Can you blame him for being annoyed? There are a lot of people on the main WWE roster, but at the same time, several of them are unable to get on television all that often. With so many wrestlers available for WWE to choose from, several of them do not seem to get the chance to showcase themselves very often. One such wrestler made it clear that he was not thrilled with the idea.
This weekend’s Elimination Chamber pay per view was a pretty stacked card with a pair of Elimination Chamber matches, one of which headlined the show. The match saw WWE Champion Drew McIntyre defending the title against a group of former WWE Champions, making the match an all-star showdown for the title. The problem with the match though is that it is based on the past, which is where one star took issue.
SmackDown star Murphy sent out a tweet during the pay per view, saying that since the title match was all about former WWE Champions, WWE should have another Elimination Chamber match between future champions. Murphy tagged himself, Mustafa Ali, Aleister Black, Cedric Alexander, Kalisto, Apollo Crews, Chad Gable, Ricochet, Humberto Carrillo, Angel Garza and Drew Gulak. Murphy has not wrestled since the December 4 SmackDown.
So #WWEChamber is full of FORMER WWE Champions… how about a chamber full of the FUTURE! @WWE_Murphy @AliWWE @WWEAleister @CedricAlexander @KalistoWWE @WWEApollo @WWEGable @KingRicochet @humberto_wwe @AngelGarzaWwe @DrewGulak
— Best Kept Secret Again (@WWE_Murphy) February 22, 2021
He might have a point. Check out some of the names Murphy wants to see:
Opinion: Yeah I’d be fine with something like this, though I’d be fine with any of these wrestlers getting more screen time. There are some rather talented people in WWE and it can be rather annoying watching some of them sit on the sidelines. Hopefully WWE starts pushing a few of them a little harder, though I’m not sure why I should believe that is going to be the case anytime soon.
Thomas Hall has been a wrestling fan for over thirty years and has seen over 50,000 wrestling matches. He has also been a wrestling reviewer since 2009 with over 5,000 full shows covered. You can find his work at kbwrestlingreviews.com, or check out his- Amazon author page with 30 wrestling books.
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