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Raw recollections from Chicago:
Amazing crowd. Fun to listen to them. Noise is infectious.
Daniel Bryan is red hot. It's SO time to harness that elusive emotion. Bryan's in ring skills & his viable 2nd gear are money. Fans want him to succeed. Hope they get their wish.
11 on 3 mismatch in the favor of the 'good guys' was most unique. It actually ended up well. Spotlight on Bryan but others got some positive minutes too. Exceeded my expectations for the concept.
Thought the Shield had good outings/exposure throughout the night.
CM Punk had an awesome night in his hometown. He felt more like Stone Cold than I can ever recall. Home field advantage didn't hurt.
Who's a better wrestling villain than Paul Heyman?
The line between good & evil is more blurred than ever on WWE TV. Except for Heyman.
I'll be surprised if Wyatt Family don't become fan favorites. What have they done to be considered bad guys? Beat up Kane?
Feels as if the Usos are moving forward. I like the face paint.
The personal issue involving the Rhodes family certainly is fun to follow. The ability for any wrestling creative entity to provide fans w/ personal issues is an elusive skill. Bill Watts was great at it back in Mid South days.
It's amazing the amount of info that the broadcast team has to manage. Michael Cole does an excellent job in navigating that process.
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