Re: Kofi Kingston Sucks
You raise some good points Fab Kangaroo (golly, what a username). The truth of the matter is that this generalised entertainment platform they hope to create is the direction WWE will be taking for years to come unless something radical stops them from doing so. I think that's an awful thing and will likely result in the closest thing that the WWE will ever experience to a near-death or possible fatalistic experience (yes, even surpassing that back in the mid nineties).
As much as what JR says in having to live up to company expectations is true (and I agreed with it), what Walk-In says in Kingston representing what's wrong with the company is perhaps only a half truth. His expectations of the company won't be met due to the direction it's heading (something very few of us want either); away from professional wrestling into a deluge of ADHD-inspired booking and wrestling management, desperate celebrity and mainstream approval, and regurgitated Hollywood pap for the great unwashed and easily amused.