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Booing booking decisions is spot on. I do it myself regularly. Well I don't actually sit in my living room booing, but you get what I mean.

Just think that they missed a trick with keeping Jordan on the heel path. Looking back over the last 5-6 months, Jordan's story was excellent.
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Originally posted by 205 Clive 205 Clive wrote:

Just think that they missed a trick with keeping Jordan on the heel path. Looking back over the last 5-6 months, Jordan's story was excellent.
 
It would appear from Raw this week that his swarmy twatish persona is continuing, but weirdly all three commentators talk him up with no variety in opinions on him.
 
Quote RAW GM Kurt Angle comes out to the ring to kick off the first RAW of 2018. He welcomes us to the show and talks about how 2017 was one of the biggest years of his career. He starts talking about the Royal Rumble and John Cena, which prompts boos from some fans. Angle talks about the Women's Royal Rumble briefly, then The Bar comes out to interrupt. Sheamus says he doesn't want to talk about tonight, he wants to talk about last week when The Bar was robbed. Sheamus complains about how the new team of Rollins and Jordan received a title shot right away. Cesaro accuses Angle of playing favorites. They start arguing about a rematch, and then Jason Jordan comes out to interrupt. Jordan argues with The Bar, which leads to Angle booking Jordan vs. Cesaro tonight. Seth Rollins interrupts next, and he says Jordan needs to be a better partner and less self-absorbed. Rollins says he'll be in Jordan's corner, but he's out here to watch Jordan lose. Cesaro hits a cheap shot on Jordan from behind, and we have a match.

- Cesaro vs. Jason Jordan: Rollins and Sheamus are at ringside. This one starts with some back and forth brawling, with Jordan making a comeback and mounting some offense. Jordan dumps Cesaro to the outside, then follows him out. At ringside, Cesaro grabs Jordan and slams him on the corner of the ring apron and he mounts a comeback. Cesaro brings Jordan back in the ring and works over his knee. Cesaro drops Jordan with a European uppercut, then continues the attack on Jordan's knee. Jordan escapes a powerslam attempt and drops Cesaro with a kick. Jordan goes for a suplex but his leg gives out. Jordan hits some strikes and finally is able to hit a belly to belly suplex. Jordan follows up with another one for a two count. Cesaro starts to fight back, but Jordan catches him with a Northern Lights suplex. Jordan rolls through for a second Northern Lights Suplex for a two count. Cesaro comes back with a shot to the bad knee and then a Boston Crab. Sheamus looks to get involved with a cheap shot, but Rollins intercepts and drops Sheamus. The distraction leads to Jordan suplexing Cesaro for a three count.

Winner: Jason Jordan

- Jason Jordan celebrates his win but leaves Rollins hanging on the fist bump.

 
Roman Reigns is backstage cracking his knuckles, when Seth Rollins walks in. Rollins tells Reigns to keep his cool after what Joe said tonight. Reigns says Joe is a joke to him, and he hopes Ambrose and the whole world is watching tonight to see what he does to Joe. Rollins mentions that he doesn't want Reigns to get DQed, because the title can change in the event of a DQ tonight. Jason Jordan walks in and says if The Bar tries to run in, they'll stop them, believe that. Jordan walks off, and Reigns and Rollins look confused by Jordan's appearance.
 
Rollins sold being kept hanging really well. By keeping his hand up for so long after being ignored, it made sure all the crowd and people watching at home knew about it.
 
Loved the arrogance of Jordan to think that Roman would ever want his help in a battle.
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Im starting to enjoy his persona now that it has a bit of meaning and it isnt just feigning an injury

The fact hes an over confident arsehole seems to fit him perfectly  and now there are people adding in the favouritism card which is only going to add to it

I'm now interested to see how this attitude affects Seth Rollins and their tag team partnership - im hoping Seth takes the same sort of attitude and then Ambrose can return and start to feud with them by asking what the hell has happened since hes been away etc


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I don't see the team lasting long at all in fact I would say that Seth and Jason lose the titles back to the bar leading Jordan to turn on Seth and thus the heel turn begins.

Seth and Jason could put on a clinic at the next Raw PPV before Jason goes on to face Kurt Angle at Wrestlemania in a battle of the suplexes.

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To be honest, I'm not sure I want to see Kurt wrestle again. He looked soooo stiff at Survivor Series. I am really enjoying the storyline going on between Jason and Seth though, with Kurt being the referee (or even dad!) in all of this. Seth being the mentor trying to guide his protege who won't take his advice is just another nice little development in the overall arc of Jordan's heel turn. Lovely. 
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Originally posted by L-shizzel L-shizzel wrote:

I don't see the team lasting long at all in fact I would say that Seth and Jason lose the titles back to the bar leading Jordan to turn on Seth and thus the heel turn begins.

