Nice way to admit you can't come up with a response. Incoherent? None of what I said was delusional or incoherent. You were proven to be a fool, and a fool you are. You decided just to leave my quotes. What a waste of time on your part. What is really sad is you couldn't come up with anything other than what I basically said all over again. Loser.
OK, since you asked here you go:
because WWE exposure is at an all time high. Higher than when it had Austin, Rock, and HHH
This is simply false and there's no way you can logically argue otherwise. You're probably confusing "exposure" with "accessibility".
Prior to NXT what we had was failed attempts at fresh characters, and you can't just rely on "Dark Matches" anymore. They went old school with Dean Ambrose, but those types don't come around very often.
What the hell are you even talking about here? I can't even comprehend your point.
People in Europe may want to watch their favorites who are non WWE once they are in the WWE. To suggest that this wouldn't happen is beyond foolish, it's absurd.
The wrestling that exists in europe is WWE. For 99.999% of the world population wrestling IS WWE. Do you really think that some guy in Ireland who was a fan of Sheamus before WWE will start watching WWE because of him? No, he's most likely already a fan of WWE. The example you gave represents a extremely low number of people and WWE is not a company that's looking for fans one at a time.
The WWE are slowly the culture of what they want their viewers to like. That is the key to success in this business. Just because the WWE is a monopoly doesn't mean it can't be successful.
Having a monopoly is the fantasy of every company owner. If you have a monopoly in a certain business or area then you are, without a shadow of a doubt, extremely successful. I hope english isn't your first language because you write horribly.
The WWE will figure out that in the long term working out a deal with the Cable Titans into getting a channel is something they "must" get done. They are sitting on a gold mine right now, and just haven't realized it yet. The Boom in wrestling won't just include "Superstars", it will include this Network getting it's own Cable TV channel.
Once again, what the fuck are you rambling about? The future is exactly what WWE has done. One of the main reasons why the Network isn't as successful as it should be is that people aren't used to that technology yet. And WWE tried to get the network as a regular TV channel but there wasn't enough interest from cable companies, so they had to settle for the next best thing, the over the top model, which may not be as financially effective (as of right now) but it's certainly a more refined and consumer-friendly product.
Fans can go back, and forth between Raw, Smackdown, Main Event, and the Network. You could essentially recreate the Monday Night Wars. However it wouldn't be two companies going back, and forth. It would be modern day vs past stars, or whatever the WWE would feel like airing on it's Network while Raw was on. Fans going back, and forth from one WWE program to the next is something the WWE is probably dreaming about right as we speak. It's total control on the fan base, and so much more exposure as well. These things take years, and the WWE is learning all over again how to rebuild, and expand at the same time. You needed this, you know it, I know it, God knows it, the bird outside knew it, and your local librarian definitely already knew this.
This part is just so freaking stupid
So you think you could create a new monday night war with re-runs of old stuff vs Raw and Smackdown? Did it ever cross your mind that the old stuff and Raw share 99% of the SAME FUCKING AUDIENCE?