From a storytelling perspective (what pro-wrestling is all about), this match is brilliant
The in-ring action was also great the first time but with Reigns having increased his power level over the last year it will add some diversity to the match and avoid a complete repeat of last year
The two highest power levels in WWE collide
So, are you ready?
the first match was one of the best wrestlemania main events of all time. i would be cool with a rematch, but i dont like the idea of doing the same main event two years in a row like what they did with rock and cena
Reigns is in a program with the Authority and unresolved issues with Triple H, Bork attacking him is just Bork being Bork.
Also it was already done last year which would be too boring and would imply that Brock will be pinned clean after being booked as a monster after beating Taker.
>i dont like the idea of doing the same main event two years
that's what the storyline hinges on, it differs from Rock/Cena 2 because Reigns spent the entire year getting more powerful, rising closer to Brocks level
Really? It doesn't feel like that at all. Still feels like the same forced push culminating in a match that will suck massive balls. The only reason they saved it last year was by having a stiff brawl and Seth cashing in. If Roman had actually won people would have lmao'd
>crowed booed reigns after the 2nd lesnar spear
its hilarious how shit these crowds have been over the last month and mostly filled with kids for whatever reason who are able to get all these tickets
but still the real sentiment of reigns always manages to find its way out
same with the new day chants, even tho their entrances have been shit quiet
>german suplex x10
>pin kick out
>Seth cashing to save the shitty main event of a shitty PPV
Yeah no, it was a gimmick match full of finisher spam and muh stiff
>It's gonna be Wyatts vs. everyone and Bray gets and holds the title until Cena or someone else big from the injured list can come back and take it from him.
>In the meanwhile we're gonna see the Wyatts bulldoze and bully the whole WWE roster AND the Authority AND Brock Lesnar AND we're going to see Paul Heyman yelling at HHH about how Mike Lient can't get a fair title match because it's always 4 against 1 with the Wyatts and Bray just keeps laughing and rambling and every now and then reminding Roman Reigns that it really is "anyone but you".
>Luke Harper and Erick Rowan are going to get a short tag team reign, and Strowman is going to walk all over Ambrose for the IC championship.
>Bray will proclaim that this is the Apocalypse Era, and the Wyatts will reign over WWE for a while, and then lose their titles one at a time and gradually fade into the background and back into meaningless feuds once the normal main eventers get back in the picture.
...well, at least I've heard in some interviews that Vince actually likes Bray a lot, so WWE might use the Wyatts now when pretty much everyone else is injured and Roman Reigns is more than a bit of a failed push. So in theory, it might happen, but then again... we're probably just going to get RReigns shoved downs our throats for months to come.
>comparing Bray and Roman in terms of who's gotten a bigger (and more forced) push
Roman is a total Mary Sue and he's been presented to the audience with a total "you are going to look at this until you like it" -strategy.
Bray, on the other hand, is notorious for losing (almost) every feud and never having held a title.
From the perspective of Reigns push it makes sense for the Brock rematch and for him to finally overcome him. The entire Lesnar beat Taker people have been talking about the ultimate end if that being for Reigns to beat the monster.
The main issues are
>Saw it last year
Yeah its clear why that's actually important because it's part of the story but you're still booking a rematch that not a lot of people wanted to see the first time.
>Inconsistency with current story
They have been building this authority v Reigns angle for around a year now and Lesnar has nothing to do with it. Any attempts to resolve all the plotlines is just going to be messy.
>Result is obvious
Arguably a problem no matter what you do, but it's certain Reigns would go over after losing last year.
>Reigns will be shat on
Part of the challenge of Reigns is trying to keep him getting cheered. Smarks still refuse to accept Superman Reigns and handing him the clean Lesnar pin will be seen as a waste by some and an insult by other Lesnar is also way too over.
Haha, that's the same thing I described before
The match was just that, a flippy shit festival would be the same a lame match based on gimmicky moves