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Time for a change

Rating: 3 votes, 2.00 average.
What if the 2-21-11 is not Sting and turns out to be another dud, will this be the final nail in the casket of Vince running the WWE, because the storylines are getting worst by the show and the potenial is there for some very entertaining stories and matches, but Vince is more concerned with sponsors and money then the fans who are the ones that should matter. We the fans are being taken for granted because there is no competion, TNA is a joke they had potenial but blew when they brought in Hogan and Bischoff. There is more bad then good right now in the WWE they need to change their priorties and make the tag-team division matter like it used to when some of the biggest stars started in tag-teams like Bret Hart,HBK,EDGE,Jeff Hardy and Booker T. It was a way of getting new wrestlers over with the fans and because not all wrestlers are good enough to be single wrestlers their are alot of wrestlers with nothin to do and this would be a way of using them better then they are it would also allow you to change wrestlers personas and be in the tag-team division until a good storyline comes along to push them as singles star. The comedy stuff has to go as well having people like The Great Kahli,The Big Show and Kozlov being comic relief is just insulting their monsters use them that way. Have the announcers be announcers not part of the storyline this Micheal Cole stuff is garbage they should tell the story not be the story. The start of Nexus was great because no one seen it coming but then they blew it, fans want to watch and be surprised from time to time we want to see different stories instead of the same old same old. John Cena has to turn heel to change his character but Vince won't because he is too worried about the kiddies and money then to do the right thing. It is time to change some of the wrestlers characters like Kane their is nothin left for the Kane character give him a new character or let him go else where. Throwing Wade Barrett out of The Nexus only to have him go to smackdown and start The Corre was a waste of time. It is time to change before it gets any worse, if it is not Sting these videos are only going to disappoint your fans we don't want to see videos of people who are we already know we want videos for new characters or new wrestlers in the organization, not wrestlers returning from injury. So in conclusion there has be a major change in the WWe they have to bring in new writers and Vince has to take himself out of running of the shows allow others like Hunter,Stephanie and bring backShane and have him be involved the the runnin the company they really can't be any worse then Vince right now time has past him by.

P.S. deep down in our hearts we all know it is not Sting because that would all wrestling fans happy and that is why we all are trying to find things to make look like it is going to be Sting or find things that make it look like it is not him because we have been disapointed to many times.

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  1. cubco's Avatar
    granted, wrestling is not like it used to be. but i am still highly entertained with what i see, so i dont care
  2. NashVegas24's Avatar
    First of all, I never said the WWE is losing money because people don't like it anymore. Regardless, I am aware of the current economic situation this country is in. I am sure some of the economic downturn plays a part in the house show attendance and the PPV buys. This is what happens when you have an inferior product.

    With the recent Q4 results, I figured this would ignite a little fire within Stamford's finest. We are now on the Road to WM and the product is typically better this time of year.

    So, @therockiswwf maybe your happy with the product right now. I believe they need something new and fresh to make it exciting again to watch week in and week out. Since they don't have any comparable competition like they did in 1997, the only thing left is their financial results and stockholders.
  3. therockiswwf's Avatar
    @NashVegas24- My bad, I misunderstood what you said.
    But you did say they have an inferior product which is causing them to lose money. No matter what there will always be someone who doesn't like the wwe's product, so I don't see how that has a big impact on their sales as its always been there. Streams, bad economy, charging 60 dollars per ppv (I don't buy any but Mania) and wrestling in general not being as popular as it used to is causing them to lose money (although its not like their poor or anything).
  4. NashVegas24's Avatar
    @therockiswwf - Much like everyone on this site, I enjoy everything wrestling. The connection that I see is when you do have a substandard or inferior product, it ultimately will catch up to you through the financials. When it hits the financial spreadsheets, it goes back to the product at hand.

    If your financials are dowm, it means the product isn't or has not worked out as planned.

    The fans are the ultimate boss of the company. With PPVs buys down and other revenue streams down, I would like to think someone in Stamford is sitting there and say, we need to do something different here.

    The train that is the WWE will always be going forward - good, bad or indifferent.

    Like you said, they got plenty of money.
  5. Lowki's Avatar
    NashVegas...WWE made a profit last year...
    Total revenues for the year ended December 31, 2010 were $477.7 million as compared to $475.2 million in the prior year. Operating income was $82.3 million as compared to $77.1 million in the prior year. Net income was $53.5 million, or $0.71 per share, as compared to $50.3 million, or $0.68 per share, in the prior year.
    So this shows that they were down $3million which was due to the increase in operating income (due in part to their expansion into china and other nations which they haven't started receiving income for yet). They actually pulled more in last year than 2009 and are still A LOT richer than they were in the attitude era- the company has expanded tenfold since then. The only panic i see is Ryan Clark the TNA Mark making a mountain out of a mole hill with these financial reports.
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