Originally Posted by Androo
So what if Cena is the posterboy? That doesn't mean squat if he's sidelined with an injury, right? Don't you realize that there are more main eventers out there than Cena? Orton? HHH? Taker? Mysterio? Sheamus? Plus, you failed to see the central point of my example. I wasn't comapring UFC and WWE at all. I was showing you why MAIN
EVENTERS should be the MAIN
FOCAL POINT of the show. It doesn't matter if the weight class is differnt or not. A fight between two people well known throughout the world should have more hype/air time than one with less well known people. It's just common sense. So since you think that my UFC example is bad because it's roots come from real fighting instead of wrestling, which again had nothing to do with my example, how about a WWE one? Take a look at Wrestlemania 26. What should get more hype? A match between two veterans who have stood the test of time in the wrestling world, revolutionized the WWE, captivated wrestling fans of all ages throughout the decades, aspired countless people to become wrestlers themselves compete in a match where one of their careers are on the line or a match 26 man battle royal between lowcarders and midcarders that have failed to make an impact amongst the majority of the fans or have created indifference to their existence as a result of "not being as good as they were two or three years ago"?
In what way does the main focal point and too much airtime go hand in hand or in what way am I contradicting myself? I'll leave the burden of proof to the plantiff.