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 TechnodromeTechnodromeIcon4 years agoLikeReply
 
Nice job on your ideas.  Problem is whatever the fans want at Mania 30 won't happen.  I would love to see Bryan vs. Punk for the WWE title at WM 30, but not to unify the titles.  I like having the two titles still even if there is no brand distinction, or separation.  It's mostly a nostalgia thing with the big gold belt. 
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 PhenomvsIconJobber4 years agoLikeReply
 
60-minute Iron Man Match to determine the Undisputed WWE Champion.
Daniel Bryan (World Heavyweight Champion) vs CM Punk (WWE Champion)

I've been in favor of a Title Unification match as well as an Iron Man match between Punk and Bryan because out of the entire roster, I believe they're the only two who can do it successfully. So I hope, Title Unification or not, that this makes the card because this match deserves to happen.

As long as they keep the brands separated despite everyone appearing on both shows daily, I cannot see the Titles being unified. I feel they think each brand deserves its own World Champion. However having one World Title will lessen the amount of Titles i nthe company and really make the World Title feel as prestigious as they hype it up to be.

Loser Leaves WWE
John Cena vs Randy Orton

I don't like this one. First, these two need a LONG break from each other because neither have changed so them meeting again will be redundant until one goes through significant, visibly noticeable changes. If RVD stuck around longer, he'd be perfect for this match as The Factions have been targeting him and he's a part-timer so he'd lose this and go on his hiatus. I don't think Cena or Orton want time off as they don't wanna lose the top spots that are always reserved for them. I'm personally also not a fan of Loser Leaves WWE matches unless one, that open being the loser is really going to leave as it makes the stip meaningless. That's just how I feel though.

Taker vs Lesnar - I like it although I would rather see Taker vs Jericho if things could work out that way. If not, Taker vs Lesnar's the next best option I guess.

Shield vs Wyatts - Another match I've wanted to see. I want it to be 3 on 3 because unlike The Shield, I have not seen The Wyatts team up together since debuting in WWE as I'm interested to see how they well they'd work in a match as a trio. 

Sheamus vs Show - This one's been done. With a shortage of faces and since he;s one of the top faces right now, I cannot see Sheamus turning heel. I can see him being targeted by The Faction though. Instead of that, I wouldn't mind seeing....

Sheamus vs Orton in a Street Fight. Yes, they've met before. But not in a long time.

Wade Barrett vs whoever the I.C. Champion is - I.C. Title - Barrett's reportedly being repackaged. I can see him being a World Champion this or the following year. Winning the I.C. Title or at least being in a I.C. Title match at WM and giving the champ a run for his money will be a great start for a returning Barrett.

Jericho vs.....if not Taker, thenI don't know. He seems to be content with putting people over than being in Title matches. So I guess if not Taker, whoever Jericho views as someone who he can help get over by being in a match with him. If he can be healthy by then, love to see Jericho vs Tyson Kidd, one of WWE's best kept secrets IMO. They need to let that secret out and Jericho can be the man to help do just that,

Cody Rhodes vs Goldust - If this doesn't happen, I see no other reason why they brought Goldust back to TV on a short-term basis. I also cannot see Goldust as a heel. The fans just love having him back so much, they'd cheer even if he was a heel. Cody's a good heel so if there is gonna be a turn, he'd be the right guy for it. However after all that's gone on recently, I can't see that happening either. I'm okay with a face vs face match as Taker/HBK, Taker/HHH, Taker/Batista, HBK/Bret (1996) have proven they can be successful. Plus a face vs face brother match would be fresh as I can't remember the last time that's been done in WWE as every brother vs brother match, it was a face vs a heel as best as my memory can tell.

Kane vs HHH - Bare with me, please. Kane deserves to wrestle at WM in a high profile match after his years of loyal service. Kane's one of the company's top talents and seasoned veterans, one of few that's linked to The Attitude Era. I can very much see Kane being targeted by The Faction after his feud with The Wyatts is over.

Kingston/Truth vs whoever the tag team champions are by then - Tag Team Titles - I am a fan of Kingston and Truth and they deserve to wrestle at WM, an event which deserves to have every Title defended on it as it is their biggest event of the year. 

Christian vs Ziggler vs U.S. Champion (Cesaro if he can break away from Swagger) - Triple Threat U.S. Title match

AJ Lee vs Beth Phoenix, McCool, or Paige - Divas Title
I wish Beth Phoenix would return. But if not her and it probably won't be, either McCool who's reportedly been in better shape now or Paige who'll hopefully debut early next year if not this year.
Mysterio MonkeyMysterio MonkeyX Division Champion4 years agoLikeReply
 
"Brother vs Brother
Cody Rhodes vs Goldust
It's hard to imagine Goldust as a heel, so I'm not sure how this will be booked. This is likely to be Goldust's last match, with the potential to steal the show. Rather than put over his brother, the bizarre one should win. He'll definitely be the fans' favorite between the two."

You just scrub the paint of Dustin and you have your heel. Cody should not be wrestling Dustin in his Goldust garb anyway. half of Goldust's move set is sexual innuendo based.

