|Roman Reigns vs. Daniel Bryan
@kevinhunsperger & @my123cents on Twitter
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Up until last year's build up to Wrestlemania with Daniel Bryan winning the WWE World Heavyweight title I think I was much more critical of the wrestling industry. As a fan, I think if we don't get that instant gratification we're looking for, we begin bash the product and the people coming up with the storylines. But there was something about that Bryan story when it started at SummerSlam 2013 and wrapped up at Wrestlemania XXX that changed my mind. That slow burn really paid off.
|The Steve Austin Show
By accepting that premise, it makes me think before I immediately react to something I didn't like on Raw, SmackDown! or a pay per view. I may still make a snarky comment on Twitter from time to time, but I am trying to look at more of the big picture. And that's not to say that fans can't make their voice heard and not like something at the moment. But if we remember that there is no end date to any of the wrestling storylines we are watching, it's comforting to know that things MAY end up going the way we "book" them with our friends. We know when watching a movie they have two hours or so to tell the story and deliver the outcome we want. Wrestling isn't like that.
|Jimmy Snuka attacks Don Muraco
My first WWE memory