I was taking a shower just now, and having seen the Raw preview commerical on USA, I thought to myself, "This 'turn the lights off' gimmick for Regal could really go somewhere if they would just use their brains." Let's think about last week: -Regal turns the lights out multiple times. -Everyone gets royally pissed because it's taking away from the product. Well, this clearly was a bad move for the WWE, as it brings bad heel heat on Regal and also takes away from the live audience who pays quite a bit to see some wrestling. Not to mention, it's like dead-air time. Wait, it IS dead-air time. The point of watching TV is to be constantly stimulated and entertained. If I wanted to watch a screen that's black, I would just turn off my TV and reduce my electric bill. But tonight, John Cena returns for the first time since Backlash (I think). What a better way for him to return, than for Regal to ask for the lights to go out, only to have the light operations be taken over by a returning John Cena. This very well may put over John Cena the way that WWE had hoped recently, as it would totally put Regal in his "place." This could set up a heel faction with the likes of Regal and JBL, a heel stable that the WWE desperately needs. There are too many individuals of which to keep track. Or, they could do a similar thing replacing Cena with Triple H, which may be the logical choice since he is WWE Champ and slated for a feud with Regal. He could keep the lights on, creating a defiant Stone Cold-esque character to feud with the power heavy Regal. The powerful v. overwhelming underdog angle works 99/100 times. Hopefully, in about 10 minutes, we'll see this angle become rectified.