Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Make Take on the Royal Rumble

The 2012 Royal Rumble was a lackluster PPV. The first match was the World Championship title match in a steel cage between Mark Henry, The Big Show, and the champion Daniel Bryan. First of all I hate the fact that the WWE keeps downgrading the World Championship title by making it the opening contest. The ending was horrible; The Big Show held Daniel over the cage with one hand and then released him, what was that? Bryan regained the title, but the question is why can’t the champion retain his title with a clean win? The second title match was the WWE Championship match between Dolph Ziggler and the Champion CM Punk. The outcome was predictable; punk regain his title after he hit his patent GTS. On to the match between Kane and John Cena, will Cena embrace the hate or will he rise above the hate? This match ended with a double count out. The biggest high light of this match was when Kane choked slammed him to hell..lol. Now on to the Royal Rumble match itself. I actually enjoyed all of those crazy entrees, like Road Dogg who got the biggest pop of the night and Hacksaw Jim Duggan who entered the ring chanting Zack Ryder’s ex-girlfriend name, hooooooo. The return of Kharma was un-expected, but at least she eliminated Michael Cole. All three announcers were in the Royal Rumble match. When they announce Booker T, he stood up and he was wearing a sport jacket & his wrestling tights, hilarious. Everyone knows by now that Sheamus won the Royal Rumble and is on his way to the main event of WrestleMania 28. Did Sheamus deserve the win and the opportunity to main event WrestleMania? The answers is yes, apparently the WWE believes so because he is a fan favorite. The question is who will he face, the World Champion or the WWE Champion?

Harrington Bayas


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