CZW? If done well, perhaps. And if you're not writing it for yourself, why bother? Yes, reviews are nice to read and an indication that someone somewhere is reading it, but do it for yourself first. I kind of ignored this mentality when I created a WWE thread for my first stint back here in years. That was a mistake. I posted WWE because that's what people would read, but I really wanted to do something else. He knows who he is, but something someone said to me kind of scared me off of posting my created fed with created characters because A) No one knows who the fuck these people are and B) Describing 'em is a pain in the ass. However, after I posted my WWE thread, I kind of regretted not going through with what I wanted to do in the first place.
In the end, do what you want because you want to do it.
Hey don't blame me, you'd have only gotten bored after the opening post anyway.
On a completely unrelated note, why does everyone and their mother around here call their thread "a new generation"? According to these people, every year in history was "a new generation". The term is so overused I felt the need to mention it and ask you all, which years really were
the start of a new generation?
My picks are 1996/7
(the rise of Bret Hart, Shawn Michaels, DX, The Rock, Austin etc.) and 2002
(the end of the Attitude Era, the exits of Austin and Rock and the influx of new talent like Brock, Orton, Batista, Haas & Benjamin).
Honestly, after 2002, has there really been a new generation? Orton and Cena are still running wild. You could argue 2004 was a year of CHANGE, but I wouldn't say it was the rise of a new generation.
Anyway, this should be interesting.