WWE Royal Rumble 2017: Roman Reigns And 5 Things Fans Will Complain About This WrestleMania Season
January 11, 2017 - WWE
It’s Royal Rumble season, that equates to WrestleMania season, that means tensions are about to run high. WWE’s ardent fanbase is never bashful about entrance brazen with complaints, critiques and, sometimes, sparse snub in greeting to engagement decisions during WWE’s many suggestive quarter. WWE reported record revenues of $199 million during a second entertain of 2016, a success that can be directly attributed to WrestleMania 32 that occurred in April.
Fan complaints were a visit subject of contention on a differently awful Bring it to a Table infomercial discuss show, and WWE Superstars have begun to pull behind opposite overzealous patrons.
NXT Superstar Patrick Clarke recently posted a Tweet that was rarely vicious of “smart” fans. As of this writing, a Tweet has not been deleted so clearly WWE officials don’t seem to have a problem with this sentiment.
WWE might need a lot some-more where that came from to fight a tidal call of fussy that might concede high-profile matches, wrestlers or moments.
Royal Rumble Eliminations
Never is a tenure “buried” some-more en practice than during a Royal Rumble. Quick eliminations and brief stints among renouned underdogs mostly lead to conjecture of WWE giving somebody a tender deal. While this isn’t always a case, bad showings in a Royal Rumble do not make for earnest WrestleMania skeleton unless there is a storyline behind them. So if Sami Zayn is one of a many victims who is tossed out in a potentially record-breaking opening by Braun Strowman, Twitter timelines everywhere will fast turn NSFW.
WrestleMania brings many outward celebrities for anything from cameos to full-blown matches. And while some luminary appearances have worked out famously, others have depressed prosaic on their faces. WWE fans are a really territorial group, generally when it comes to celebrities. A luminary in WWE is mostly treated like a Harvard connoisseur walking in on a Skull and Bones meeting. WWE has immortalized celebrities like Muhummad Ali and Liberace in a prominence reels. It can be simply argued that Cindy Lauper and Mr. T were essential to WWE’s long-term success through a Rock N’ Wrestling Era that led to WrestleMania I. Mike Tyson helped reanimate WWE during a Monday Night Wars.
But for each Mike Tyson, there seems to be 20 Snookis. If ever there was a polite right transformation for disenfranchised celebrities, WWE’s fanbase would be a oppressors.
If an alien is to step in a WWE ring, he best be named Scott Hall or Kevin Nash. WWE fans infamously booed Maria Menounos during a Hall of Fame as she attempted to compensate loyalty to her crony Bob Backlund. The greeting received a ire of WWE officials and desirous an open minute from Menounos herself. Basically, WWE is like Philadelphia, and celebrities are Santa Claus.