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post #27 of (permalink) Old 11-15-2012, 11:17 PM
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Originally Posted by NDfootball View Post
Story telling. Over the past 2 or 3 months I've been completely turned off by wwe because of this. There isn't a current story that keeps me interested or gives me a reason to watch. So I don't. I DVR and skip most now. I read on here and there seems to be little buzz about anything. Viewership seems to be dropping weekly. I'm not ready to write off the WWE just yet (I guess it's the kid in me). But something needs to change. The goal of any show is to get the audience to be invested in it and to not just simply make a show.. The WWE has failed at this. What can they do? What should they do? I feel like I'm watching the slow death of the WWE...And it's painful to see
I agree things need to change but that's always been the case when things become stale. I can't even get mad at this topic cause its understandable but I don't think wwe is dieing and fans will be replaced

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