Maybe to give team Anti-WWE some more credibility, you somehow work someone like Jericho into the storyline if he's willing to come back? I agree with you though Splat. The way they're talking about currently constructing those teams, Team Anti-WWE doesn't have nearly enough to make it seem as they are a credible challenge.
I actually liked the ending last night. I liked the touch of having someone speak from every group that was out there, such as Chioda for the refs and Lawler basically taking the reigns and speaking for everyone. I thought it worked well and I liked the touch of keeping JR for last. I didn't like how they kept Cena, Punk, Orton, Sheamus, Ryan, Kelly Kelly and Eve in the back because they didn't want them to get booed. Cena gets booed every night he steps foot in an arena. Punk was getting booed during his feud with HHH. Who cares if your top guys are going to take some heat from the crowd by walking out with everyone else. You needed to have the WHOLE roster out there to make it seem as real as possible. Other than keeping them in the back, I enjoyed the final segment. And yes Splat, Cody Rhodes is the man.
I like the psychotic voice he's doing now. But why do some of the fans actually put the bags on their own heads? They're admitting that they're ugly. [LOL] His music is still from when he was "Dashing" Cody Rhodes. They should change it to something eerie.
Speaking of Rhodes, it wasn't that long ago that he beat Mark Henry cleanly. Hard to believe now that they had Henry beat Randy Orton twice. I know Rhodes is a good performer and the Intercontinental champion, but he's even smaller than Orton. Henry sure is getting an enormous push (with a world title to boot).
They actually have changed Rhodes' theme music to make it more eerie. Both his dashing theme and current theme both start the same but the dashing one was in fact a little more upbeat while this one is more eerie and slower, fitting his current character perfectly in my opinion.