It’s a house hold name, it’s an accepted main stream form of family entertainment, and has the power to still generate huge amounts of money anywhere in the world regardless of how entertaining it is perceived.
If the bare minimum over saturated product generates billions, will WWE ever have a reason to change? If the least effort generates comfortable money, then why try at all? Will someone have to die or there be a scandal before anything alters? When? Why? How?
It just hit me why Roman is so unlikable to most, he’s the absolute epitome of toxic masculinity. (The character, not the wrestler)
The only time he shows emotion is if he’s angry or he’s cracking jokes. Never shows sadness and only shows humility when he’s the better man.
Never learns from any of his losses, hasn’t actually grown at all as a character since he went singles. Just expects the title shots due to who he is. No indication as to why he wants to win.
Apart from occasionally catching it on TV, he's not bothered about pro-wrestling.
Does everything still happen without Hogan, perhaps another wrestler becomes a household name instead, or is the wrestling world vastly different now?
else doesn't get much reaction from the fans. Could a show made up mostly of silence really be a good selling point to the people watching on the Network?
Excluding Andre, of all of the monster heels over the years such as Bundy, Kamala, One Man Gang, Killer Khan etc, who was your favorite Monster heel that challenged Hogan in the WWF? Who drew the most money on house
shows among those guys?
Also was the ever a plan to make Bam Bam a heel after his face run to battle Hogan before he wound up leaving in '88?