skullman80 wrote:I have no problem with Cena being featured prominently. He's a big draw. The thing is he doesn't need the belt to be over. People will love him/hate him no matter if he has a title or not. They should be building up the future of the company right now, and they keep undercutting themselves and going back to Cena or to Rock or to HBK or to Taker etc. They have to cut the cord at some point.
Daniel Bryan is the most over guy in the company right now, and it ain't even close. He needs to win the title and clean at some point. Yes I know he did at Summerslam but that lasted all of 30 seconds. Punk is their other top guy and he was stuck in a feud with Ryback. They've painted themselves into a corner because they have lots of good young talent.. in Cody Rhodes, Cesaro, Sandow(well he isn't super young but whatever), Ambrose, Rollins, Uso's, Kofi etc, but they won't book them in away to give people a chance to give a ****. Why should the audience care about a guy like Sandow who has the briefcase when all he does is LOSE, and cleanly most of the time. Ditto with Ziggler.
It just annoys me. I get Cena isn't going away, but the fact they brought him back way sooner then they should have last night just shows they keep falling into old habits.
I think the returns to HHH, 'Taker, Rock, and HBK are more concerning than Cena. Cena can wrestle and feud. He put DB over, setting up the current angle. You raise fine points. There's a balance between story lines that maximize long term profit and short term profit. The WWE decided the short-term gain was worth it. I have no problem with the HW Title, but I was bored to death with The Rock story line, so I guess there's some common ground. What if Cena puts Sandow over -- he loses the HW title and starts a program with him? Even if he ultimately wins clean over Sandow, that will build a young guy.
And for what it's worth, I always liked ADR's current character.