A Rhodes feud will take some time to build. They would need to drop the belts at the next ppv to do it in time. The turn would have to happen before the rumble as they will need at least 2 ppv matches before the Wrestlemania blow off. Unless it's a "friendly rivalry", they may be better off selling WM 31 on the back of it with Cody as a WH champion by that time. I don't think the fans will buy it as being an undercard feud and Vince will know that.

Taker should be retiring next year. Is Brock Lesner a big enough deal to do that match? We say it every year, but if he's going out against someone established then we can be fairly sure WWE did a deal with Sting when negotiating last year. If they didn't I would assume that HBK will be used to send him out......leaving everyone unsatisfied, but the streak intact.

There has to be a big heel turn, so I will guess at Cena or Bryan doing that. Bryan is in a good position to do that as it would be an unexpected twist in his current storyline. Cena is teased as a heel every year, but I think they will save it for a later PPV where we really don't expect it
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 PhenomvsIconJobber4 years agoLikeReply
  
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Originally Posted by Mysterio Monkey
"Brother vs Brother
Cody Rhodes vs Goldust
It's hard to imagine Goldust as a heel, so I'm not sure how this will be booked. This is likely to be Goldust's last match, with the potential to steal the show. Rather than put over his brother, the bizarre one should win. He'll definitely be the fans' favorite between the two."

You just scrub the paint of Dustin and you have your heel. Cody should not be wrestling Dustin in his Goldust garb anyway. half of Goldust's move set is sexual innuendo based.

A Rhodes feud will take some time to build. They would need to drop the belts at the next ppv to do it in time. The turn would have to happen before the rumble as they will need at least 2 ppv matches before the Wrestlemania blow off. Unless it's a "friendly rivalry", they may be better off selling WM 31 on the back of it with Cody as a WH champion by that time. I don't think the fans will buy it as being an undercard feud and Vince will know that.

Taker should be retiring next year. Is Brock Lesner a big enough deal to do that match? We say it every year, but if he's going out against someone established then we can be fairly sure WWE did a deal with Sting when negotiating last year. If they didn't I would assume that HBK will be used to send him out......leaving everyone unsatisfied, but the streak intact.

There has to be a big heel turn, so I will guess at Cena or Bryan doing that. Bryan is in a good position to do that as it would be an unexpected twist in his current storyline. Cena is teased as a heel every year, but I think they will save it for a later PPV where we really don't expect it

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"Taker should be retiring next year."

Really? How do you know that? Apparently you must have spoken with him. Tell me, did you two meet up and enjoy that recent UFC fight he attended recently? Did you two have fun at WWE's Performance Center?

What Taker should do is simple - whatever he chooses to. He's earned that right. I guess the IWC will never learn that.
   Mysterio MonkeyMysterio MonkeyX Division Champion4 years agoLikeReply
   
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Originally Posted by PhenomvsIcon
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Originally Posted by Mysterio Monkey
"Brother vs Brother
Cody Rhodes vs Goldust
It's hard to imagine Goldust as a heel, so I'm not sure how this will be booked. This is likely to be Goldust's last match, with the potential to steal the show. Rather than put over his brother, the bizarre one should win. He'll definitely be the fans' favorite between the two."

You just scrub the paint of Dustin and you have your heel. Cody should not be wrestling Dustin in his Goldust garb anyway. half of Goldust's move set is sexual innuendo based.

A Rhodes feud will take some time to build. They would need to drop the belts at the next ppv to do it in time. The turn would have to happen before the rumble as they will need at least 2 ppv matches before the Wrestlemania blow off. Unless it's a "friendly rivalry", they may be better off selling WM 31 on the back of it with Cody as a WH champion by that time. I don't think the fans will buy it as being an undercard feud and Vince will know that.

Taker should be retiring next year. Is Brock Lesner a big enough deal to do that match? We say it every year, but if he's going out against someone established then we can be fairly sure WWE did a deal with Sting when negotiating last year. If they didn't I would assume that HBK will be used to send him out......leaving everyone unsatisfied, but the streak intact.

There has to be a big heel turn, so I will guess at Cena or Bryan doing that. Bryan is in a good position to do that as it would be an unexpected twist in his current storyline. Cena is teased as a heel every year, but I think they will save it for a later PPV where we really don't expect it

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"Taker should be retiring next year."

Really? How do you know that? Apparently you must have spoken with him. Tell me, did you two meet up and enjoy that recent UFC fight he attended recently? Did you two have fun at WWE's Performance Center?

What Taker should do is simple - whatever he chooses to. He's earned that right. I guess the IWC will never learn that.

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Yes really......unless you think he's sticking about until WM40.....

Takers retirement is a big deal. WM30 is a massive deal, WM31-39 are big, but decades are much bigger. He could wrestle a few more matches, but at 48, fairly conscious of his image and marketability, very wealthy and with a young family i doubt it. He's still going for the sole purpose of getting to the upcoming Wrestlemania, hence the 1 big match a year contract

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 JerichoholicX Division Champion4 years agoLikeReply
 
Check the recent news post about champ vs champ at Mania. Who knows, I might be right.
 JerichoholicX Division Champion4 years agoLikeReply
 
Well... It looks like I'm gonna be right.
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