History Main / XPacHeat

21st Nov '16 11:38:27 AM thecarolinabull01
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** Back again to some extent after his matches in 2016. ''[=SummerSlam=] '14''? Awesome due to the CatharsisFactor of Cena finally getting squashed in a match. Rollins? He was playing a DirtyCoward heel anyway and 2015 had the rematches with 'Taker. 2016 was where the pattern of every Lesnar match since breaking the streak became a problem and he delivered a dull match at Wrestlemania against Dean Ambrose. In the summer, Brock made a one-night return to UFC and failed two drug tests while preparing, confirming what many suspected for years. WWE did nothing to punish Brock, revealing that part-time wrestlers are exempt from their drug tests, which pissed fans off big time especially since WWE had been handing out suspensions like Halloween candy to other superstars who failed drug tests, including Roman Reigns. Then at ''Summerslam '16'', he beat up the returning Randy Orton badly enough that he was left in a pool of his own blood, had a legitimate concussion, several staples in his head and missed his next PPV appearance (to the point that Jericho was ready to ''get into a real fight'' over the Orton fiasco). The overprotective nature of his booking which makes an already seemingly invincible monster look even stronger, plus the repetitive nature of his squash matches has lead to some DarknessInducedAudienceApathy regarding his feuds now, since it's hard to get invested when he's going to walk all over whatever Face they feed to him next. It's reached the point where the returning Wrestling/{{Goldberg}}[[note]]Who despite being massively popular in his time has developed a smark {{Hatedom}} due to HypeBacklash[[/note]] has consistently gotten cheered over him, the sole exception being in Lesnar's home state of Minnesota.[[note]]Goldberg's own case was helped by both nostalgia and the plain emotion he let show on his face on his return to ''Raw'' and that his promo came off as heartfelt and sold the crowd on the match. And the only notable time Lesnar was cheered was at his hometown.[[/note]]

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** Back again to some extent after his matches in 2016. ''[=SummerSlam=] '14''? Awesome due to the CatharsisFactor of Cena finally getting squashed in a match. Rollins? He was playing a DirtyCoward heel anyway and 2015 had the rematches with 'Taker. 2016 was where the pattern of every Lesnar match since breaking the streak became a problem and he delivered a dull match at Wrestlemania against Dean Ambrose. In the summer, Brock made a one-night return to UFC and failed two drug tests while preparing, confirming what many suspected for years. WWE did nothing to punish Brock, revealing that part-time wrestlers are exempt from their drug tests, which pissed fans off big time especially since WWE had been handing out suspensions like Halloween candy to other superstars who failed drug tests, including Roman Reigns. Then at ''Summerslam '16'', he beat up the returning Randy Orton badly enough that he was left in a pool of his own blood, had a legitimate concussion, several staples in his head and missed his next PPV appearance (to the point that Jericho was ready to ''get into a real fight'' over the Orton fiasco). The overprotective nature of his booking which makes an already seemingly invincible monster look even stronger, plus the repetitive nature of his squash matches has lead to some DarknessInducedAudienceApathy regarding his feuds now, since it's hard to get invested when he's going to walk all over whatever Face they feed to him next. It's reached the point where the returning Wrestling/{{Goldberg}}[[note]]Who despite being massively popular in his time has developed a smark {{Hatedom}} due to HypeBacklash[[/note]] has consistently gotten cheered over him, the sole exception being in Lesnar's home state of Minnesota.[[note]]Goldberg's own case was helped by both nostalgia and the plain emotion he let show on his face on his return to ''Raw'' and that his promo came off as heartfelt and sold the crowd on the match. And the only notable time Lesnar was cheered was at his hometown.[[/note]][[/note]] And then Goldberg squashed Lesnar in a minute during their rematch at ''Survivor Series'', to the enjoyment of many fans.
19th Nov '16 8:35:23 PM thecarolinabull01
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Then there's '''X-Pac Heat'''. This is when the audience boos and insults a wrestler not because they hate the "character", but because ''they hate the performer''. It can be because they've been [[CreatorsPet pushed too hard]], they have [[WagTheDirector political power behind the scenes]], or because they're terrible performers. For wrestlers, this often refers to guys who have poor matches (or actively wreck the pushes of others) and become overexposed despite crowds not caring for them one way or the other (either as heroes or as villains). This is not a heel, a villain whom fans [[LoveToHate want to see punished]]; a person with X-Pac Heat is someone fans don't want to see ''at all''. It's a very specific form of breaking {{kayfabe}} by the fans and happens to be quite rare [[note]]Though it's becoming more common these days due to the rise of the SmartMarks rejecting everything presented to them[[/note]].

