"It's the most blatant example of pulling strings to give him an endless amount of chances, and to make matters worse, it's a pointless storytelling move. It doesn't matter what the outcome is; if he loses, it doesn't mean anything because it's become evident that he'll just be given another chance. If he wins, he doesn't really gain anything because he's in the exact same spot that he always is, and Ziggler loses some of his legitimacy to fix something that ain't broken."
"The worst of it came recently, when Cena allied himself with WWE chairman Vince McMahon. It’s worth noting that in the ever-changing continuity of WWE, Vince had previously been ousted as CEO back at the start of this whole mess, only to swagger back onscreen with no explanation whatsoever. Equally inexplicable was the fact that he was met with cheers from the crowd, even though his return involved humiliating his subordinates and forcing them to call him “sir.”