WWE Elimination Chamber 2014

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WWE Elimination Chamber 2014

Welcome, cats and kittens, to yet another installment of the only reviews that are written from inside of a life sized replica of an Elimination Chamber pod, Cewsh Reviews! We have a special treat for you tonight, as we all collectively get ready for the biggest night of the wrestling year with the very last stop on the Road to Wrestlemania WWE Elimination Chamber 2014! Every February, the main event hopefuls, veterans and new comers all look to the Chamber for their last desperate opportunity to reach the golden ring of a Wrestlemania main event. With the Royal Rumble over and the, (relatively,) easy path to the top closed, it is now up to 6 poor souls to put their bodies through hell in order to claim the WWE World Heavyweight Championship and the final spot in the match of immortals. And with Batista looking on smugly, these 6 men will tear each other apart for the right to defend their newly won or freshly retained title against him in one month. And with at least 3 genuine options for a winner going in, it’s truly anyone’s match. But that’s just the main event. On this show we also have legends riding, youngsters feuding, stables clashing, and a whole lot more.

So without any further ado, let’s do a motherfucking review!


Cewsh: Well here we are again. It’s February, and that means it’s officially time for the last pay per view stop on the Road to Wrestlemania. And while the Royal Rumble was all about obtaining the coveted Sorcerer’s Stone, this installment is all about the dreaded Chamber of Secrets, (I’m looking forward to seeing Nailz redebut at Wrestlemania as the Prisoner of Azkaban.) This year those secrets include answers to questions such as, “Is WWE really pushing Daniel Bryan or what?” and “What the hell is the card for Wrestlemania anyway, nobody seems to have a concrete match yet?” Oh yes, the answers to such secretous secrets are at our fingertips, but only once 6 men enter a giant cage and do battle until one is left standing. Who will that man be? Only one way to find out.

Segment 2 – WWE Intercontinental Championship – Big E Langston (c) vs. Jack Swagger

Artie: Hello my beauties, I’m back and ready to review the shit out of the god damn Elimination Chamber Pay-Per-View event ma-jig! This one kicks off with one of those good ole kick-ass WWE vidya packages, catching everybody up on what’s been happenin’ since the Royal Rumble. Immediately following that, we hear the theme of the Real Americans (brother) as Jack Swaggah waddles out onto the ramp with Uncle Zeb Colter. Zeb cuts a promo on the newly renamed Big E, claiming that as Intercontinental champion, Big E has done nothing to help the continent of North America. Troof.

The match itself start with some great back and forth banter between the two as they shove and shoulder tackle each other, trying to show who is stronger. Swagger spends a bit of time dicking around and gets his shit rocked by Big E. After rolling to the outside, Colter tries to interfere on behalf of Swagger, but his plan fails, as swagger ends up eating the steal stairs instead. After some light tussling in the ring, Swagger takes control of the match by tossing Big E to the ouside with some absolute brutality. As the two get back into the ring, Big E busts Swagger’s lip open some how, but this isn’t necessarily a bad thing, as it seems to legitamately piss Swagger off and I swear he takes up the intensity ten-fold on Big E. After taking a slight beatdown from Swagger, Big E turns the match in his favor as he full-force spears Swagger through the ropes, earning himself a HOLY SHIT chant, from the otherwise dismal crowd.

The Flying E Sounds Like The Most Ill Conceived Plane Idea Imaginable.
The two get back in the ring and Big E uncharacteristically goes up to the top rope, but he ends up eating a mean belly to belly from Swagger. Swagger locks in the partiot lock, but Big E powers up and runs through him. Swagger locks it on again and Big E busts out a BIG E-NZIGIRI, followed by the Big Ending for the 1-2-3.

Grade: A- for awesome starter. These two really brought their A-game for a fairly hypeless IC title match. They got into a good fight and got a very bored looking crowd interested. Good for them.

Cewsh: If I were teaching a course on modern WWE history, then Jack Swagger would make for a fascinating case study. Coming into the WWE, he had great size, tremendous athleticism, a decorated amateur wrestling background, and the hearty endorsement as Jim Ross’ last great find as a talent scout. They pushed him hard right out of the gate, and he had great success, both in kayfabe and non kayfabe terms. But somewhere between the closing of ECW and his ill fated World title reign, something went wrong. WWE started pushing him as a Kurt Angle clone, which just made Swagger pale in comparison, and they started giving him an overabundance of promo time, which he wasn’t prepared for. By the time he won the Money in the Bank briefcase, he was already a let down as a prospect. But, determined to see what they had in him, WWE had him win the title on Smackdown and ran with him for two disastrous months, which exposed every single weakness he had. After that, he drifted aimlessly for years until this Real Americans thing where, despite his pedigree and past success, he found himself quickly being overshadowed by Cesaro.

