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20140126214535.0_cinema_1050.0WWE can honestly take the Royal Rumble 2014 as a lesson learned. If they truly insist on ignoring their fans and giving us what they think we want instead of what we asked for, then they should brace themselves for the same kind of blow back as they received last year. The 2014 Rumble wasn’t a bad match. It was a decent event ruined by predictability. WWE didn’t bother to hide who the winner was going to be. And the absence of wonder made the entire match feel meaningless. Ironically, it came down to Roman Reigns and Batista with the crowd on Roman’s side. Fans wanted Roman to come out on top because it would have been a far better finish than Batista winning it after barely returning. It was the need for something different and less obvious that put the crowd in Reigns’ corner. And if there was ever…

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