For three months Daniel Bryan blazed a trail in the WWE championship scene. He gave us outstanding matches and made us tune in each week. But now it appears Daniel Bryan has been dropped from the title picture, and WWE has once again placed their focus on The Big Show.
…No! No! No!
At this year’s Survivor Series, The Big Show will contend for the WWE Championship. A match awarded to him by The Administration out of fear from the repercussions a million dollar law suit might of had on the company.
When did WWE start being so political in the storylines? It’s well known that wrestling talents politic behind the scenes, but the moment that a wrestler tells another wrestler that he’ll get his lawyers involved as part of an angle… what’s the point?
What ever happened to when two guys had a problem with one another, they settled their differences in the ring?
At least when Bryan was contending for the title, he was doing it because he wanted to be WWE champion and prove everyone wrong in the process. That’s something people can relate to and get behind. Not this law nonsense.
The Big Show is the World’s Largest Athlete, why would he need a lawsuit or–better yet–why would he let anyone push him around? Big Show would have been better utilized as an ally to The Administration–The Big Diesel to Randy Orton’s Shawn Michaels. Just saying, regardless whether it’s already been done with Dolph Ziggler and Big E. Langston, and AJ Lee and Tamina Snuka, The Big Show is more believable as a destructive force than an underdog.
The Survivor Series in terms of the WWE Championship match will not be a huge selling point, at least not for this writer. The draw will be the inevitable alliance between the two former WWE Champions CM Punk and Daniel Bryan as they face a common enemy in The Wyatt Family.
While Stephanie McMahon stated on Monday Night RAW that The Big Show was a high commodity, some of us begged to differ because the trail blazed by Bryan is still red hot.
Answer the Question: Is The Big Show in the WWE Championship picture what is best for business?
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