I am not at all sure where to post this, so i decided to make a new thread. Please tell me if this belongs elsewhere.
After last nights Raw, it dawned on me that the Triple H storyline could be more centered on his injury( the concussion) than what meets the eye, and part of a bigger storyline. They tried to change pace and give a much more real feel to his injury, trying to blur the line between reality and fiction in a new way. Since then this has occured in different storylines (Dolph, Fandango, Daniel Bryan). At Payback in the WHC title match, they focused on Dolph's injury(stemming from a legit concussion), blurring the line further. Instantly after the match, a promo about the REAL risks and injuries suffered came on, then the payback panel talked more about his injury. On Raw, they stopped the Bryan-Orton match due to Bryan getting injured. The line between reality and fiction was blurred even further here too. Now some report said his injury could be legit, but it also could be part of a further storyline blurring the line between reality and fiction. The use of social media to help further blur the line could have been used here, through reports of the injury being legit. It was used with Henry's retirement swerve, which was brilliant because everybody believed Henry was retiring.
It could be possible that the "Big Summer Angle" is this shift in further blurring the line between reality and fiction. This could be an attempt to change direction and is the beginning of a new cycle. This could all be nonsense of course, but I do believe there is some substance to this idea. Anybody had any vaguely similar thoughts?