This week, Sora talks to us about the Old Gods returning, the seas of blood, plagues of locusts, and all the ways in which the world ended. In WWE, however, no one noticed any of this, even when an Elder Being appeared in the ring, surprising even his wife.
Sora gives us another week of magic and wonder, starting with Seth Rollins’ inept summoning skills, and sorting out whether Triple H really exists or not!
Sora gives us another week of storyline kerfuffle – what a week it’s been!
Sora gives us a little round-up of all our kayfabe goings on, including Roman Reigns’ magical eye-colour, whether anyone’s let Big Cass know he’s playing second fiddle to Sasha, and how Randy Orton managed to cross rosters without being hit by a fine.
You know what I’m thankful for each and every Fourth of July? John Cena. He was there two-hundred and forty years ago fighting for our freedom, putting every Brit he came across into the Attitude Adjustment, singlehandedly pinning King George III, guaranteeing our freedom for a thousand years.
First Triple H and now Double R. The rate that wrestlers are disappearing as soon as they lose the title is staggering. Luckily for you, here on Kayfabe Korner we have the theories WWE is scared to admit are true or even valid.
Okay. Strap in your seat belts kids, it’s gonna be a long and winding road.
Where is Triple H (Hunter Hearst Helmsley, for short)?. Why isn’t Stephanie McMahon more concerned over the disappearance of her husband? One could argue that Stephanie is powering through her grief to co run RAW and SmackDown with her brother. One could also argue that she and Shane teamed up and got rid of Hunter for good. One could argue that Triple H is merely running the NXT Developmental roster, but we don’t humor outlandish conspiracy theories like that here on Kayfabe Korner.