Internet Championship? That sounds like a good candidate for my "peoples championship" idea I discussed yesterday which people seemed to like.
7. Bring in an idea of mine, the "peoples championship". 1st week, someone will be voted to become the Peoples Champion from the entire roster. Every single week on Smackdown, he has to defend that against someone else. His opponent each week will be chosen by the universe also. Now as this is a real wrestling promotion, there is no "fixing" of the results, anyone can be picked at any time. Once a person has been picked, if he wins, he becomes Peoples Champion. The cycle repeats. If he loses, he cannot be picked again for 4 weeks, this also applies to the person who loses the Peoples Champion title. If the person successfully holds the title for say 3 months or 6, maybe a year still deciding, the person earns a championship match of his choice for another title.
The internet championship should be defended on PPV pre shows which, coincidentally, air on the internet
This idea is so simple and so obvious, yet so god-damn effective that it ain't even funny... That they aren't utilizing it, that is.
There is legitimately NO drawbacks in making the Internet championship a real title and having it being defended on the pre-show... Throw in some good wrestlers, have some cool "special Internet stuff" around the title, make effective matches and good feuds and boom - suddenly the pre-show is worth watching.
Then again, if they/Vince knew how to book properly and produce a good show they would be doing that already. Too bad that they don't. :/
Originally Posted by Elstro1988
Really, really enjoyed this week's Superstars. Honestly, the fans who are too snobbish to watch it, dismissing it as 'Jobberstars' really miss out.
Originally Posted by -Extra-
This post really makes you too smart for a '12er, doesn't it? Your new join date is 2008.
Isn't this show owned by WWE now? Why would Morrison be in it?
All of Ryder's other buddies make appearances. Mainly it's because Morrison's on good terms with the WWE. If he suddenly appeared in TNA, THEN there'd be a problem. There's a good chance Morrison is a "surprise" Royal Rumble entrant.
All he does is complain about being on Superstars, if he had an ounce of talent then he would have a reason to bitch all day.
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