Originally Posted by NonWrestlingLegend
I've been a fan of this company ever since I've laid my eyes on the Hogan vs Bundy match on Saturday's night Main Event.
I've missed football practices, school dances, and other things when I was growing up, to always catch a WWF/WWE show.
I've purchased damn near every game for every system, spent $1000s of dollars on events and pay per views.
It's because, every episode had my attention and starving for more for weeks to come.
And now for some reason, they think that bringing back, old wrestlers, Lesner and etc., is the thing. Very weak.
The tag team division is only focused on 3 teams. VERY VERY weak.
Real wrestling fans can relate to what im about to say.
During the 80s and 90s, there were at least 10 tag teams going for the belts.
There were stables that consisted of tag teams.
WHy not form a story line as such like that.
The company was on the right path, having AW do his thing, but now it seems he is gone.
SO where this is going to leave the tag team division.
No disrespect, I have much love for this company, but TNA got the interest factor at large, hands down.
Create new rivalries. Ryback and Mahal. WTF. Weak ass hell. It should be Ryback vs Tensai.
or. Orton vs Sandow.
Make tag teams that consist of
Ryback and Mason Ryan.
Give the Usos more action with their father as their manager.
Maybe bring an odd pair and combine Wade Barrett and Ted Dibiase together.
The possibilities can go on for a while.
What's up with bringing back the Cruiser-weight Division. It was real good wow factor every show.
And the theme song of Broadus Clay, was once played for Earnest "The Cat" Miller, back when he wrestled. When I found out when i was looking at some old films, I was highly disappointed.
Come on WWE, come better than that or find another squad that will make the shows more interesting.
Here's the thing: You really can't have all these changes with no underlying logic. Little character means fewer avenues to explore, which defeats the purpose. Sadly, much of the WWE roster suffers from this. Right now, at its very core, WWE is a flavour of the month product.