you know who's fault it is that the wwe has such a lack of star power? mixed martial arts. big athletic dudes are going into that cuz even though the pay is shit in the start, it's a legit sport that gets you on espn and if you're successful you eventually make good money. you train for many weeks and then fight wherever an event is held. it's a much more ideal lifestyle than going into pro wrestling, constantly being on the road, and becoming a slave of vince and his shitty ideas. there is definitely a lack of talent to choose from and that's why the stars of the company now are 2 small guys from the indies in daniel bryan and cm punk. you'll never see another era of big guys like stone cold, the rock, triple h, goldberg, and taker all at the same time cuz if guys like that are out there they are going into mma.
That's a very good point. Kurt Angle said he would have gone to UFC/MMA in 1999 if it was as big as it is today.
Vince is getting senile and thought making Raw 3 hours woudl be a good idea. "It'll be 50% longer.. 50% more awesome!".. yeah. The problem is, they needed to fill the extra hour with compelling TV using people who werent getting on TV when Raw was 2 hours. They arent though, theyre just playing more recaps and more social media bullshit.
Vince makes dumb decisions and then gets angry at other people when they're executed. Or he gets mad at someone for not doing something in the exact way he'd have done it (even if it winds up much better). Screw Vince. He's easily the WWE's biggest problem at this point.
Oh and personally, since I've been enjoying RAW recently, he must be delusional.
And its been clear for a while that USA is run as poorly as WWE
WWE is not run poorly, what a massively inaccurate thing to say. They are worth hundreds of millions of dollars, having more long-term success than any wrestling company in history. They have numerous television shows, solid business plans, strong sponsors, make tremendous money from merchandise and licensing, and have an annual show that draws 70,000 into a massive stadium to watch wrestling. If that's poorly run, I'd love to see what brilliantly run is.