I agree, but it's been largely said that this whole thing is Bray's brainchild thus far. Throwing this out there now might be important to the development of the character. I like that they're acknowledging it on a WWE produced package as "news", it tells us he's not just shooting his own angles. Given where things are at, it's a little too soon to be showing up on Raw or Smackdown cutting promos, and Firefly Funhouse isn't really the time or place for it, so I'm all for him using Twitter to give us an idea of where/what his character is. You could just watch Funhouse and assume this is same old crazy Bray.
Quick 30 second recaps of things? Sure, I'd appreciate more of a Sportscenter feel and less of a TMZ feel, but I don't think it's hurting anything. The 'Total' shows weren't for me, nor is that Miz one, but I don't think this style compares. This is more like "gossip" about something I like, not fake/forced reality crap tv that they're about a decade behind on.
100% agree.Big Red Machine wrote: ↑May 19th, '19, 10:11If Bray Wyatt has taught us anything, it's that nothing that would need to be nuanced has any potential when Vince McMahon is in charge. Bray, to me, is the ultimate flop of taking a character who had so much potential and utterly destroying him by taking one minor aspect of the character's vibe and deciding to make him ALL about that, and nothing else. If Hulk Hogan was coming up through NXT, Vince would look at the muscles, watch one promo, and say "I've got it! We'll make him a vitamin salesman!"
But, just like the Backwoods Cult Leader on NXT, I'm going to enjoy it until it's ruined like I enjoy a birthday party until my drunk brother-in-law shows up.