A few weeks back we announced that we would begin giving out free stuff to our readers who posted the best comments every week. We’re happy to say that comments are at an all-time high on WNZ. Thanks to everyone for stepping it up and providing some great discussion.
Once again, there were many great discussions on the site this week. Here are some of the best:
- Thatoneperson on Why Didn’t John Cena Come Out and Cut a Promo on The Rock at RAW?:
“I didn’t even notice they weren’t there and to be honest who cares. The feud for CM Punk and Undertaker is starting to shape up really well.”
“I can’t “blame” Maddox but how can you send a guy SOOOO awkward out there in front of people. I know people like him but really?
I don’t think Vince should ever have anyone “bury” a segment because burying anything and anyone isn’t going to help the situation.”
- Jake O’Connor on 10 Biggest WrestleMania Surprises:
“The reason they keep having rematches year after year at Wrestlemania (ie Taker-HBK, Taker-HHH, Rock-Cena) is because the WWE roster has a severe lack of depth and they only have a handful of guys worthy of being in high stakes matches at Mania. And to think we were also very close to getting another Taker-Orton match. As a result I have stopped ordering Mania and if more people do the same WWE stands to lose A LOT of revenue trying to bank on these lousy rematches. If they were able to book more compelling matches I might start watching again.”
And the winner this week comes from a post that had many great comments…
- Syed Omair Rehman on Swagger and Colter: Heel Brilliance or Backfire?:
“The Zab/Swagger angle, while definitely fresh and intriguing, is too one-dimensional for my taste. This is mainly because it will only illicit responses from certain places while it shall mean nothing (hence the ‘boring’ chants) to other people.
I mean will Del Rio be cheered as much (And Zeb/Swagger hated as much) in the Northern states or even when WWE goes to Canada or to some other overseas country (Like Australia or UK)?
At least gimmicks like Ryback (Hungry predator), Shield (Revolutionaries), CM Punk (Anti-Hero), Ziggler (Show off) and Daniel Bryan (Nerd) speak a more universal language.
There were other gimmicks in the past which catered to a certain demographic like Bret circa 1997, Luger Circa 1993 and Muhammad Hassan/Daivari but in those cases it was relatively easy to choose sides. In Zab/Swagger’s case the WWE isn’t giving ‘most’ of the people, ‘much’ to care about…. Plus Swagger was never ‘over’ to begin with.”
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