So I guess the cowardly Roman got his way after all
By Scott Keith on 9th April 2022
Cody stuck feuding with Miz on Raw rather than putting him head to head to beat Roman and end our national nightmare.
Meanwhile Roman continues to cling to his unearned position as top guy, ducking Cody and positioning Shinsuke freaking Nakamura as his latest burial since Roman's desperately doesn't want to job to Cody.
Oh and they are now threatening to merge the Raw belts with the Smackdown belts because how freaking dare RKBro be more popular than the The Usos (a team so utterly bland and generic and undeserving of their position at the top of the card, they may as well be the poster children for nepotism run amuck).
And Drew McIntyre is still stuck in the undercard, now fighting Sami Zayn, who lost what twice to Johnny Knoxville?
And rather than using Walter/Gunther as an alternative to end Roman's reign of terror if Roman won't ever face Cody, debuts in a squash match as opposed to showing up to beat Roman to an inch of his life in the final segment while LA Knight serves as his manager and hammers home on the mike that Roman's reign of villainy is officially over as the Usos and Heyman cower like pussies outside the ring as Walter/Gunther finally shuts Roman's fat mouth with his fists in a “stop stop he's already dead!” no holds barred beating?
Can you say “the WWE squandering their momentum and good will from Cody's return within the span of two episodes of programming” already?
But did you watch Rampage? It was pretty awesome.