jeremiahvedder wrote:The difference is, the return of A-Train wasn't what the fans wanted. We wanted a returning Brock. That's like people wanting a nice chocolate cake and someone slapping a raw fish down on the plate in front of them. WWE should've known the difference, yeah?
That's not really an issue though. They weren't teasing the return of Brock, it was an internet rumor (one that clearly turned out to be true, but a rumor none the less) while Albert was teased for the last few weeks, there was no mystery to his entrance, and they were just paying off something they'd actually been advertising. The fact that some fans who had read on the internet that Brock might show up were hoping for Brock last night, shouldn't have been an issue either, because they clearly weren't going to debut him against Reilly or in the middle of the show. I'd get that if Albert came out and destroyed Cena to end the show, that would be a big let down (kind of), but to have a mid show debut against a jobber be the guy that they were promoting for the last few weeks is just how WWE does things.