Renee Young shared a familiar story of Vince yelling at her like crazy over her headset over something minor. We have heard stories like this from other commentators including JR and Mick Foley. Who is Vince to yell at anyone when he himself was terrible
at commentating and the WWE commentary team in general has been awful for years? Isn't this just another sign that Vince has lost his mind and needs to go?
When someone like Zelina Vega, whose record was 6-42 before the tournament, wins the Queen's Crown, does that elevate the wrestler or cheapen the tournament?
to fight in the fake and boring UFC? Well, I think it’s time again that pro wrestlers
branch out again and I have selected some that I think would make UFC fun and
exciting to watch.
Roman Regins-I mean duh. He is the current the Head
of the Table and the reigning Universal Champion! He has the superman punch,
spear and guillotine choke at his disposal! He also beat The Undertaker at Wrestlemania!
Come on! He would go undefeated in every fight with having those credentials.
Kenny Omega- He is the current AEW
Champion and wrestled in New Japan. That is 10 times more real than UFC! He
also has had many 5 star matches! Surely he would dominate UFC with 5 star
Bryan Danielson-He beat Triple H at
Wrestlemania! He retired and came back and picked up right where he left off!
He also has the flying knee. Jorge Masvidal has nothing on this guy!
Chris Jericho-Have you seen his Judas Effect?
Dude could knock out anyone with that move!
Brock Lesnar-He’s the 1st man to beat
The Undertaker at Wrestlemania! I mean surely that makes him a top contender in
What say you Scott?
Oh! I know! AEW is featuring these new guys called American Top Team and I think they'd be pretty good in UFC.
So the fact that WWE put Daniel Bryan on the shelf for an extended period of time due to the fact that he “wasn’t cleared to wrestle”. Then he was back doing all of the same stuff he used to do not only the last few years in WWE but also now in AEW. Was this due to the fact that he just needed time to heal and WWE was doing right by him or was it more they were overly cautious? Did they just say “eff it” and allow him back?
Did they WWE do him a favor to let him heal or was there some underlying reason to not have perhaps the most over guy in years on the bench?
Edge coming back makes me wonder if they just relaxed their standards and what not.
reading how you hyping and loving most of what AEW throughs at the wall and trolling hardcore WWE fans and at the same time seeing how much fun you have reviewing elder/former WWE content and loving it…
What went wrong?
Yes RAW and NXT 2.0 drags the whole WWE experience down, at the same time NXT UK and most of SD and their PPV have some great quality and content. It is great to have a bigger chance of watching what you want to see…Minoru vs. Brian is the best example…and not depending on Vince and his monions to give us what we maybe want to see.
Is it about time to get WWE at that point again before the 83 weeks?
Or can we just enjoy having great wrestling at our fingertips and choose what we want to see?
Do we need WWE as the Main Event?
What made you and a whole of wrestling fans go mad at them?
Is it just Vince or does WWE need to hit rock bottom to get up?
Or has all the all the money the network and its selling to Peacock made them just lazy? I am glad they have that network and some indie, uk and old school content.
Greetings and a good week from Austria…(i am glad our WWE Network is still not affected by Peacock by the way)
Wrestling has a well-documented history of wrestlers overstaying their welcome or tarnishing their legacy – Goldberg being the latest victim to such circumstance.
Hogan’s legacy dive bombed as well (for different reasons), and Ric Flair is a parody of himself at this point.
Who are some that got out and never hurt their legacies?
HBK, Austin, and the Rock come to mind – and CM Punk would be on this list if he hadn’t come back but he’s still performing at a high enough level that he will probably stay on it.
Austin did kind of overstay his welcome though. I think Rock is the perfect example. Also Cena, he got out when he knew that he wasn’t at that level anymore.
base legitimately is a hardcore fan base. So there’s like a ceiling and a built-in ground to that viewership. The WWE is trying to connect with everyone. We’re trying to connect with the mainstream. We’re trying to pull in the casual fan. We’re trying to engage
the new viewer, while also servicing our hardcore fan base and give them compelling stories to fulfill them as well. I don’t know if I’ve said it before, but I’ve said it before, when the audience is probably the biggest character in your show, that’s strange
to me. You’ll hear it all the time, the reviews and the comparisons. I think because they are the new kids on the block, they’re the cool kids in town, I guess, because of how premature and how novel it kind of still is, I think they’re still being babied
by these hardcore wrestling fans.”
far hotter then most of their live television crowds.
a time when they did the most unique markets for television back in the mid-late 90s.