A little confused here, Scott. You loved the Boneyard match and gave it a million billion stars or whatever, but hated the Funhouse deal?
I mean, as far as WWE storytelling goes, i found the funhouse pretty impressive. The old Scott Keith enjoyed psychology and storytelling in matches. What gives? Is it all about the moves and dives now?
It seems like most of the negative opinions online are from people who don't appreciate art. This was WWE's doing David Lynch, or The Leftover's on HBO (another show that was misunderstood by rubes). People call Kenny Omega an artist? Cena and Wyatt just changed the business.
The Boneyard match was an actual match. The Funhouse match wasn’t.