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Posted: May 20 2012, 10:25 AM
C is for Cookie!
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Member No.: 33
Joined: Nov 2005
I think that is a little too much WWE wrestling on tv, but we'll see how it goes. With this, I do hope they officially end the different brands and put everyone under the same banner, because they are basically doing that now anyways. I'd also like to seeing the combining of the U.S. and I-C titles into just the I-C title.
This post has been edited by N8 STORM on May 20 2012, 10:28 AM
Posted: May 20 2012, 09:07 PM
Member No.: 2,021
Joined: Apr 2012
I was behind on my wrestiling news and when I saw this i was surprised to see this.
Hope it works out.
Did see this though.
While WWE claims that the switch to three-hours for RAW is permanent, people within the company believe that the show will be back to two-hours before the end of the year – whether the first hour be dropped or moved to the WWE Network as a recap or pre-show going into the 9pm timeslot.
It’s important to note that permanently moving RAW up would dramatically affect any West coast tapings. For example, shows in Los Angeles would have to start at 4:30pm on a work day.
A lot of people in the company have privately expressed dread at the move to three-hours
Posted: Jun 8 2012, 07:57 AM
Member No.: 234
Joined: Jun 2006
It's not like it's a massive change these days or anything, raw regularly runs too 2:15 anyway for a 45 minute addition isn't much providing they actually use the time to do something productive
The priority tho should be sorting out Smackdown which has become little more than a glorified Superstars recently and could be used to actually give the younger guys proper feuds to build them up
The reason WWE is struggling for top level talent atm is because they have got lazy, there is plenty of potential within the roster