WWE Finally Ushering In A New Era
WWE seems to be finally giving new stars a huge push that has been long overdue for many years.
Last year after WrestleMania 29, nothing new happened. John Cena was the “new” WWE Champion by beating The Rock. Cena was already on top of the world since 2005, so seeing him on top in 2013 was a sight nobody wanted. Throughout 2013, Cena and even Randy Orton hogged the spotlight while the rest of the roster was being held down.
After the events of WrestleMania XXX and on Raw, however, it seems WWE is finally getting behind some new stars. This is good news for fans as we get to see some fresh and new storylines featuring wrestlers who aren’t stale. Not to mention these wrestlers are actually good and not rubbish like The Miz.
First off, Paige made a huge impact by beating AJ Lee for the Divas Title. Cesaro announced he was the new “Paul Heyman Guy” much to the delight of the crowd. The Wyatt Family beat the team of Cena, Sheamus and Big E.
The biggest moment happened at the end with Daniel Bryan and The Shield standing tall above Triple H, Kane, Randy Orton and Batista. It truly was a great Raw and one that will be remembered for a long time.
I applaud WWE for giving us fresh rivalries. It was so boring when they gave us Orton against Big Show or Mark Henry and Cena for the millionth time. It was also pretty stupid when Miz was given a WWE Title run back in 2010-11 even though he’s a very bad in-ring wrestler. Now it seems WWE is pushing the right people, and I cannot wait for what the future holds. Hopefully they do not choke like the Nexus fell at the hands of Cena back in 2010.
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