Socom, on 19 September 2013 - 08:44 AM, said:
We need to the Legend Killer Orton back, it's whats best for business. This storyline is kinda of bad because it's just keeps repeating itself.
Yeah Randy Orton turned into a pussy over night. Always needing The Sheild (who he was fighting with like a month before) to help him. It's also ruined The Sheild because instead of being the hounds of justice, they are just Triple H and Randy Orton's lapdogs. When the face Superstars ran down on RAW, Randy Orton ran away faster than when he went AWOL from the Navy. At least The Sheild tried to fight back even thought it was eleven vs. three and Daniel Bryan always tries to fight back when it's four (or more) on one.
JB, on 19 September 2013 - 11:18 AM, said:
How can they get refunded for a problem that happened on a free show the next night? lol. That's like having a nice meal at a fancy restaurant, then having a shitty one at McDonald's, but going back to the fancy place to complain.
It's nothing like having a shitty meal at McDoanlds unless the same company owned both businesses. The fancy resturant would probaley say "dude, go and sue Ronald McDonald." Back to WWE, the fans case was vacting the WWE Championship the night after made the match result of Night of Champions invalid. I don't really see why it should since Daniel Bryan's victory still counts and they are still rfering to him as a two-time WWE Champion. I would of said for the match result to be made invalid would be taking away Daniel Bryan's second WWE Championship so he goes back to a one-time WWE Champion, giving the title back to Randy Orton and pretending like it didn't happen.
UPDATE: WWE has provided us with the following statement on this issue:
“While certain fans may not have liked the continuing storyline following Night of Champions, we’re certain that the 3-hour pay-per-view event delivered all the entertainment and excitement expected from WWE.”
They used the word "expected.
" WWE do this shit all the time and fans should expect it. The statement from WWE kind of stupid. Fans are asking for refund because they didn't feel the pay-per-view did deliver entrtainment and excitement and just pissed Daniel Bryan fans off. But the statement from WWE is pretty much ignoring the fans and saying it did, despite people saying it didn't. Fans got refunds so WWE can say what they want, they lost money. That's bad for bussiness...
Also, I'm sure the cable company felt the fans had a good case for them to give refunds. I'm sure you can't order a pay-per-view then right up the next day and say "it sucked, I want a refund" without a good reason.
Edited by Jess Morrison, 19 September 2013 - 12:57 PM.