It would be an idea. There are all kinds of ways to present a wrestling story and some of them can be issues fans can relate to. At the same time though, there are some stories that are a little bit more outside of reality, as you would not be likely to see them take place in most people’s lives. Now we are hearing about some pitched ideas in WWE that would fit either list.
Former WWE writer Brian Gerwitz took to Twitter in response to recent “discussed” Royal Rumble plans. Gerwitz revealed some ideas that were “discussed” during his time with the company. Gerwitz mentioned two stories, neither of which ever made it to television. First up, there was an idea pitched of Vince McMahon having a midlife crisis, resulting in him growing a beard, wearing a Hawaiian shirt and singing Black Eyed Peas songs. The other idea would have involved Kaval, better known as Low Ki, revealed as Undertaker’s long lost son. There is no word on how close WWE came to using either idea.
Things “discussed” in my time at wwe:
Vince having midlife crisis, growing beard, wearing Hawaiian shirts and singing Black Eyed Peas songs
Kaval being Undertakers secret long lost son
Cena losing to Bray Wyatt via singing possessed child… wait, that one actually happened https://t.co/yIhViHlWtc
— Brian Gewirtz (@bfg728) December 3, 2022
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Opinion: This is one of those things that is always fascinating as it makes you wonder how some of these ideas came together. WWE has some very good ideas when they are given the chance to put them together, but at the same time there are some ideas that are quite the oddities. That would be the case with these possibilities and thankfully neither of them made it to air.
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