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Re: I can't help but think my version of the WWE would be better...
Most of these ideas are good when you actually think about them..
Twitter references every 5 minutes are fucking annoying.
We probably should at this point unify the world titles. It would make for, potentially, a great angle. And perhaps having fewer world titles to focus will enhance the status of the midcard titles.
The commentating has become stale. I would advocate removing Cole and Lawler. Its not that we need another attitude era...but something equally as entertaining is what people are harking for. When JR was on commentary during the AE, he was one of the reasons that helped Austin and the guys around at the time to get as over as they did. His passion was unbridled. Jerry used to be a decent commentator but he comes across as senile and bored nowadays.
And the PPV names, well, they just seemed more badass. There are too many PPV's named after a gimmick match, TLC, HIAC, MITB. Bringing back King of The Ring as a full tournament would be a great move in my opinion.
Only thing I'm not sure about is Cena turning heel. This one will always split people down the middle. So many people hate Cena, but I'm not sure it would would be a great move to turn him heel. If you think about it...many champions have been made through storylines of them attempting to "beat superman". Its a dynamic that still kinda works in my opinion.
But yeah, nice ideas.
Vincent K McMahon:
"Despite the way I would feel personally about someone, if it's the right business thing to do, I'll do it for our audience."
"Giving it to the audience is probably the easiest thing. Finding out what they truly want is probably the most difficult."
"If you stop building stars, which we never do, you wouldn't be in business."
"We love our fans, so there's nothing we wouldn't do for them, and we go directly to them."
"Again, the nice part about it is that we listen to our fans, and they're the ones who really decide who is ready to break through into that top echelon."