Seth and Jason could put on a clinic at the next Raw PPV before Jason goes on to face Kurt Angle at Wrestlemania in a battle of the suplexes.



To be honest after tonight's Raw I see the exact opposite, Seth turning on Jordan (as he turned on the Shield) and then possibly a feud between Seth and Angle. 

But I've been wrong before. Tongue

But yes, I would be very surprised if this team lasts a long time either way.  


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Originally posted by Kondor Kondor wrote:

Originally posted by L-shizzel L-shizzel wrote:

I don't see the team lasting long at all in fact I would say that Seth and Jason lose the titles back to the bar leading Jordan to turn on Seth and thus the heel turn begins.

Seth and Jason could put on a clinic at the next Raw PPV before Jason goes on to face Kurt Angle at Wrestlemania in a battle of the suplexes.




To be honest after tonight's Raw I see the exact opposite, Seth turning on Jordan (as he turned on the Shield) and then possibly a feud between Seth and Angle. 

But I've been wrong before. Tongue

But yes, I would be very surprised if this team lasts a long time either way.  



I disagree I think Jordan will be the one to turn on Seth and Kurt will go heel as well so it's a nice little change of pace considering Jason is already acting quite cocky and extremely heelish his thing would be he's the son of an Olympic gold medalist he's above tagging with Seth Rollins and should be a contender for the universal title.
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Not sure what the fuck happened during their match on Raw but the referee seems to have royally fucked up with that practically 4 count.

Rollins used the curb stomp as well which i thought was banned?

The match itself was excellent and the surrounding stories with The Bar, The Club and JJ added to that without taking anything from the match quality
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Quote Seth Rollins vs. Finn Balor: Jason Jordan is at ringside in Rollin's corner, and Gallows & Anderson are at ringside in Balor's corner. Rollins and Balor trade holds in the opening moments until Rollins drops him with some strikes. Rollins hits some chops to the chest, then stomps on Balor in the corner. Balor comes back and dumps Rollins outsde, then follows up with a kick to the face from the apron. Back in the ring, Balor works over Rollins' knee. Rollins fights back and hits a Blockbuster off the middle rope on Balor, but appears to further hurt his knee on landing. The fight spills out to ringside again, and Rollins sells the knee. Back in the ring, Rollins continues to beat on Balor with kicks and knees. Rollins goes for a suplex, but Balor escapes. Rollins hits him with an elbow, and then shortly after goes up to the middle rope for another Blockbuster. Before Rollins can jump, Balor runs up and stops him with a kick. Rollins hits some running splashes on BAlor in the corner, but Balor blocks one with a sling blade on Rollins. Rollins gets to his feet and Balor charges forward -- and Balor runs right into a superkick from Rollins. Rollins picks up Balor, but Balor fights him off and hits some elbows and kicks. Balor hits a forearm shot and kicks, but Rollins hits some of his own. Rollins goes up top and looks for the Phoenix Splash, but Balor blocks it with his feet. Balor goes up top, but Rollins runs up and grabs him and superplexes Balor off the top. Rollins rolls through and hits the Falcon Arrow for a two count on Balor. Rollins is frustrated, and he goes back up to the top rope. Rollins goesf for the frogsplash, but Finn gets the knees up to block it. Finn rolls up Rollins and hook the leg for what appears to be a three count, but the ref says it was two. The Bar runs in and starts brawling with Anderson and Gallows at ringside. Balor hits a suicide dive on The Bar at ringside, then gets back in the ring. Balor ducks a clothesline from Rollins, but Jordan trips Balor from the floor and the ref misses it. Rollins immediately follows up with the Curb Stomp for the three count.

Winner: Seth Rollins

- After the match, Rollins and Jordan celebrate on the stage. We see a replay that appears the show the referee counting to three earlier in the match when Balor rolled up Rollins. Gallows and Anderson check on Balor in the ring, and Balor is selling like he has a concussion. Balor drops to his knees selling the concussion, then stands up, and RAW goes off the air.

I think we are going to continue to get repetitive booking every week of Jordan doing something on behalf of Seth and not listening to what Seth tells him.
 
It's looking more like Jordan is going to end up turning Seth heel and they will finish off on the same page.
 
It will happen because no matter what Jordan gets them into, he gets them out of and eventually that's going to win over Rollins in a matey way instead of just tag partners who happen to be champions.
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