Re: Should live crowds be removed from the Hall of Fame?
Dude, the Hall of Fame is centered around selling out a event that isn't wrestling. It's purpose is to make money from drawing a big crowd. They set it up by design to sell out a live event and since there is no physical Hall of Fame, why not make money off the concept and hold it in a arena. Whatever way you feel about the crowd, they rarely make the highlights and WWE has edited out the crowd noises in rebroadcasts in the past. The Hall of Famer's get their moment and also get to share a moment in Wrestlemania. It's wrestling the good the bad reactions it doesn't phase them, they understand the business.
I saw it coming a month before Wrestlemania.
Originally Posted by TheGreatBanana
It would actually make Rollins look like a huge star and be the first guy to cash in at Wrestlemania. The only problem is execution. The best cash-in would be to have Rollins cash-in near the end of the match, where Lesnar is about to defeat Reigns, but then Rollins interferes and cashes in his contract which essentially turns the singles match into a triple threat. Rollins then pins Reigns for the win, it gets the title off Lesnar without hurting his monster image and give Reigns someone to feud against for the next few months.
This is how I would cash in.