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Then there's '''X-Pac Heat'''. This is when the audience boos and insults a wrestler not because they hate the "character", but because ''they hate the performer''. It can be because they've been [[CreatorsPet pushed too hard]], they have [[WagTheDirector political power behind the scenes]], or because they're terrible performers. For wrestlers, this often refers to guys who have poor matches (or actively wreck the pushes of others) and become overexposed despite crowds not caring for them one way or the other (either as heroes or as villains). This is not a heel, a villain whom fans [[LoveToHate want to see punished]]; a person with X-Pac Heat is someone fans don't want to see ''at all''. It's a very specific form of breaking {{kayfabe}} by the fans and happens to be quite rare [[note]]Though it's becoming more common these days due to the rise of the SmartMarks SmartMark fans rejecting everything presented to them[[/note]].
19th Nov '16 8:34:04 PM thecarolinabull01
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Then there's '''X-Pac Heat'''. This is when the audience boos and insults a wrestler not because they hate the "character", but because ''they hate the performer''. It can be because they've been [[CreatorsPet pushed too hard]], they have [[WagTheDirector political power behind the scenes]], or because they're terrible performers. For wrestlers, this often refers to guys who have poor matches (or actively wreck the pushes of others) and become overexposed despite crowds not caring for them one way or the other (either as heroes or as villains). This is not a heel, a villain whom fans [[LoveToHate want to see punished]]; a person with X-Pac Heat is someone fans don't want to see ''at all''. It's a very specific form of breaking {{kayfabe}} by the fans and happens to be quite rare.

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Then there's '''X-Pac Heat'''. This is when the audience boos and insults a wrestler not because they hate the "character", but because ''they hate the performer''. It can be because they've been [[CreatorsPet pushed too hard]], they have [[WagTheDirector political power behind the scenes]], or because they're terrible performers. For wrestlers, this often refers to guys who have poor matches (or actively wreck the pushes of others) and become overexposed despite crowds not caring for them one way or the other (either as heroes or as villains). This is not a heel, a villain whom fans [[LoveToHate want to see punished]]; a person with X-Pac Heat is someone fans don't want to see ''at all''. It's a very specific form of breaking {{kayfabe}} by the fans and happens to be quite rare.
rare [[note]]Though it's becoming more common these days due to the rise of the SmartMarks rejecting everything presented to them[[/note]].



In short: if fans {{love to hate}} the target, or wish to see someone beat him or her, (s)he's a heel. If fans just hate the target, it's {{the Scrappy}}. If fans hate seeing the performer, it's X-Pac Heat.

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In short: if fans {{love to hate}} the target, character, or wish to see someone beat him or her, (s)he's a heel. If fans just hate the target, character regardless of their alignment, it's {{the Scrappy}}. If fans hate seeing the performer, it's X-Pac Heat.



** Back again to some extent after his matches in 2016. ''[=SummerSlam=] '14''? Awesome due to the CatharsisFactor of Cena finally getting squashed in a match. Rollins? He was playing a DirtyCoward heel anyway and 2015 had the rematches with 'Taker. 2016 was where the pattern of every Lesnar match since breaking the streak became a problem and he delivered a dull match at Wrestlemania against Dean Ambrose. In the summer, Brock made a one-night return to UFC and failed two drug tests while preparing, confirming what many suspected for years. WWE did nothing to Brock, revealing that part-time wrestlers are exempt from their drug tests, which pissed fans off big time. Then at ''Summerslam '16'', he beat up the returning Randy Orton badly enough that he had a legitimate concussion, several staples in his head and missed his next PPV appearance (to the point that Jericho was ready to ''get into a real fight'' over the Orton fiasco). The overprotective nature of his booking which makes an already seemingly invincible monster look even stronger, plus the repetitive nature of his squash matches has lead to some DarknessInducedAudienceApathy regarding his feuds now, since it's hard to get invested when he's going to walk all over whatever Face they feed to him next. It's reached the point where the returning Wrestling/{{Goldberg}}[[note]]Who despite being massively popular in his time has developed a smark {{Hatedom}} due to HypeBacklash[[/note]] has consistently gotten cheered over him, the sole exception being in Lesnar's home state of Minnesota.[[note]]Goldberg's own case was helped by both nostalgia and the plain emotion he let show on his face on his return to ''Raw'' and that his promo came off as heartfelt and sold the crowd on the match. And the only notable time Lesnar was cheered was at his hometown.[[/note]]

