WWE Royal Rumble 2015: Analyzing Least Promising Storylines so Far
January 7, 2015 - WWE
The Authority is behind in energy in WWE—and it isn’t indispensably good news for a peculiarity of WWE programming.
Stephanie McMahon and Triple H strutted onto Raw on Monday and immediately began settling aged scores and behaving one horribly critical act after another.
Notably, they dismissed Ryback, Erick Rowan and Dolph Ziggler during a finish of Raw—three guys who were on John Cena‘s group during Survivor Series. Cue a (not quite) thespian finale in that all of a babyfaces stood in a ring in startle during their dismissals, with Cena looking rather guilty.
Yes. The Authority is back—after just a small some-more than a month divided from a storylines.
Who says prerequisites don’t meant anything anymore?
It’s tough to get vehement about this. Sure, it would be good if Ryback, Ziggler and Rowan got an event to shine, though if story is any indication, this stream angle will especially be about a McMahons and Cena—you know, people who really don’t need some-more courtesy or some-more airtime.
It appears to be a plain order of WWE programming: Whatever happens, things fundamentally come behind to Triple H, Stephanie and Cena and a countless energy struggles for a company.
This storyline will rise serve during a Royal Rumble—although either fans will be invested in it stays to be seen.
In other storyline news, The Ascension—NXT stars Konnor and Viktor—debuted for WWE final week as a company’s newest tab team. Expect them to do something large during a Royal Rumble pay-per-view, though it substantially won’t be adequate to make adult for how dismally a bookers have treated them.
The dual have a decent volume of in-ring talent and earthy charisma; however, a company’s insistence on selling them as “Road Warriors: Part II” is doing them no favors whatsoever.
WWE is scripting them as sum rip-offs though even sanctimonious they are anything though sum rip-offs. It’s a small embarrassing.
The span even brought adult and mocked a Road Warriors in a promo on Monday’s show. It’s unfit for a tab group to tarry and flower when it is being requisitioned like this in storylines. That’s too bad, since a dual wrestlers do have potential. But WWE has to start engagement them as themselves, not as a small reverence act.
The lapse of Daniel Bryan has helped revitalise WWE’s programming somewhat. But there are still a few problems streamer into a pay-per-view, and it’s tough to get vehement about it.