John Cena Firing
July 20, 2011 by staff
John Cena Firing, Love you, Pop, I’m sorry. “With these words, spectacular, Triple H took over from his father in real life-in-law, WWE Chairman Vince McMahon, its functions. It was a story, obviously, but the way it was delivered spoke to a broader issue For the first time, Triple H, the WWE Board of Directors on the screen representative referred released to the facts that he is married to the daughter of Vince and part of the brain trust WWE John Cena. , Which was set by CM Punk moments before threatened to leave his rival promotion TNA Wrestling, if Vince up to its promise to sack dinner if he lost. Both lines were knee-deep in the drama script, but also gave as examples of the real thing, worked CM Punk style shooting brought back into fashion in June.
Despite the fact that he was not even present for the process, the punk spirit filled the arena.1 Physically Punk – the supposed champion of the WWE – was in Chicago, bouncing off the screen with the championship belt. If normal, so it is. Let me recap.
A few weeks ago, Punk became the no. 1 contender for the WWE Title John Cena and said he would win the championship in the next Money in the Bank pay-per-view. Since his contract was until the day after the event, Punk also committed to the foot of the WWE belt. The following week, he delivered a monologue that changes the landscape was full of real life references that brought down the fans jaws, regardless of how much we already know about the WWE backstage treatment. In explaining his decision to leave, Punk quo pilloried the state of the WWE, he questioned his determination, and criticized the management of the company of her then Vince McMahon career.2 “suspended” Punk for his insubordination – at least until next week when John Cena, ever the mensch, requested the return of Punk for fans could see the two fight. McMahon relented, but added the proviso that if Cena could not defeat Punk, Cena would be fired. Make sense?
Then came Sunday night on pay-per-view. It was in Chicago, the birthplace of Punk, and the crowd was loud in the corner Punk even though its rating is the bad guy (despite the considerable popularity Dinner). Dinner and Punk fought an incredible game – Dinner seems to thrive on opposition from the crowd – which reached its climax when McMahon and his sidekick, John Laurinitis, appeared at ringside. When Punk Cena locked in his submission hold STF3, Vince said Laurinitis clock have the ring of the bell. This was a reference to the famous delicious Betrayal Montreal 1997, when the champion Bret Hart WCW planned to defect to, without losing the track title and McMahon (in real life) by the referee to signal the end of the game when the opponent Shawn Michaels had Hart locked in a Sharpshooter. This final insult conveyed added Hart moved to hire firm to defeat the champion. It went successfully, but Bret went ballistic after the game – that wearing McMahon (again, in real life) in his dressing room – and the incident became part of the tradition of struggle. It also marked a transition on the screen McMahon emcee for the owner diabolical.
So when Laurinitis made his move to the ringside for Dinner Punk Main Event on Sunday, the implication was clear. Dinner – the hustle, creed Loyalty Respect – recognized what was about to happen, released Laurinitis Punk and intercepted by pushing the two Laurinitis and the fourth wall in the eye. He shook his head to Vince, saying he would not go that way. When he entered the ring Cena, still looking for McMahon, Cena recovered Punk hit his finisher Go to bed, pinned him and won. Vince, visibly upset, took a headset from one of the speakers and Alberto Del Rio called out. Early in the evening, Del Rio had won Money in the Bank ladder match, which guaranteed him a title shot at any time. Vince was demanding, or scripts – the line was deliberately blur the reality here – that the exercise of Rio Del Rio right.4 ran to the ring, but Punk kicked him in the head before the match could start and escaped the crowd, title belt in hand. He paused long enough to blow a farewell kiss McMahon.
Punk and then was gone. Since then, photos of Punk celebrates with the belt have appeared all over the Internet. If this was just another WWE history, played straight. Monday night, Punk went to the Cubs game instead of traveling to Wisconsin to Raw. When Vince, wearing a pink sport coat, opened the show with an awkward state of the Direction of the company style, promised that fans will never hear the name of Punk back into a broadcast of the WWE. Vince then announced one night eight-man tournament to crown a new champion. The tournament was full of short, well parties – most of them ended with abrupt end, which was necessary to move things along and protect the reputation of the losers. “But before Rey Mysterio and The Miz could start the final match, Vince took the ring of fire formally Supper. The former champion came out and stated his case: I love the WWE, but he will not win the way Michaels defeated Hart in Montreal and go down in history as another buddy McMahon.
Just before he could shoot McMahon Cena, however, were interrupted by Triple H, not seen since WrestleMania in April5 and wearing a suit, which is unusual for him. Triple H said he had come to a Council of the WWE Board of Directors on the board, uncomfortable with making erratic Vince decided that Triple H should replace McMahon. The end of the show was surreal: McMahon, who was booed loudly throughout the night (and over recent weeks and, frankly, the last 15 years) was in the ring, crying into his jacket color Rose, while he received a standing ovation. “Thank-You-Vince,” the crowd shouted.
It deserves an ovation that if it is indeed out, but we must assume that it is not. Already, fans are predicting that McMahon will side with Punk in an insurgency, or otherwise being dragged back into history. Despite the blurred reality of recent weeks and despite a valiant attempt to Triple H to Vince look like a drop in development of real life, instead of another frame of wrestling, 6 which is entirely plausible that McMahon will back on the screen before. But for now, the president has been diverted away from the screen and in the indefinite future. One could say it’s a metaphor for the current state of WWE.
Everyone loved Punk promo for three weeks. This is because workers outbreaks are the cherry on top of marshmallow ice cream pro wrestling. As sweet as they are, worked shoots are worthless without scripted storytelling. What we saw Monday night was an attempt to establish a compromise between the new reality of wrestling and unreality. Vince degradation was not a real life story, but it was a gesture towards the reality, and a pretty bold. The message reinforced the arc CM Punk last month suggested a more indirect way: the fans were not happy that the product on the screen did not work and it was time for a new direction.
And so comes the reality outside the screen. The real world exists outside of camera, and much of the world of fake fighting not only exists but is also planned there. For years, wrestling has largely denied this inconvenient truth and only recognized when they are served – with a series of carefully placed cameras backstage. Monday night, WWE admitted that the decisions that determine the outcomes of wrestling are off the screen. The Board met with the fire off the screen McMahon, CM Punk, the world champion, is off the screen, and John Cena, the hero of values, outside of the screen during most of the night.
If this is not exactly breaking the fourth wall, then maybe that’s the point. This is, after all, a wrestling show with script and the real world can be eluded to but not directly on the screen. Punk worked shoot up more than a history of the championship. His epic tirade able to tackle real life problems while comfortably within semi-scripted reality of WWE. Thus, the door opened to a new kind of narrative wrestling. The events of Sunday and Monday are the progress of this script, even if they are following blindly into uncharted waters. We do not know what the future will look like, but it’s reality for you. We call was worked shoot.
I’ve said before: if the history of wrestling itself were an argument, the central conflict would be the tension between the real and the unreal peculiar wrestling. When the Betrayal of Montreal 15 years ago, this idea was almost unthinkable, because the issue had not been addressed yet. With some rare exceptions, off-screen action would have been absurd happening. Viewers were not accustomed to it and not know how to respond. Having its champion wandering in the real world, your contract expired? Would not have made any sense.
Times have changed, but the question now is how to meet their WWE product on the screen, while the recognition of a wider world. Nobody is going to see a wrestling show when the best things that’s happening on Twitter and YouTube. But a reality wrestling recognizing that the real world exists? Well, that makes sense.
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