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** Back again to some extent after his matches in 2016. ''[=SummerSlam=] '14''? Awesome due to the CatharsisFactor of Cena finally getting squashed in a match. Rollins? He was playing a DirtyCoward heel anyway and 2015 had the rematches with 'Taker. 2016 was where the pattern of every Lesnar match since breaking the streak became a problem and he delivered a dull match at Wrestlemania against Dean Ambrose. In the summer, Brock made a one-night return to UFC and failed two drug tests while preparing, confirming what many suspected for years. WWE did nothing to punish Brock, revealing that part-time wrestlers are exempt from their drug tests, which pissed fans off big time. time especially since WWE had been handing out suspensions like Halloween candy to other superstars who failed drug tests, including Roman Reigns. Then at ''Summerslam '16'', he beat up the returning Randy Orton badly enough that he was left in a pool of his own blood, had a legitimate concussion, several staples in his head and missed his next PPV appearance (to the point that Jericho was ready to ''get into a real fight'' over the Orton fiasco). The overprotective nature of his booking which makes an already seemingly invincible monster look even stronger, plus the repetitive nature of his squash matches has lead to some DarknessInducedAudienceApathy regarding his feuds now, since it's hard to get invested when he's going to walk all over whatever Face they feed to him next. It's reached the point where the returning Wrestling/{{Goldberg}}[[note]]Who despite being massively popular in his time has developed a smark {{Hatedom}} due to HypeBacklash[[/note]] has consistently gotten cheered over him, the sole exception being in Lesnar's home state of Minnesota.[[note]]Goldberg's own case was helped by both nostalgia and the plain emotion he let show on his face on his return to ''Raw'' and that his promo came off as heartfelt and sold the crowd on the match. And the only notable time Lesnar was cheered was at his hometown.[[/note]]
18th Nov '16 1:45:00 PM FordPrefect
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* The main event of ''TLC 2015'' between Wrestling/RomanReigns and Wrestling/{{Sheamus}} had this because the fans didn't want them to feud (the company's terrible booking made it the most boring feud that could've happened thanks to Sheamus' massive loss of credibility -- fans wanted Wrestling/DeanAmbrose or [[Wrestling/KevinSteen Kevin Owens]] to feud with Reigns instead). The Boston crowd, when not chanting "[[Wrestling/{{WWENXT}} NXT]]", chanted for people not even in the arena, and two of whom might not even wrestle for the company ever again[[note]]One has since been confirmed, since Bryan retired at February 2016 due to constant injuries & risks he will have to take should he wrestle again[[/note]]: Wrestling/CMPunk, [[Wrestling/BryanDanielson Daniel Bryan]], Wrestling/SethRollins, and even ''Wrestling/JohnCena''. Nobody got a pop until ''after'' the match, when Reigns beat the crap out of the widely-reviled Wrestling/TripleH and briefly pulling out of the XPacHeat before he regained it ''quickly'' in 2016.

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* The main event of ''TLC 2015'' between Wrestling/RomanReigns and Wrestling/{{Sheamus}} had this because the fans didn't want them to feud (the company's terrible booking made it the most boring feud that could've happened thanks to Sheamus' massive loss of credibility -- fans wanted Wrestling/DeanAmbrose or [[Wrestling/KevinSteen Kevin Owens]] to feud with Reigns instead). The Boston crowd, when not chanting "[[Wrestling/{{WWENXT}} NXT]]", chanted for people not even in the arena, and two of whom might not even wrestle for the company ever again[[note]]One has since been confirmed, since Bryan retired at February 2016 due to constant injuries & risks he will have to take should he wrestle again[[/note]]: Wrestling/CMPunk, [[Wrestling/BryanDanielson Daniel Bryan]], Wrestling/SethRollins, and even ''Wrestling/JohnCena''. Nobody got a pop until ''after'' the match, when Reigns beat the crap out of the widely-reviled Wrestling/TripleH and briefly pulling pulled out of the XPacHeat before he regained it ''quickly'' in 2016.
18th Nov '16 1:44:48 PM FordPrefect
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* The main event of ''TLC 2015'' between Wrestling/RomanReigns and Wrestling/{{Sheamus}} had this because the fans didn't want them to feud (the company's terrible booking made it the most boring feud that could've happened thanks to Sheamus' massive loss of credibility -- fans wanted Wrestling/DeanAmbrose or [[Wrestling/KevinSteen Kevin Owens]] to feud with Reigns instead). The Boston crowd, when not chanting "[[Wrestling/{{WWENXT}} NXT]]", chanted for people not even in the arena, and two of whom might not even wrestle for the company ever again[[note]]One has since been confirmed to not even wrestle again, since Bryan retired at February 2016 due to constant injuries & risks he will have to take should he wrestled again[[/note]]: Wrestling/CMPunk, [[Wrestling/BryanDanielson Daniel Bryan]], Wrestling/SethRollins, and even ''Wrestling/JohnCena''. Nobody got a pop until ''after'' the match, when Reigns beat the crap out of the widely-reviled Wrestling/TripleH and for a short time, pulling out of the XPacHeat before he regained it ''quickly'' in 2016.

