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STUPID DIVA DECISIONS, WWE LOSING PG, A MID SOUTH/UWF DOCUMENTARY FROM WWE, BRING BACK THE BRAND EXTENSION AND MORE

By Dave Scherer on 2012-09-02 09:59:00

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Which is worse, Cameron allegedly blowing a 0.20 or her allegedly offering a cop 10 grand to let her go?

Getting wasted enough to blow a 0.20 has to be worst.  She probably would not have made the second choice had she not made the first.  Plus, driving drunk is way worse than attempted bribery in my opinion.

I love our site and have been reading from fan who have been following wrestling for many years (like myself) that the WWE has forgotten them due to their PG programs. I happen to agree with them, so my question is how long will the WWE go with this formula? Until they show a quarterly revenue loss?

That would certainly cause them to make changes.  If that were to happen, they would probably address some things.  But until that times comes, they like working with companies like Mattel and will keep things as they are.  Unfortunately.

When WWE need local guys to job how do they pick them? Do they ask a local promoter?

They either talk to promoters or talent that they know in the area or they give guys from the area tryouts.

I have a question that might be premature - given the fact that WWE recently (finally!) acquired the Mid-South/UWF tape library, what are the chances that we will FINALLY get a top-notch documentary on Mid-South's heritage? Or...(worst-case scenario) do you think the powers-that-be at Titan Towers will nix that idea, due to their history ending over 25 yrs ago? Do you think there are still enough dedicated Mid-South fans (like me!) who will part with their money for a DVD?

I sure hope so.  Given that Jim Ross still works with them I think it's a pretty good bet that we will get a documentary like that sooner rather than later.

Do you think WWE will ever go back to the brand extension? When it first happened, I taught it was a really great time for WWE. I mean you could tune in on a Monday night for RAW and then a Thursday/Friday for Smackdown and see completely different story lines, new up coming stars great tag team/women's/cruiserwieght divisions on each show. I think if done again with 3 or 4 top stars on each show, yes I'm aware WWE only has 2 stars at the moment, with all their up and coming stars, Ziggler, Rhodes, McIntyre, Cesaro, Barrett, Swagger etc, they could have 2 great, completely different shows and make WWE great again. Thoughts?

I don't see it happening any time soon.  They are too devoid of talent to not have cross promotion on the shows.

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