Now, Swagger’s story is fascinating on its own as a cautionary tale for booking someone too strong too fast and about talent becoming complacent too early in their careers. But it’s also a model that you can place over other up and coming potential stars with all the physical gifts in the world. Like, say, Big E Langston. WWE has seemed very unsure of how fast to push Langston, or even how to use him, as he’s gone from stable enforcer, to midcard job guy, to essentially a carbon copy of Rocky Maivia. All of these gimmicks are completely missing the boat on Langston’s enormous personality, but time will tell if they find a way to let him show it before his momentum fades out and he becomes another Swagger.

But while Swagger may have lost any hope of becoming the talent he was capable of becoming, the man can still turn in a really good match against the right opponent, and these two clicked right away. The fans were into it from start to finish and were very hot for Big E, especially when he came up with a suicide dive/spear out of absolutely fucking nowhere that earned him a well deserved, “Holy Shit” chant.

The finish was terrific too, with Big E reversing the Patriot Lock into a beautiful Enziguri, before dropping Swagger with the Big Ending to the delight of the fans, and to the mustache twirling disbelief of Zeb Coulter.

I’ve been beating the “Big E Langston is the next big thing” drum here at Cewsh Reviews for quite some time now, and matches like this just validate what I saw in him right off the bat. If he can string together a great series of long undercard matches like this, then you’ll have a big guy with a big personality who can have big matches. That’s the dream, man. That’s the dream.

82 out of 100

Cewsh’s Seal of Approval

Big E Langston Over Jack Swagger Following The Big Ending.
Segment 3 – WWE Tag Team Championships – The New Age Outlaws (c) vs. The Uso Brothers

Cewsh: The Uso Brothers have quietly grown into one of the most exciting tag teams in the world over the past year. For whatever reason they never seem to be able to actually get the tag team titles, but they’ve put together such a great bunch of matches, and have gotten crowds so behind him, that I think that keeping them away from the titles is actually intentional, so we can have a great moment when they finally break through and win them.

This was a pretty tame match for them, as the New Age Outlaws are obviously limited in the ring. The Outlaws are also perhaps the worst heels in wrestling at the moment, as their entire spiel is hugely over with the fans, making it impossible for anyone to boo them. But despite all that, this is still a fun undercard match that makes the Usos look good in the loss, and that’s about all you can expect here.

70 out of 100

Artie: The UCE-OHS are pretty god damn over considering they were Main Event (on Ion) main eventers just about 6 months ago. This one starts off slow with some non-sense back-and-forth and a brief dance-off between Jey Uso and Road Dogg. We get a nice spot where Jey EATS the god damn turnbuckles after a hip-toss, but then this match slows to a crawl as Outlaws wrestle a 1998 pace tag team match. The crowd does not care and chants for CM Punk instead. Eventually, we get Jimmy in on a hot tag and this poor boy jumps, ducks, dips, dives, and screams to get the crowd hot again, which works for a bit. Well, at least until Road Dogg distracts him for Billy Gunn to get the pin and the win.

Grade: C-  Kinda boring. I want the Usos as tag champs, but I don’t mind them losing here, as it might be a sign of big Wrestlemania win. Hopefully the Outlaws fuck back off after Mania and the Usos might actually still have SOME teams to wrestle.

The New Age Outlaws Over The Uso Brothers Following 

Segment 4 – Titus O’Neil vs. Darren Young

Cewsh: Over the years there have been a number of tag teams who captured the public’s imagination with their great rivalries, terrific matches, and long lived partnership. Sadly, the Prime Time Players are not one of those teams. Don’t get me wrong, I have always enjoyed the antics of these two together, and i’ve noted before that it really seems like Titus O’Neil might have the tools to become a big time star for WWE. But this is one of the most criminally underused acts in WWE history, occasionally getting attention, and then going huge stretches without any television time whatsoever. Every time it looked like they might get their foot in the door, (Darren Young coming out, the brief tag team resurgence in 2011,) they found themselves shut down just as quickly, with no real progress to show for it. So when it came time to split up the team, WWE just did what they always do with these two: they reintroduced them for 5 seconds and then expected people to care. After one squash match loss, Titus turned on Darren, beating the hell out of him and ending their partnership for good. Which leads us directly to this match without ever passing go or collecting $200.