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* The main event of ''TLC 2015'' between Wrestling/RomanReigns and Wrestling/{{Sheamus}} had this because the fans didn't want them to feud (the company's terrible booking made it the most boring feud that could've happened thanks to Sheamus' massive loss of credibility -- fans wanted Wrestling/DeanAmbrose or [[Wrestling/KevinSteen Kevin Owens]] to feud with Reigns instead). The Boston crowd, when not chanting "[[Wrestling/{{WWENXT}} NXT]]", chanted for people not even in the arena, and two of whom might not even wrestle for the company ever again[[note]]One has since been confirmed to not even wrestle again, confirmed, since Bryan retired at February 2016 due to constant injuries & risks he will have to take should he wrestled wrestle again[[/note]]: Wrestling/CMPunk, [[Wrestling/BryanDanielson Daniel Bryan]], Wrestling/SethRollins, and even ''Wrestling/JohnCena''. Nobody got a pop until ''after'' the match, when Reigns beat the crap out of the widely-reviled Wrestling/TripleH and for a short time, briefly pulling out of the XPacHeat before he regained it ''quickly'' in 2016.
16th Nov '16 5:17:27 AM PF
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** Back again to some extent after his matches in 2016. ''Summerslam '14''? Awesome due to the CatharsisFactor of Cena finally getting squashed in a match. Rollins? He was playing a DirtyCoward heel anyway and 2015 had the rematches with 'Taker. 2016 was where the pattern of every Lesnar match since breaking the streak became a problem and he delivered a dull match at Wrestlemania against Dean Ambrose. In the summer, Brock made a one-night return to UFC and failed two drug tests while preparing, confirming what many suspected for years. WWE did nothing to Brock, revealing that part-time wrestlers are exempt from their drug tests, which pissed fans off big time. Then at ''Summerslam '16'', he beat up the returning Randy Orton badly enough that he had a legitimate concussion, several staples in his head and missed his next PPV appearance (to the point that Jericho was ready to ''get into a real fight'' over the Orton fiasco). The overprotective nature of his booking which makes an already seemingly invincible monster look even stronger, plus the repetitive nature of his squash matches has lead to some DarknessInducedAudienceApathy regarding his feuds now, since it's hard to get invested when he's going to walk all over whatever Face they feed to him next. It's reached the point where the returning Wrestling/{{Goldberg}}[[note]]who despite being massively popular in his time has developed a smark {{Hatedom}} due to HypeBacklash[[/note]] has consistently gotten cheered over him (the sole exception being in Brock's home state of Minnesota).[[note]]Goldberg's own case was helped by both nostalgia and the plain emotion he let show on his face on his return to Raw and that his promo came off as heartfelt and sold the crowd on the match. And the only notable time Lesnar was cheered was at his hometown.[[/note]]

