Wwe Really Knows What Us Wrestling Fans Want
Posted 28 July 2005 - 08:09 PM
Three new writers (that know not a thing about wrestling) have been hired to the WWE creative team recently.
One of them, a female brought in from the Nickelodeon channel, asked JBL recently how they made the "fake blood"
continue to look like it was flowing out of his head.
I might have missed seeing wcw dying but damn i got front row this time!
Posted 29 July 2005 - 12:07 AM
The next couple years will sure be interesting for professional wrestling.
Posted 29 July 2005 - 01:59 PM
on the dvd.. they said they were very close to going down.
then again they might have been exagerating to make it all seem more dramatic..
And Noble & Spanky will be fed to Brock, thats the way it has always been in WWE.
but yeah, gonna be some interesting years, and i wont miss smackdown..
Posted 30 July 2005 - 04:41 PM
With Brock about to sign his new deal.. and Noble and Spanky coming back.. it's at least a sign they are willing to try some shit.
I think from now one.. we are going to see a lot of in and out talent. People come in for 6 months.. do their thing.. dry up.. and get a pink slip. Then get asked back in a year or two.
This actually works well for tv and for the audience.. as we get refreshed characters and stories.. or at least that's the way it was back in the territories days.
With the old/new writers.. for al we know it's going to end up like Coronation Street
Posted 31 July 2005 - 07:09 AM
wwe was never bigger when they had ston cold running around wipping everyones ass.
the wwe needs to realize that if they ever want to rise back up to the rung that thay used to occupy in the past, they need to give the fans something that they can relate to. i mean back in the day, who didnt wish they could come to work with or without an invintation and drink beer, flip people off, and kick the bosses ass. it was interesting.
it was american.
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Posted 03 August 2005 - 04:58 AM
it just seams like when they moved over to spike thats when it started going down hill imo.
Posted 03 August 2005 - 05:46 AM
It's was about time for WWF/E to renew their contract with USA Network...Vince wanted more money...USA said no...Spike (then The National Network) offered them a deal, Vince waited for a bidding war...USA didn't bite...WWF/E moved to TNN/Spike and the rest is WrestleCrap. Now it seems to be the opposite.
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