I get that John Cena is WWE's top guy right now and the company would perhaps suffer without him on RAW for awhile. That's why this whole "free or fired" angle they ran with him and Nexus never should have happened. What was the point? He got fired, then proceeded to show up at every RAW for a month until Wade Barrett rehired him this past Monday. He was allowed to go into the ring whenever he wanted and basically remained a WWE superstar for that month--just without actually wrestling in a match. This angle made Barrett look really stupid. You're supposed to be building him up and WWE actually had been doing a decent job with it, but he now looks as weak as he ever has. His faction started to turn on him and he bent after a lousy MONTH to rehire Cena after he obviously wanted to get rid of him for months before that. I'm assuming WWE wanted to give Cena a bit of an edge with this angle since he had been getting so stale before it. That's why he should have been sent home for awhile, so his character could contemplate life without WWE and what he did wrong along the way. Instead, he just stayed the same ole' happy-go-lucky Cena, partying with the WWE Universe before every RAW. Why not have him go away, then a couple months later--unannounced--just show up and beat the hell out of somebody from Nexus? Now, it's basically the same John Cena with the occasional mean look on his face. I get WWE wants ratings and merch sales. Great. But in their blindness for these things, they're missing out on executing realistic storylines. How could they wrap up this Cena-fired storyline before the very next PPV? It's just dumb. If they wanted Cena available for the next PPV, they never should have run with "Free Or Fired." It was just a lazy way to get Cena out of Nexus. Anybody agree that the Free Or Fired storyline was basically a big waste of time and effort?