruin his entire build up by having him lose in two straight titl matches
Finally as i said before, HHH will eventually be heel again. However, be patient. It is highly unlikely you see the heel HHH before next May. Just relax and eventually he will come back. It is no new idea and something that i am sure has been kicked around the writing rooms many times in the past couple months
 EdgeEdgeCruiserweight Champion10 years agoLikeReply
 
trip's heel days are over... edge is the number one heel on sd, while jericho is raw's top heel.  those two guys work well because they do not get any cheers from the fans.  the last time triple h was a heel he was getting cheered more than his babyface opponent, john cena.  of course the hatred for cena had something to do with it but the fans wouldn't cheer triple h if they didn't respect him. 

the storyline you propose is suspect... why would wwe turn triple h heel and then leave jeff hardy off of smackdown for a month?  you say there aren't any heels on sd, but if you turn triple h heel then the only full-time face on smackdown is jeff hardy!  then smackdown is full of heels; edge, triple h, shelton benajmin, big show, kozlov, khali

it would be an idiotic move by wwe if hardy won the title at cyber sunday then got striped of the belt in a storyline where he failed a drug test.  it wouldn't evoke any emotion from the fans other than "i knew jeff was a f*ck up."  especially if you wait a month to bring him back only to reveal that triple h set him up.

the issue with triple h as a heel is that triple h is be portrayed as dominant, and he can't all of a sudden play the character of a weak heel.  I heard an interview with Edge where he basically said a heel can't care about winning fair or getting cheered.  if a heel wins fair and square then that just makes the face look weak and then the fans may have respect for the heel for such a clean victory...
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 JerichoholicX Division Champion10 years agoLikeReply
 
Yep - i always did have a vivid imagination!!just an idea... its got plenty of holes in it i know... some good analysis and counter points... On second thought i can see how it might backfire on WWE to use a doping scandal for a story.... I'd still prefer to see HHH as a heel, and agreeing with above, its only a matter of time. There are plenty of ways for him to go heel and toss Jeff off a cell..... i'll bide my time!
 pocketpocket *TrollIcon10 years agoLikeReply
 
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 FlamingAlchemistFlamingAlchemistX Division Champion10 years agoLikeReply
 
Well, I like your storyline A LOT, and I do think it could be implemented in real life. So, Triple H can't be a heel again, BULLSH##. Of course he can! For those who say he would be a "respected" heel, there's nothing that the fans hate more than a good guy who just stabbed everybody in the back and is now lying and pretending to be honest. Triple H CAN be turned heel, but I agree with some guy who said it wouldn't be a good way to end Jeff Hardy's first title win, so here is what I propose.

It's Cyber Sunday, and the match for the WWE Title between Hardy and Triple H is about to start (while Koslov cries and hugs his teddy bear in the bathroom refusing to come out yelling he's ugly and he never wants to see his face in the mirror again, all after getting 1% of the vote.) After several intents of pedigree reversed, Triple H finally nails Jeff, and  everything seems to be over, but Jeff kicks out!! Everybody is shocked, few have kicked out of a pedigree, but Jeff is determined to win. They both step back up, Jeff starts to dominate the offense, HHH's frustration has gotten the best of him, the crowd clearly wants Jeff to win. After all that offense, finally Triple H has Jeff locked in a submission hold. It doesn't seem like Jeff is gonna get out of that one, but the crowd is rooting for him, the referee grabs him hand to see if he was still responding, his arm fall to the mat, a second time...and again. The third and final try, Triple H is already celebrating his victory, but Jeff responds this time! The Game's face turns red, as jeff is lifting him up for a liberating Body Drop, the crowd is once again shocked, Jeff had enough strength left to lift HHH's body and get out of that submission hold. Hardy knew it was possibly his last chance, he goes to the top of the turnbuckle for a Whisper in the Wind, CONNECTS! Triple H doesn't seem to know where he is, he steps up slowly only to receive a Twist of Fate! and then Jeff, as fast as a lighting volt, gets on top of the turnbuckle and this time for a Swanton Bomb! Triple H is CLEARLY out of it, Jeff covers him, the referee counts, 1...2...

Then Stephanie McMahon comes in with 10 bodyguards, she urges the referee not to count three. She says she has Jeff's latest drug test and says Jeff just failed the test, and he fires Jeff in his face in true Vinnie Mac fashion. Jeff is shocked, he cannot believe it, he refuses to leave the ring while saying "I've done nothing wrong." The bodyguards are taking him out, while Triple H seems confused and reads from the paper Stephanie had in her hands. Jeff is struggling with the guards, as they take him out, Matt comes out and tries to calm down his brother, he tells the guards to leave him alone and he was gonna escort Jeff out of the arena. The two talk for a little while, while Triple H in the ring seems to be concerned about Jeff and argues with Stephanie a little bit while she says off mic "I'm just doing my job." Finally, Matt and Jeff hug each other while the crowd cheers for them, and Jeff waves good bye to his fans.

And then, what Jerichoholic said. I don't agree with making everybody think Jeff was really fired for failing his drug test, it's not gonna work anyway, at least not for anyone with access to a computer. Those guys will believe it anyway. I also don't agree with making Jeff disappear for an entire month. In the mean time, Matt can feud with Stephanie, saying something is weird about "all of this." Jeff's posibility of a third strike isn't exactly the only "real life" thing we can add to the storyline, we could also add Triple H's relationship with Stephanie having a lot to do with his wrestling success, and they could also say they caused Vince's accident to finally get him to retire so Steph and Paul could reign over WWE, but they were saving the surprise for when Triple H had lost...or would be close to lose his WWE Title. This all will be disguised, as heels use to disguise their hunger for power, with a good "cause." They'll say it would only be a matter of time before Jeff "breaks your heart" anyway and they were just saving you from having a junkie as your champion.

There are very substantial risk with this storyline, what if in the middle of all of it Jeff fails a test in real life??? Also, there are too many heels on Smackdown. They'll have to turn somebody else face, maybe MVP, and a group of other superstars willing to fight back. Edge has to stay Heel, joining forces with Steph and Paul, as he has shown, he likes associations with power a lot.

This is much better than "i'm better than you, i hate you, you spill coffee on my shirt" storylines that have dominated the title scene for a long time.


 JerichoholicX Division Champion10 years agoLikeReply
 
I like this material... good detail.... very dramatic!! Yeh its very risky... but that's what will keep knowledgable fans tuned in too! Take a risk WWE... go for it!!!
 EdgeEdgeCruiserweight Champion10 years agoLikeReply
 
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Originally Posted by FlamingAlchemist

This is much better than "i'm better than you, i hate you, you spill coffee on my shirt" storylines that have dominated the title scene for a long time.


but its not better than feuding over a japanese shampoo commercial lol... didn't that lead to a wrestlemania match between edge and booker t? the feud did provide me with one of my favorite booker moments... 

"YO, JAPANESE PEOPLE, WHAT'S THE DEAL WITH YOUR NASTY HAIR?
JUST CAUSE YOU KNOW KUNG FU, DOESN'T MEAN YOU KNOW SHAM-POO"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tTPiBPpoixA


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