Monthly Archives: November 2011
On the October 31st edition of WWE’s Raw Supershow, three reigning champions lost in non-title bouts. Talk about scary. While fitting for a Halloween episode it most likely only motivates viewers to tune in less frequently. WWE officials have been keen to show off the top stars on both Raw and Smackdown Super Shows, but apparently they have no regard for the championships they hold. As each belt represents their respective wrestler’s supremacy, every competitor wants to reach that peak. Consequently, the audience is pre-subscribed with the notion that no climb is compete until they strip the title -holder of their belt.
In a cartoon world, the belt is like He-Man and Lion-O’s swords. Without their swords, they’re just another cast member supporting the main character(s). The children and this 30-year old know that as long as those hyphenatedly named heroes have their sword they’re never going to lose. Skeletor and/or Mumm-Ra will have to take it from them in order to reign supreme. So tiny tikes will lose their allegiance to their heroes when they sip their cereal broth watching He-Man single-handedly beaten in a fair hand-to-hand combat with Beast Man. The same happens when Read the rest of this entry