"Come on out, little Johnny!"
"You fly me all the way out to D-troit for a contract signing and this guy is too scared to show up?"
Brock is doing pretty great here.
Brock as a guy demanding changes was good in theory, his attitude of being bigger than the company is great, but this was too much talking for him and he was repeating himself a bit too much. There's really no need for him to be talking this long. What I'm saying is, that talking this long might not be his strong suit, because he's not really the kind of guy that should talk this long.
That said, the actual demands (like wanting Vince's jet) were pretty entertaining. I liked the one about Shamus getting fined for pushing a ref and how he wanted to get paid extra for shit like that.
A heel that says he doesn't give a fuck about the crowd>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> A face who says he doesn't give a fuck about the crowd
The feet on the desk were awesome, then saying he wanted it to be Monday Night RAW Starring Brock Lesnar, just a great way to get the crowd to hate him.
Again, this works better than Cena vs Rock because they have a real heel.
Ace's face when he agreed to the terms was fantastic. He looked like he just ate a shit sandwhich and found a way to force it down.
Cena pausing but not doing the salute (unless he did it off camera) and then marching to the ring without smiles or crowd interactions was good stuff. Wrapping the chain on his knuckles was better. The silence was good stuff. Brock getting fed up with it and taunting him was good stuff.
It went a little long and asked Brock to talk too long, but it was a good segment overall. The threat of the chain was better than seeing them actually hit each other.
Overall a very good show, which is a shock for a 3 hour one based on the last few.