if you remove the spinner, the fans will not see it as important and therefore NOT want a replica
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WWE sent out a breaking news text which revelaed Vince McMahon's return on-camera to WWE television.
The text says on next week's RAW, McMahon will be on the show to evaluate John Laurinaitis' job performance. The text also reminded fans that the episode will be three hours.
Though how is Vince going to evaluate Big Johnny's Job if he got kicked out of his job.... I DON'T UNDERSTAND YOU WWE
Last edited by KiFF86; 06-04-2012 at 05:25 PM.
I AM FOREVER- Master Shake
I mean I liked Face-Off, but I didn't go to college either.
"It isn't jumping the shark if you never come back down." Chuck
Again, Its the three month rule.
In professional wrestling, anything that happened more than three months ago is no longer true canon.
Professional Wrestling's version of Negative Continuity and Retcon.
The unwritten rule states that any events that took place more than three months ago do not need to be considered canon. This creates interesting situations where two wrestlers who were recently at each other's throats are now the best of friends. It also provides a means for the writers to not have to explain radical changes in a character's gimmick (went from a millionaire playboy to a voodoo priest and back again? No problem!).
Note that this is different from the Seven Year Rule; after three months, the aftereffects of a storyline can be forgotten, but after seven years, the storyline itself can be recycled wholesale.
An example of the rule being lampshaded
Vince always cvomes back when ratings dip, hads done it for years.
Nothing's gonna happen without a warning
Following WWE's announcement Wednesday that Randy Orton had been suspended for 60 days for his second violation of the Talent Wellness Program, the SmackDown wrestler met with Chairman Vince McMahon, Executive Vice President of Talent and Live Events Paul Levesque and Executive Vice President of Television Production Kevin Dunn at the organization's headquarters in Stamford, Connecticut on Friday.
A WWE source described the meeting's atmosphere as "hostile;" it was determined that a further decision concerning Orton awaits. Furthermore, "several" officials are lobbying for his termination as a cost-cutting measure. They feel his lucrative ten-year contract—signed in January 2010—can no longer be justified if he is brought back in a mid-level role.
McMahon especially, is infuriated with Orton, who felt he had matured in recent years. The nine-time world champion's suspension reportedly stems from a positive drug test for the anabolic steroid Dianabol, which is banned by the United States Congress under its Controlled Substances Act. He also reportedly tested positive for marijuana, which is subject to a $2,500 fine.