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Old 11-30-2013, 02:02 AM   #46 (permalink)
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Default Re: This is the worst WWE has been... BULLSHIT!

This is the worst it's been since I've started back watching in '06.

I usually don't get to the point I've been lately.

What people forget when they mention '09 is there was usually something else going on. While Raw had some variety show silliness going on. ECW had a decent program. And 2009 Smackdown was the last time it was GREAT. Plus the roster was stacked.

Now, the roster is depleted. Not only that, but looks who's been in the main event the last few months:
-Randy Orton; not bad, but not putting on his best work.
-John Cena; not bad, but he's beaten up as hell at this point.
-CM Punk; he's been phoning it it for most of this year and probably is eying his contract expiring.
-Daniel Bryan; eh, whatever...

Still... that's really it.

Then people say we have a great roster, but it's misused. Doesn't change the fact that they aren't making stars.

When Raw is mediocre, there's really no hope in smackdown being any better. It's only so many times you can make a main event tag team match with a bunch of mid carders.

If you really think '08 or '09 was worse, you've lost your mind. The only saving grace right now is "good matches"... they had that too. There were some bad angles, but there were multiple ones going on at a time. Right now, we've got shitty angle stinking up the joint with no alternatives.

I cant think of any great feuds this year. I can think of a few from '08 and '09.
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