The health swing we’ve seen from Raw Womens champion Ronda Rousey over the past week, culminating in her “wrestling scripted” promotion in the YouTube video she released yesterday (March 7), fans have spoken. WWE knows this, which is part of why they have run an article on their website about how Rousey “aims to hurt” Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair, and “wants to destroy your universe” and point to fan reaction as a reason why Ronda “fighter” – as opposed to the executive – has come to WWE.
What WWE.com’s article does not come up with is what people on websites such as Cageside have argued for. That is, whether fully or not full meta and portraying Rousey as being above the business while she leans in her reputation from the UFC as an abrupt who will scour the earth around her as soon as things do not go her way is a good idea. 1
9659003] Is the most dedicated part of your public debate on whether “expose business” is good for business good business for WWE?
For me, and this is true to go back to John Cena, call The Rock out to write notes on his arm, or Cena and Roman Reign’s cut promos on each other’s ability to sell tickets, or Reigns & # 39; Sweeping with Brock Lesnar being about Lesnar not respecting the mining business, it would be good if this story of the story dried up. Because everyone knows that pro wrestling is fiction, let’s just focus on writing the best fictional adventures of larger than living characters that solve their problems by fighting.
But … I popped for CM Punks pipbomb’s promo as loud as anyone. I said “ooooh, damn it!” When Dwayne Johnson looked upset after Cena spilled the beans about her cheat sheet and I spent a lot of time talking, tweeting and writing about Rousey being really upset, how hard she works with Becky Lynch last Monday night, what WWE thinks she is tweeting the word “false” etc. Etc.
There is a lot of evidence showing how interested hardcore fans – and call themselves what you want, but if you read and talk about Raw