|Lukewarm promos, lukewarm matches, lukewarm tweets - you can't say Roman Reigns isn't consistent|
|Lana's profile picture seems to suggest that if she beats Brie in a match, she's going to skin Daniel Bryan and wear him|
So far, we don't have any background for the Lana vs. Brie Bella feud - it seems to be that old Booker T standby of 'women just hate each other' rather than anything concrete, with Lana taking every opportunity to interrupt Brie's matches and cost her the win, before stepping in and taking the remaining Bella twin down herself. Brie's current storyline is, we have to suppose from the three minutes we see her about once a week, that her sister, sister's boyfriend and her own husband are out injured, and she's the only one left to fight the Bella corner. But we have no idea what Lana wants. We know she thinks Daniel Bryan looks like a goat, and that Nikki spends her time at home online shopping, but there's no reason for Lana to hate Brie. It's just America vs. Russia for the billionth time, and the women aren't being given enough time to show their emotional connections to the story. Playing it out on Twitter in this case adds insult to injury, because we're not given any new information, just more pointless sniping.
|Kevin Owens: the master of Twitter|
|Unusually for an Irish man, Sheamus doesn't believe in magic|
There are ways to use Twitter to help WWE's wrestling product, and it's a little frustrating that sometimes the first time we hear about an angle is with Tom Phillips in the social media lounge at a pay-per-view event. Feuds that exist almost solely on Twitter before a pay-per-view are not uncommon, and while there's no doubt that for heels such at The New Day and Kevin Owens, social media is a great way to get your character across, it should not be used as an alternative to good storytelling. Twitter should be used as an enhancement to on screen story, not a replacement for it, and unless WWE realize that, they're going to struggle to make certain stories go over with the fans.
So, what's the best tweet you've seen from or between wrestlers recently? Let us know in the comments - especially if it's from Kevin Owens!