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Sam Knight 10-28-2012 02:17 PM

How can WWE recreate and reinvent itself so as to create the next biggest boom?
 
How can WWE recreate and reinvent itself so as to create the next biggest boom in professional wrestling?So as to get 9.2 ratings again.Is it even possible?Don't say that the WWE needs to bring back the attitude era,people have already seen,enjoyed it done with it.
In the 1980's we had Hulk Hogan,the fist and perhaps the biggest superhero in pro wrestling.This was the recreation.
In the late 90's we had Rock/Austin,the two of the biggest stars in a hardcore and iconic era.This was the recreation.
What would be the third recreation?

JobbyJobberson 10-28-2012 02:39 PM

Re: How can WWE recreate and reinvent itself so as to create the next biggest boom?
 
More emphasis on social network awareness, with less emphasis on creative progression and the booking of talent. More weekly programming, more matches, more PPV's. I want to see the same superstars square off each and every week. I want more titles than I can count.

Rewriting history is a good trick too. You can't really move forward if you harp on the past. Unless of course it means bringing back Attitude Era superstars to sell Wrestlemanias. That I'm cool with.

WWCturbo 10-28-2012 02:43 PM

Re: How can WWE recreate and reinvent itself so as to create the next biggest boom?
 
Sexy babes like Stacy Keibler and Mickie James wrestling naked or with very little clothing in the oil. End of PG era :D

Mr Eagles 10-28-2012 03:33 PM

Re: How can WWE recreate and reinvent itself so as to create the next biggest boom?
 
END PG

ROGERTHAT21 10-28-2012 03:35 PM

Re: How can WWE recreate and reinvent itself so as to create the next biggest boom?
 
They're going to need TNA to step it up first. I believe the only thing that will light a fire under WWE's ass to the point that they're putting out such a great product it'll create another boom, is competition. Otherwise they're just going to keep coasting along and successfully making people believe they and they only are wrestling.

Dunk20 10-28-2012 03:39 PM

Re: How can WWE recreate and reinvent itself so as to create the next biggest boom?
 
End PG.

Senor Ding Dong 10-28-2012 03:45 PM

Re: How can WWE recreate and reinvent itself so as to create the next biggest boom?
 
The Attitude Era wasn't a boom simply because it was generally well written with top talent. It was a boom period because it crossed over into the mainstream zeitgeist of the time, which was shock tv and pushing the boundaries of what was acceptable. Russo understood this and it's what he came to Vince with and what created the Attitude Era along with ECW's forerunning. Same thing with the Hogan era, the whole eat your vitamins, be patriotic, wave a flag around nonsense perfectly fit Reagan and 1st Bush's era. It's harder to put a thumb on what the defining characteristic of this current era is beyond economic trouble and economic trouble isn't really something you can build your product around. If anything this era is about UFC not WWE (the less said about boxing and it's slow death the better), so until things start shifting again you could have the best written WWE product ever and it wouldn't get close to the AE. You can see the WWE trying to tap the Zeitgeist with it's heavy social network promotion but that simply won't work, social networks are for discussing things....if you have nothing worthwhile discussing on them, it's not gonna change your popularity. You've never heard someone saying they watch WWE because it's all over twitter.

Of course if you're going to be fighting against UFC then getting rid of PG and skewing more mature would be an obvious way to go about it.

▲E. 10-28-2012 03:46 PM

Re: How can WWE recreate and reinvent itself so as to create the next biggest boom?
 
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roadkill_ 10-28-2012 03:59 PM

Re: How can WWE recreate and reinvent itself so as to create the next biggest boom?
 
Cena alone could do it. Its very simple, turn Cena heel. I, briefly - for a solitary second - found myself rooting for Cena earlier this year. "WE GONNA PAHTY UP IN HERE!".

There are a million ways to turn Cena heel. Knock five shades of shit out of Rock at Wrestlemania with an iron bar, have a planted 'family' in the front row leave in disgust. Have Cena come on next night with Cole hyping an explanation at the end of the show, maybe with his old Thug music. The quarter hour for his explanation promo would annihilate anything in the past ten years. Dress him in black/casually. All this can be done while staying PG. Someone as powerful as Cena can reverberate change across the entire product.

jackbhoy 10-28-2012 04:07 PM

Re: How can WWE recreate and reinvent itself so as to create the next biggest boom?
 
There's a big problem because TNA need to get better to compete with WWE for WWE to feel there competition for them to up there game, but TNA basically killed thereself from being competition with WWE in 2010 when hogan decided to come and ruin everything by paying for old hasbinds no one wants to see, getting rid of six sides and basically killing the x-devision. So now there's a problem where TNA also need a big boom but is obvious that the boom they need is x devision and originality like the six sided ring but hogan can't get it throw his head that TNA need that.


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