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** Back again to some extent after his matches in 2016. ''Summerslam ''[=SummerSlam=] '14''? Awesome due to the CatharsisFactor of Cena finally getting squashed in a match. Rollins? He was playing a DirtyCoward heel anyway and 2015 had the rematches with 'Taker. 2016 was where the pattern of every Lesnar match since breaking the streak became a problem and he delivered a dull match at Wrestlemania against Dean Ambrose. In the summer, Brock made a one-night return to UFC and failed two drug tests while preparing, confirming what many suspected for years. WWE did nothing to Brock, revealing that part-time wrestlers are exempt from their drug tests, which pissed fans off big time. Then at ''Summerslam '16'', he beat up the returning Randy Orton badly enough that he had a legitimate concussion, several staples in his head and missed his next PPV appearance (to the point that Jericho was ready to ''get into a real fight'' over the Orton fiasco). The overprotective nature of his booking which makes an already seemingly invincible monster look even stronger, plus the repetitive nature of his squash matches has lead to some DarknessInducedAudienceApathy regarding his feuds now, since it's hard to get invested when he's going to walk all over whatever Face they feed to him next. It's reached the point where the returning Wrestling/{{Goldberg}}[[note]]who Wrestling/{{Goldberg}}[[note]]Who despite being massively popular in his time has developed a smark {{Hatedom}} due to HypeBacklash[[/note]] has consistently gotten cheered over him (the him, the sole exception being in Brock's Lesnar's home state of Minnesota).Minnesota.[[note]]Goldberg's own case was helped by both nostalgia and the plain emotion he let show on his face on his return to Raw ''Raw'' and that his promo came off as heartfelt and sold the crowd on the match. And the only notable time Lesnar was cheered was at his hometown.[[/note]]
15th Nov '16 10:26:40 PM MetalShadowX
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** Back again to some extent after his matches in 2016. ''Summerslam '14''? Awesome due to the CatharsisFactor of Cena finally getting squashed in a match. Rollins? He was playing a DirtyCoward heel anyway and 2015 had the rematches with 'Taker. 2016 was where the pattern of every Lesnar match since breaking the streak became a problem and he delivered a dull match at Wrestlemania against Dean Ambrose. In the summer, Brock made a one-night return to UFC and failed two drug tests while preparing, confirming what many suspected for years. WWE did nothing to Brock, revealing that part-time wrestlers are exempt from their drug tests, which pissed fans off big time. Then at ''Summerslam '16'', he beat up the returning Randy Orton badly enough that he had a legitimate concussion, several staples in his head and missed his next PPV appearance (to the point that Jericho was ready to ''get into a real fight'' over the Orton fiasco). The overprotective nature of his booking which makes an already seemingly invincible monster look even stronger, plus the repetitive nature of his squash matches has lead to some DarknessInducedAudienceApathy regarding his feuds now, since it's hard to get invested when he's going to walk all over whatever Face they feed to him next. It's reached the point where the returning Wrestling/{{Goldberg}}[[note]]who despite being massively popular in his time has developed a smark {{Hatedom}} due to HypeBacklash[[/note]] has consistently gotten cheered over him (the sole exception being in Brock's home state of Minnesota).[[note]]Goldberg's own case was helped by both nostalgia and the plain emotion he let show on his face on his return to Raw and that his promo came off as heartfelt and sold the crowd on the match.[[/note]]

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** Back again to some extent after his matches in 2016. ''Summerslam '14''? Awesome due to the CatharsisFactor of Cena finally getting squashed in a match. Rollins? He was playing a DirtyCoward heel anyway and 2015 had the rematches with 'Taker. 2016 was where the pattern of every Lesnar match since breaking the streak became a problem and he delivered a dull match at Wrestlemania against Dean Ambrose. In the summer, Brock made a one-night return to UFC and failed two drug tests while preparing, confirming what many suspected for years. WWE did nothing to Brock, revealing that part-time wrestlers are exempt from their drug tests, which pissed fans off big time. Then at ''Summerslam '16'', he beat up the returning Randy Orton badly enough that he had a legitimate concussion, several staples in his head and missed his next PPV appearance (to the point that Jericho was ready to ''get into a real fight'' over the Orton fiasco). The overprotective nature of his booking which makes an already seemingly invincible monster look even stronger, plus the repetitive nature of his squash matches has lead to some DarknessInducedAudienceApathy regarding his feuds now, since it's hard to get invested when he's going to walk all over whatever Face they feed to him next. It's reached the point where the returning Wrestling/{{Goldberg}}[[note]]who despite being massively popular in his time has developed a smark {{Hatedom}} due to HypeBacklash[[/note]] has consistently gotten cheered over him (the sole exception being in Brock's home state of Minnesota).[[note]]Goldberg's own case was helped by both nostalgia and the plain emotion he let show on his face on his return to Raw and that his promo came off as heartfelt and sold the crowd on the match. And the only notable time Lesnar was cheered was at his hometown.[[/note]]
15th Nov '16 9:00:24 PM thecarolinabull01
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** Back again to some extent after his matches in 2016. ''Summerslam '14''? Awesome due to the CatharsisFactor of Cena finally getting squashed in a match. Rollins? He was playing a DirtyCoward heel anyway and 2015 had the rematches with 'Taker. 2016 was where the pattern of every Lesnar match since breaking the streak became a problem and he delivered a dull match at Wrestlemania against Dean Ambrose and then at ''Summerslam '16'', beat up the returning Randy Orton badly enough that he had a legitimate concussion and missed his next PPV appearance (to the point that Jericho was ready to ''get into a real fight'' over the Orton fiasco). The overprotective nature of his booking which makes an already seemingly invincible monster look even stronger, plus the repetitive nature of his squash matches has lead to some DarknessInducedAudienceApathy regarding his feuds now, since it's hard to get invested when he's going to walk all over whatever Face they feed to him next. It's reached the point where the returning Wrestling/{{Goldberg}} has consistently gotten cheered over him.[[note]]Goldberg's own case was helped by the plain emotion he let show on his face on his return to Raw and that his promo came off as heartfelt and sold the crowd on the match.[[/note]]

