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Re: Is this the worst ever period in the WWE
The thing i don't understand is, why is Cena still being pushed? As of late he is back in is super cena role again, even though they did screw him hard by making him the first ever to lose a Money In The Bank contract (or a smart idea so he always be reminded even after 20 years that he was the first). They don't seem to realize people want to see wrestlers, not a superstar who does his standard set of moves and leaves again. They are also making him seem the only one doing anything for the Make A Wish Foundation, WWE is in hands with MAWF for 30 years.
The thing is, we are living in bad times, economy world wide is crap, money is harder to come by, also for the WWE, they realized how over they were with kids (just like in the 80's) and changed to PG to get more kids to watch the show so they can sell allot more merchandise, more merchandise sold = more money coming in and they can continue putting on shows (doing tours around the world is not cheap, if they don't sell than more half the tickets available they lose money on it). It's allot like the 80's, early 90's again, cashing in on kids, but the economy is gonna climb on its feet again and the WWE can take more risks. And let's hope they go TV14 again.
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