@gaftra: 1) The crowd wanted to enjoy what they wanted to enjoy. A boring-ass match with Reigns being the "surprise" entrant wasn't going to get over on any Raw, let alone Raw after Mania. The crowd loved the hell out of the first two hours, and then they started chanting bullshit at the bullshit they are being shown. Everyone that says "People should just react how the WWE wants them to" makes me think we have a society of fucking drones. Which, I guess we kinda do.
2) A smart mark, or a smark, is someone that is smart to the business, but still can enjoy the show regardless of that fact. Not everyone is smart to the business, look on Twitter or Facebook and you will know that is true. And when did the crowd last night take a contrary opinion to everything?
@turboman: We know they can be incredibly petty at times, but I still can't imagine this was intentional. Am I hoping for too much when I think that they're all in such a bubble that it didn't even cross their mind? Of course, there's also the chance that someone did realize the connection and didn't care enough to bring it up.
They simply can't be that pathetic. It is impossible. Then again, they were basically the only wrestling show to take place since his death that didn't have a brief tribute at the top of the show, and not many of the other promotions even had a connection to him like the WWE did.