I've been with Punk since day 1, and the podcast only reaffirms that position.
WWE has been run in an exploitative and unethical manner since its inception and wrestling needs more people like Punk who have the balls to not only speak out against it but to also take action against them when necessary.
I want to like Ryback but he is making it difficult.
I hate that people (I remember Dan Ryckert doing this) think that HHH doesn't bury people or slow down peoples momentum. It's just factually incorrect.
Yeah, totally. It's kind of naive not to recognize that he has done that stuff after all this time. It's gone way past "dirt sheet rumors" into "consistent stories over 15 years."
Like, I know that Triple H is the average internet fan's best friend right now because he says funny things on Raw and he hired Kevin Steen, but consider that we are still constantly hearing stories about how he dicks around people backstage then think about how much worse that will be when he (presumably) has even more power after Vince is gone. He's not the magic bullet that some people like to think he is and it is disappointing to see so many people fall for this narrative he is trying to push.