@SEZ I agree on some points. You don't necessarily have to write to tell a story. Yeah, we write out our own promos and that means we contribute but in the long term grand scheme of things, the writers are the ones who think of that. That is the reason why when we get our PMs from them they tell us to mention certain things in the promos.
I agree with you on the youtube videos mainly because we lose that personal touch with our character. The writers do their best to get the best video possible for our character and the match, but we know it isn't us wrestling and there really isn't a lot they can do about that unless they do the thing mentioned above with the video games, but that is a lot of work for only a few people to do and with how expensive games are today, it is much cheaper to just go with the imagination.
What I suggest is allowing the person who is going to win the match to write out the ending of the match. yeah, I know it kind of dampers the surprise of who wins the match and not everybody wants to write it out and there is also the worry of people who just want to write that they completely dominated the match, but One, in the WWE,TNA, ROH, etc. etc., the superstars who enter the ring already know who is going to win or lose. Two, they don't have to write it out. I wouldn't mind writing it for them. I would just need to know their superstar, who they are going up against, their signatures and finishers, what kind of match it is, and whether they are heel/face/or tweener. And three, have some respect for your fellow e-fedders. If the person you are going up against doesn't write their own promos, isn't involved in the e-fed community, and are considered a jobber then by all means destroy them. but if the opponent does take the time to write their own promos and is a active member of the e-fed community, then show some respect.
Yeah, I know that was long. Wasn't nearly as long as the first one I wrote. Went to post it, it took me awhile to write so I had to log back in, and then boom it goes to just a white screen after it redirects me. I will start coping from now on.