WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross shares comments about “hater” fans in a new blog post on his official website, JRsBarBQ.com. In a section where he reveals what he thought of the final segment that aired during the December 9th edition of “Monday Night Raw,” Ross says that some fans just prefer to hate, and that some will continue to hate the product even after being given an awesome final segment like the one that aired Monday night.
“The final segment added some fuel to the fire for Sunday’s Unification match, the second in 12 years w/ Chris Jericho prevailing then, and hopefully the last. It also exposed some matchups that fans gravitated to immediately. HHH vs. Punk is money. Daniel Bryan vs. HBK is money even though I DON’T think that it will ever happen and it also put John Cena who stole the segment verbally and then built to a potentially unique situation at TLC as not only Orton’s mortal enemy but also an unlikely ally to the Authority. Or not.
Plus, Cena vs. Bryan….Bryan vs. Punk…..are also great attractions if, like every thing within the genre, they are built properly. John Cena’s promo Monday night surrounding by an impressive group of his peers and predecessors really stood out. Perhaps Cena’s best mic work to date.
Those that don’t like WWE right now for whatever reason likely still aren’t going to like it even after the great final segment on RAW but I’m more interested in watching the TLC PPV this Sunday than I was prior to the broadcast. (Some fans seemingly just have more fun “hating.”)”
You can read the entire blog post here.