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Re: PG Rating isn't the problem
There is a deeper problem...the main source is McMahon, writing team, and whoever else is in charge.
They have this extreme PG mindset in which they want to make the product very very PG. We can still have a great PG product in the PG era if they would keep creating quality storylines, characters, and proper booking. It doesn't need to return to the Attitude Era. Just ask the Ruthless Agression era. Just look at the product right before it became PG.
Cena, Batista, and Orton were new talent and got pushed to the top. And next thing we know, they are veterans. There were also other new great stars like Bobby Lashley and CM Punk. WWE just has to sustain the quality that they had in that era but subtract some of the bad stuff for the little kids.
Here are some examples of great PG era feuds: Remember in 2009 when Triple H invaded Randy Orton's house and they brawled? That was intense. Remember in 2010 when Jack Swagger dragged Rey Mysterio's broken leg backstage into the arena? Intense. This just goes to show that WWE doesn't need to make things too PG.
The other problem...is the overuse of Cena. It's time to give him the Jericho treatment and place him in smaller storylines. Put other new guys at the top like they did with Cena, Batista, and Orton back in the day. Just make sure the new guys aren't jokes. They have to be the real deal.
Last edited by SnoopSystem; 06-21-2013 at 01:22 AM.