I don't like Brock Lesnar fighting from behind. How hard is it to let Seth Rollins be a chicken shit heel? I mean, the story tells itself. Brock is a killer. Rollins is scared to death, yet he finds a way to hold onto his title via cheap DQ or countout. Thus, we get a SummerSlam rematch where Lesnar destroys Rollins in a callback to last year.Instead, WWE has the audacity to play the injury card with Brock and renege on the whole 'Seth is on his own and the pressure is on' deal after one week. Rollins now has a decided advantage in the feud! I don't want to live in a world where Lesnar is an underdog.Your thoughts, Sir?
I don't know what they're doing or what they're building towards, and I'm not getting any sense of a compelling story that actually makes me want to watch the product. What exactly is Seth's deal supposed to be? The Authority is protecting him, but throws Lesnar at him? People were cheering Brock's destructive force of nature act, so they turn him babyface and have him get overwhelmed by loser heels? Like, what is the damn story supposed to be? Also, while we're at it, I'm supposed to get behind the build towards Roman Reigns winning the big one by having him get outsmarted by Bray Wyatt pretending to kidnap his daughter? They bend over backwards to protect Dean Ambrose in that ladder match finish and then he just goes out and does a job to Kane on TV?
I honestly have no idea who out of this group of midcarders is supposed to draw 100,000 people to Wrestlemania.