The problem with this match is not what they’re doing, so much as it’s what the crowd is not doing. Which is to say, that the crowd isn’t doing anything, because they don’t give 1/10th of a shit about this match. This breakup wasn’t sold as a big deal on television neither guy was given any real time to sell how devastated they were by it, and so this just becomes a forgotten match taking up space on a card where there’s no chance of it receiving any attention.

Once upon a time, JTG and Shad found themselves up against the same circumstances, and delivered with a shockingly great strap match that still earns praise from me to this day, but for whatever reason, Titus and Darren just don’t bring that same intensity to this. Darren makes for a severely bland babyface in his current role, and Titus is still finding his feet as a solo performer, and there was no heat on this match to begin with. So honestly, with all that working against them, it’s probably a compliment that they got the score that they did.

61 out of 100

Artie: These poor dudes try to make people care, but no one does. Literally no one. Not even me. These two just wrestle a boring style and have a feud that was developed entirely on Smackdown, which isn’t exactly the WWE’s flagship show. The crowd really doesn’t even get this feud and don’t give a shit. Oh well.
Grade: N/A …I literally remember nothing about this match and I JUST watched it.

Titus O’Neil Over Darren Young Following 

Segment 5 – The Shield vs. The Wyatt Family

Artie: God damn it, I am hard. Straight up, HARD. The crowd is so hyped that they’re chanting THIS IS AWESOME and the match has not even started. These two teams are literally just STARING each other down.

The Shield start the match by clearing the ring of the Wyatt family, as the crowd breaks out into dueling chants. Reigns & Rollins starts working on Rowan, who overpowers Rollins and tags Harper in to work on him. Bray Wyatt gets tagged in and Rollins tags Reigns, who quickly gets to work on the leader of the Wyatt family. Bray and Roman get into a nice little power struggle, but Wyatt tags in his muscle man Luke Harper to handle the job. Reigns and Harper go back and forth, with all three Shield members tagging and out. Ambrose seems to be fighting scrappier than ever in this match and I am loving it. The shield tagging momentum slows down as big Luke Harper hits Ambrose in the mush with a freaking DROPKICK.
Eric Rowan is back in the match and starts crushing Ambrose’s skull in between his fists. Ambrose continues to get worked over by the Wyatts, but he eventually scrappily fights his way back to his corner and tags in Seth “The Mechanic” Rollins. Seth Rollins starts working over Luke Harper and ends up on the top rope, at which point Harper tries to suplex Rollins, only for Seth to land on his feet, take the big man to the outside, and absolutely kill him with a suicide dive. JESUS CHRIST, this is awesome chant well deserved right there.
Back in the ring, Rollins tries to keep his momentum going, but misses the curbstomp on Harper, who lands a brutal sidewalk slam, crushing Rollins. Wyatt and Rowan trade tags and dutifully beat down on Rollins as this match FINALLY slows down for second so we can catch our breath and us poor reviewers can catch up on our typing. After Harper damn near decapitates Rollins with a slingshot, Wyatt hits a chokeslam and goes for the pin, which is broken up by Dean Ambrose who then has his head kicked clear into the second row by a big boot, courtesy of Luke “HOLY SHIT OUCH” Harper.
Seth Rollins finally makes his comeback off a beautiful Pele kick and tags in Roman Reigns, who immediately begins to kill everything in sight with his Samoan badassery. The Wyatt family tries to use their numbers to slow down Reigns, but SCRAPPY DEAN AMBROSE gets back in there and starts kicking ass. At this point, all hell breaks loose, as Luke Harper hits a suicide dive, followed by Seth Rollins with a tope con hilo.
Back in the ring, Reigns and Rowan double clothesline each other down as Rollins starts dismantling the Spanish announce table on the outside. Wyatt attacks Rollins and Harper joins in for the double team, but SCRAPPY DEAN AMBROSE comes back into the picture as he takes Wyatt into the crowd for and old-school brawl through the arena. BACK IN THE RING (again), Reigns and Rowan are literally just stiffing the absolute shit out of each other. BACK OUTSIDE THE RING (again), Bray Wyatt reappears and helps Luke Harper double team Seth Rollins. After a quick fall-away slam to Reigns, Eric Rowan makes his way outside the ring so that he and Harper can double chokeslam Rollins through the spanish announce table.
With one Shield member missing and the other (presumably) dead, Roman Reigns is left all alone to face the Wyatt family.