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** Back again to some extent after his matches in 2016. ''Summerslam '14''? Awesome due to the CatharsisFactor of Cena finally getting squashed in a match. Rollins? He was playing a DirtyCoward heel anyway and 2015 had the rematches with 'Taker. 2016 was where the pattern of every Lesnar match since breaking the streak became a problem and he delivered a dull match at Wrestlemania against Dean Ambrose Ambrose. In the summer, Brock made a one-night return to UFC and then failed two drug tests while preparing, confirming what many suspected for years. WWE did nothing to Brock, revealing that part-time wrestlers are exempt from their drug tests, which pissed fans off big time. Then at ''Summerslam '16'', he beat up the returning Randy Orton badly enough that he had a legitimate concussion concussion, several staples in his head and missed his next PPV appearance (to the point that Jericho was ready to ''get into a real fight'' over the Orton fiasco). The overprotective nature of his booking which makes an already seemingly invincible monster look even stronger, plus the repetitive nature of his squash matches has lead to some DarknessInducedAudienceApathy regarding his feuds now, since it's hard to get invested when he's going to walk all over whatever Face they feed to him next. It's reached the point where the returning Wrestling/{{Goldberg}} Wrestling/{{Goldberg}}[[note]]who despite being massively popular in his time has developed a smark {{Hatedom}} due to HypeBacklash[[/note]] has consistently gotten cheered over him.him (the sole exception being in Brock's home state of Minnesota).[[note]]Goldberg's own case was helped by both nostalgia and the plain emotion he let show on his face on his return to Raw and that his promo came off as heartfelt and sold the crowd on the match.[[/note]]
15th Nov '16 7:11:41 PM Warmachine3974
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** Back again to some extent after his matches in 2016. ''Summerslam '14''? Awesome due to the CatharsisFactor of Cena finally getting squashed in a match. Rollins? He was playing a DirtyCoward heel anyway and 2015 had the rematches with 'Taker. 2016 was where the pattern of every Lesnar match since breaking the streak became a problem and he delivered a dull match at Wrestlemania against Dean Ambrose and then at ''Summerslam '16'', beat up the returning Randy Orton badly enough that he had a legitimate concussion and missed his next PPV appearance (to the point that Jericho was ready to ''get into a real fight'' over the Orton fiasco). The overprotective nature of his booking which makes an already seemingly invincible monster look even stronger, plus the repetitive nature of his squash matches has lead to some DarknessInducedAudienceApathy regarding his feuds now, since it's hard to get invested when he's going to walk all over whatever Face they feed to him next. It's reached the point where the returning Wrestling/{{Goldberg}} has consistently gotten cheered over him.[[note]]Goldberg's own case was helped by the plain emotion he let show on his face on his return to Raw and that his promo came off as heartfelt and sold the crowd on the match.[[/note]]
31st Oct '16 7:17:47 PM PF
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* ''Series/TotalDivas'' seems to cause this for showing the bad sides of every Diva on the show. Main exceptions being [[SassyBlackWoman Naomi]] and recovering alcoholic Rosa Mendes.

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* ''Series/TotalDivas'' seems to cause this for showing the bad sides of every Diva most of the Divas on the show. Main exceptions being [[SassyBlackWoman Naomi]] and recovering alcoholic Rosa Mendes.show:



** Wrestling/{{Paige}} for being a childish EntitledBastard that moves too fast in her romantic relationships (case in point, her recent proposal to Alberto Del Rio, who had just been released by the WWE and ''is still legally married''). She was also overly harsh to newcomers on "Tough Enough".

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** Wrestling/{{Paige}} for being a childish EntitledBastard that moves too fast in her romantic relationships (case in point, her recent proposal to Alberto Del Rio, who had just been released by the WWE and ''is still legally married''). relationships. She was also overly harsh to newcomers on "Tough Enough".Season 6 of ''Tough Enough''.
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