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PostSubject: Rolling Stone RAW Review    Fri Mar 13, 2015 12:51 pm

The latest Rolling Stone RAW Review by Kenny Herzog is now available to read, and this week’s column looks back on Wiz Khalifa’s RAW appearance and some other ‘notable’ events. You can read a few excerpts below:

TitanTron is the New Texting
Whatever happened to calls, emails or JibJab? (No, seriously, whatever happened to JibJab?) Nowadays, superstars essentially respond to challenges in absentia, opting to declare their participation in WrestleMania matches via elaborately produced packages broadcast on the world-famous TitanTron (is that corporate copyright still in effect?). First, there was Sting’s spooky acceptance of Triple H’s throwdown. Then last night, after making mist flume out of Bray Wyatt’s decoy urn, the Undertaker said “You’re on!” in voice and video only, complete with CGI lightning and telltale gong. There’s more of a likelihood that Sting, rather than ‘Taker, will show his face again on Raw between now and March 29, but at least in the interim we know neither spares any expense when it comes to multimedia mind games – too bad WWE couldn’t have spent this much of their budget on compelling storylines for either of their supposed feuds.

So, They’re Really Dropping This ‘Dust Brothers’ Thing
Is Goldust injured and I’ve been none the wiser? Was the unduly indifferent response to he and Stardust’s admittedly premature match at Fastlane so repellant that WWE truly spiked the whole story? And wouldn’t this be at least the third time since Goldie’s latest return that a family feud was teased then tossed? It’s hard to see any scenario in which Dustin undermines Cody so unforgivably over these next two-and-a-half weeks that it alters Cody/Stardust’s course to participate in the IC-title match and stokes interest in their brotherly brouhaha anew. Maybe, given the unceremonious abandonment of the Bella Twins’ beef, there have merely been some snags getting across the classic sibling unraveling in recent months. What used to be money might feel counterfeit. But it felt like this was something some of us wanted, and the performers in this song and dance seemed in step. Que sera, I suppose. Or as Stardust might say…

For the complete Rolling Stone RAW Review, including thoughts on Randy Orton, junk food, one-liners and more, click here.

http://www.rollingstone.com/culture/news/wwe-raw-wiz-khalifa-and-a-whole-lot-of-wtf-20150310
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PostSubject: Re: Rolling Stone RAW Review    Fri Mar 13, 2015 5:10 pm

Yeah, it's lame half the superstars accepting matches are done my voiceovers <_<
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PostSubject: Re: Rolling Stone RAW Review    Fri Mar 13, 2015 5:34 pm

They should have had it carved into a casket or something for Taker.

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