Slam! Sports conducted an interview with Batista where he claimed he's less than thrilled with the creative buildup for his match against John Cena. "It's one of those things where, personally I like the long, drawn-out storylines," Batista told Slam Wrestling. "The buildups to big matches where Triple H and I are the perfect example. We had such a buildup for our match. Cena and I being in such a marquee match, I really wish the buildup had been allowed."I think a match like that deserves the fan's emotional investment. It's way too soon. It's just an attraction match and I think it's more valuable than that, I think it's been wasted a little bit. It will still be a hell of a match, I just wish some more emotional investment put into the match. Right now, I feel it's more of an attraction, something that's new and fresh."
Wow, Batista making a good call, What are the chances of that!? Seriously I don't think there is anyone that isn't disappointed with the way their match is being lead up to, there was barely any hype to it when it was announced and the way they've built it up since is pathetic. Two rivals winning the tag titles never gets as good of a reaction as people want it too, face it. This is the kind of match where even if you don't like either one of them that the build up can at least get you behind one of them for the match but they failed to do that and the match is going to be another big draw gone wrong
Think I'll have a wank over these tomorrow.
Credit: Wrestlezone.I completely understand where Batista is coming from with this. This is the type of match that should happen at WM. These two have had history going all the way back to the 2005 royal rumble. Hell they both even Main Evented WM 21. While the match at WM between these two can still happen, I think it would of been better if there first encounter happened there instead of SS. If they somehow do face each other again at WM, I think the way their SS match has been built will defuse the hype it would had if they didn't face each other at SS.
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