In the ring, we get a classic 3-on-1 beatdown from the Wyatts, but as Bray places Reigns in the sister Abigail, Roman powers out Samoan drops him with authority. Roman Reigns superman punches left and right, as he lays motherfuckers down. Reigns sets up for his big nasty spear on Bray Wyatt, but that rascally Luke Harper jumps in and takes the move instead, allowing his leader to ambush Reigns and hit the Sister Abigail for the 1-2-3.

Grade: A+  amazing match. Each and every one of these men brought their A+ game tonight. Each and every one of these six men impressed, amazed, astounded, and just killed it out there. I love this match. I seriously loved it. Ambrose took his brawling style in an impressive direction, Eric Rowan proved he deserves his places, and Rollins/Harper showed once again why they are the absolute workhorses of their groups.

Cewsh: This match was amazing. AMAZING. If I sat here with you and watched it frame by frame, I would find a hard time picking out any real flaws, as these 6 men descending into a whirlwind of chaos for 20+ minutes, and everyone watching came out as the victors.

Honestly, I don’t even know where to start with the praise. Is it with Roman Reigns, who has set himself up as a near invincible destroyer, and who once again steals this match away from people with years more experience? Is it with Bray Wyatt, who continues to show a grasp of character and ring psychology that is simply out of this world? Is it with Luke Harper and Erick Rowan, who have become masterful at playing their roles and highlighting everyone around them? Is it with Seth Rollins, who had the single finest performance of his entire career in this match? Hell, is it with Dean Ambrose, who is putting in the finest work of his career as the jealous and conflicted powder keg of the Shield? Hell, let’s let it be all of them, because as the crowd makes very clear before these two teams even get into the ring, this is completely, completely awesome.

It’s pretty clear that the Shield aren’t going to be around much longer, and despite how deserving each guy is of a singles push, it will be damn sad to see them go. It’s very possible that the Shield are the finest in ring stable in wrestling history, having never, EVER turned out anything short of a jaw dropping match when all three are collected. WWE captured something special in them, and believe me, they know it. Now all that’s left is to watch them all ride it to the top, where they belong.

Oh, and fucking seriously, guys. This was the single greatest moment in wrestling this year.

94 out of 100

Cewsh’s Seal of Approval

The Wyatt Family Over The Shield Following The Sister Abigail From Bray Wyatt To Roman Reigns.
Segment 8 – The Peeps Are Restless.

Cewsh: We go backstage where Christian is getting interviewed, and does everything short of looking into the camera and saying, “Hey guys, i’m a heel now, just so you know.” Sadly, the announcers seem to be playing this up as some kind of ambiguous grey area for the man. That’s probably not the best tactic, since Christian might be the least interesting member of the entire active roster right now, so expecting the audience to care about a subtle change to his character, is like asking someone to care about the O-Zone layer when there’s a badger clamped onto their ball sack. They could, sure, but you’re probably going to need to fix the main problem first.

Segment 9 – WWE Divas Championship – AJ Lee (c) vs. Cameron

Cewsh: Let me be clear. Cameron was not ready for this match. I’m not trying to bury her or say that she’s entirely useless, because her tag matches with Naomi have actually been pretty good. But this match made it abundantly clear that she is not ready for a singles match live on PPV. Much less one that has to follow the amazing match that preceded this. Her offense was sloppy and dangerous, her selling was spotty, and she was so out of position for the spot where Tamina kicks AJ by mistake, that everyone but AJ seemed completely confused by what had actually happened. It was a mess from start to finish, despite AJ’s ardent attempts to stir life into it by hamming it up for the crowd and bumping like a maniac. AJ tried throughout this match to sell the story of an arrogant champion who underestimates a babyface underdog. It’s a classic wrestling trope that has worked a million times before; but if your babyface really is as bad as the heel champion suggests that she is, then all you have is misery. And then to have the match end in a fucking disqualification…

I know that WWE was put in a bad spot when Naomi got injured, and I would have been happy to see AJ and Naomi wrestle here, because I happen to like women’s wrestling, and I think both AJ and Naomi are terrific. But this made everyone, from the wrestlers, to the announcers, to the promotion itself look bad for 10 minutes. After a triumph like Shield/Wyatts, it stings all the more.

