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Cody, of course, was one of WWE’s top prospects for most of his run, doing his family line proud even when WWE gave him a string of ridiculously horrible gimmicks.
Meanwhile, Eden worked her way up from NXT to become a backstage/ring announcer making regular appearances on Raw, while also becoming a large part of WWE’s online presence (including many videos and photos with a certain Stardust lurking in the background).
Unfortunately, Cody grew disenfranchised with his treatment in WWE and asked for his release, with Eden following him out the door shortly thereafter, so their presence has become greatly diminished on the mainstream scene.
3 Anyone who followed Edge’s WWE career knows that his love life was contentious at best, with more than one failed marriage along the way.
But back in the kayfabe days, did heels ever undercut their persona with hokey integrated advertising? But Paige's current heel turn, which is already tenuous, hinges on her status as the nonconformist women's wrestler. What's always been appealing about the champ is that he's not Brock Lesnar. He'll grit out every comeback and surge on a second wind that other competitors can never summon, but at a certain point, he succumbs to human frailty. Yet, somehow, after suffering supersized versions of every signature Ziggler move, culminating with a feral headbutt to set up a convincing Zig-Zag, Cena survives.
Ya know, the kind who eagerly cuts sponsored promos about winning Pay Day's Most Unconventional Diva poll and jests that, "Victory never tasted so sweet" like a compliant shill. And moments later, he uncoils a hasty Fireman's Carry – er, AA – gets the 1-2-3 and retains. No patronizing "good match" handshake that Ziggler swipes aside, following through on the frustrations of his un-angelic eye rake? This lengthy feud has never really been about anything.
5 While Daniel Bryan being forced to retire against his will due to neck and concussion issues was definitely tragic, it’s hard to argue that Bryan didn’t make the most of the time he spent in WWE.
Not only did he end up as a three-time World Champion when all was said and done, but his winning personality attracted the eye of Brie Bella, and the two fell desperately in love with each other.
However, in retirement, it seems as if Edge may have settled down and managed to get someone to stick around, in the form of former Divas Champion Beth Phoenix, who is also basically retired from the wrestling business and seems to spend a lot of time acting as Edge’s social media publicist/camera operator when he does something wacky.
(Hey, like Roman Reigns said, "This is real life," right?
) So instead, we got lumberjacks loitering, Divas dissing and Dolph Ziggler channeling Chase Utley and fighting dirty against John Cena. Those pressing questions answered below, via the five key things (in addition to the usual accompaniment of Twitter-friendly sidebar fodder) I took away from the October 12, 2015 edition of . Pay Day, Oy Vey It was bad enough when the peanut-and-caramel confection assaulted us with horrifying TV spots, but now it's compromising the credibility of WWE superstars. Actually, it most certainly will, 'cause someone's gotta pay the bills.
They’ve been open about their relationship on social media ever since it began, a situation which did lead to some on-screen controversy.
While trapped in a horrible storyline where they were broken up (allegedly in an attempt by Vince Mc Mahon to break them up in real life, because he thought it was unrealistic for them to be together, a rumor that is so clearly insane that we assume it’s entirely true), with Lana managing (and possibly hooking up with) Dolph Ziggler while Rusev turned to Summer Rae, the couple posted pictures on social media to announce their real-life engagement.