22 out of 100

Artie: Lol, these poor girls had to follow that six-man with this unhyped match? Yikes. Cameron sucks, AJ is kinda great.

Grade: P  for great piss break.

Cameron Over AJ Lee Following A Disqualification.

Segment 10 – Batista vs. Alberto Del Rio

Artie: Del Rio comes out on crutches and ambushes Batista. He still loses. The crowd chants BOO-TISTA. I really don’t care.


Cewsh: This match blew harder than an Alabama steam cleaner. How is your mom by the way?

60 out of 100

Batista Over Del Rio Following The Batista Bomb.

Segment 11 – WWE World Heavyweight Championship – Elimination Chamber Match – Randy Orton (c) vs. John Cena vs. Daniel Bryan vs. Sheamus vs. Cesaro vs. Christian

Artie: Ok, after the great six-man tag from earlier, this PPV took a serious nose-dive. The Elimination Chamber match could be the only redeeming feature of the final hour of this PPV. Let’s see!

Cesaro and Sheamus start this one off and they do exactly what you’d exoect two Europeans with 5 minutes to kill to do- they beat the shit out of each other. After a solid 5 minutes of this nice slow start, we hear the crowd come alive as the savior of the WWE Universe, Daniel Bryan, is the first man released from his pod. As soon as he enters the match, Bryan lays down a barrage of dropkicks, knees, kicks, strikes, flips, and just about everything else that drives us crazy in love with this guy.
After spending a little bit of time laying into the starters, Bryan starts chain wrestling around with the two ‘ard Europeans. Cesaro must not have appreciated Bryan interrupting his fun time with Sheamus, as he proceeds to throw Bryan straight through the very pod he’d just come out of a mere 3 minutes earlier.
With Bryan out of that way, Cesaro and Sheamus go right back to stiffing each other around the ring, right up until nobody’s favorite wrestler – Christian – is released from his pod. Playing into his new heel persona, Christian decided to target the injured Bryan, going right after the shoulder that had been injured on Smackdown the week before and a just a few minutes earlier by Cesaro. Christian makes the rounds for a bit, turning the pace down on this match, which was actually much needed, considering we we still had another 10 minutes before everyone was free. This time, it’s Cesaro who gets tired of his fun interrupted, as he smashes Christian into a pod and heads right back into stiffing Sheamus. These two beating each other up has really become the backbone of this match.
Another 5-4-3-2-1 and big John Cena is now in the match. Cena starts tossing Christian around like a punk and Bryan says hello to his dear friend John in the form with shins to his face. After a killswitch from Christian to Bryan, all 5 men currently in the match start playing with some back and forth action and –of course- Cesaro and Sheamus proceed to just uppercut the shit out of each other.
As all five men lay each other out, the champion enter the match. Orton comes in and, upon seeing everyone laid out, decides to just sort of step on people and then pose for the crowd. After his posing is done, Orton points to the Wrestlemania 30 sign, just in time for everyone else in the match to surround him. With the situation presented to him, Orton does what any smart man would do and he runs into the pod. The crowd obviously loves this move as they chant the beloved “PUSSY” phrase at him. Too bad for Orton, Sheamus really does not like people ruining his fun tonight, so he kicks Orton’s pod in.
Cesaro gets his hands on Orton and gives a THIRTY round Cesaro swing. THIRTY. Jesus. Christian and Sheamus tussle about for a bit, and after some Orton shenanigans, Christian lays out Sheamus with a frog splash off one of the pods for the 1-2-3 and our first elimination of the match. With a quick turnaround, Bryan feeds Christian a big Knee strike and we have a second elimination within a minute. Bryan and Cena have a bit of fun fighting around with Cesaro, but the match is getting close to over now, so Cesaro taps to the STF and the ring gets just a little bit lighter.
Down to three men, all of whom are former WWE and World champions with victories over each other, it’s hard to predict how the rest of this will go. Fortunately for us, The Wyatt family comes and decides for us: Cena needs to go. Following a beatdown and a Sister Abigail, Orton pins Cena to eliminate him. With just 2 guys left, Kane comes out to remove the Wyatts from ringside. I’m sure that’s all he’s here to do…right? Right??
Well, Bryan decides to knee Kane before tussling with Orton. Kane gets involved and Bryan takes the RKO, but HOLY SHIT HE KICKS OUT! DANIEL BRYAN IS GONNA DO IT, HE’S GONNA WIN, YES YES YES
NO! NO! NO! RKO from Orton. Game over.
Grade: B+  Main event. Not bad, not great, but certainly good in its own right. Everyone looked good, even if the result was shit.

Cewsh: Look, when it comes down to it, Daniel Bryan was the person who got the focus here. It took a ridiculous dose of interference and two RKOs in order to put him down, and the last thing we were left with on the broadcast was Michael Cole channeling his very best Jim Ross and screaming about how Bryan had this one and about how unfair it all is to Bryan. In past months it hasn’t always been clear where exactly WWE has been going with this Bryan thing, but after this show it has actually become very clear. Daniel Bryan is the next top guy. They have made that so clear that it’s almost painful by pushing him in the most segments, mentioning him on every program, and by putting him in high profile matches time and time again. The only issue is WHEN, and it looks like their timing is working against them, as waiting until next Wrestlemania would be waiting far too long, but giving him his moment at Extreme Rules, or something similar, just wouldn’t feel right. WWE booked themselves into a corner with this and they have a limited amount of time to book themselves out. But either way, the moment IS coming, and WWE seems more and more sure of that with each show that goes by.

But just having that knowledge isn’t enough, is it? Because WWE has tapped into something interesting within internet wrestling fans. Daniel Bryan isn’t just the choice of smarks, he has come to represent them. He’s a powerful symbol for that section of the fanbase in the opposite way that Cena used to be. His success would represent validation from WWE both for Bryan and for those internet fans who have felt voiceless for years, even while their voices were the loudest. Those people do not seem to feel inclined to wait for this storyline to play out, and people like Rey Mysterio and Batista are just casualties of of this mass hysteria of impatience that has gripped a wide swath of the fanbase. Whether you think that phenomena is hurting the product or helping it is something truly subjective but, if nothing else, it’s a fascinating thing to watch.

86 out of 100

Cewsh’s Seal of Approval

Randy Orton Over Everyone Else Following The RKO.


Cewsh’s Conclusion: 

Cewsh: Well we’re one step closer to Wrestlemania, and yet I still have no clear idea of where we’re going. This show really didn’t clear any of that up at all, except to solidify that Randy Orton and Batista would be having a match for the title. But even if this wasn’t the edifying experience that I was hoping it would be, this is still a solid show with one fantastic, sparkling match on it that will be remembered fondly for years to come. Considering the history of this show is strewn with throw away nonsense, this might actually be one of the better ones in recent memory. Not that that’s saying a ton.

Cewsh’s Final Score: 67.8 out of 100
Artie’s Aftermath: 

Artie: Gah, this is a tough one to grade. On one hand, there were 4 matche on this PPV that range from OK to just flat-out uninteresting. Of the 3 other matches, 2 were good and 1 was GREAT. Due to these factors I give this PPV a SOLID…

Artie’s Final Score:  B-

Well that’ll do it for us this time, boys and girls. We hope you enjoyed our coverage of one of the many shows where half nude men wrestle in a cage on PPV. Next up we have one of the many long delayed reviews that we have been keeping from you due to our cruel, sadistic nature, and there’s no way to know which one it’ll be until showtime. Savor the mystery! But until then, remember as always to keep reading and be good to one another.

Written by Cewsh

I am the owner and operator of Cewsh Reviews. We review pro wrestling shows in a way that is funny and educational. Probably. Usually at least one or the other.


  1. Oh god, another of these “let's see where this goes”. Rey Mysterio's hardly a casualty. He got booed that one time and then everyone went back to loving him but tell me, who WANTED Batista back at all? Who wanted Batista vs Orton again in 2014?

    Don't try to make it seem like it's only smarks who want it because it's no longer just smarks. if fans hadn't reacted negatively, D-Bry will be in a throwaway midcard match against someone like Sheamus while we get to see a gassed up batista vs Orton.


  2. Come on Cewsh, you can hardly blame people for being impatient over Daniel Bryan. Far too many people remember his last title chase that was quietly forgotten about by all parties for reasons not accurately known…


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