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The writing staff at World Wrestling Entertainment have a lot of men and women to take care of. Former WWF/WWE writers Vince Russo and Ed Ferrara once said that they always tried to find something for everyone to do during their time in charge. That’s certainly something the current creative regime could take into account, because there are far too many wrestlers floundering.
There’s a lot more product for the current creative squad to fill nowadays, which actually makes the situation even worse. Monday Night Raw is 3 hours long, and Smackdown is 2 hours. In addition to that, there are various shows such as Main Event, Superstars and Pay-Per-Views to work with. That’s a lot of air time that needs fresh talent, but the performers listed here still find themselves pretty directionless.
This article explores 10 wrestlers and gimmicks currently on the WWE roster that simply aren’t working. »
- Jamie Kennedy
The WWE Network has been a great resource for wrestling fans looking forward to checking out older content that they otherwise wouldn’t have been able to see. When WWE Network launched last February the big selling point was that live PPVs were much cheaper thanks to the $9.99 monthly price and also the PPV archive included every WWE PPV. However, there were still things missing like some of the best Raw episodes from WWE’s greatest period, the Attitude Era.
It’s great news today to see that WWE Network has added a “Raw Attitude Era” section. If you have the full on demand library, click on Shows, then In Ring and then you’ll find Raw Attitude Era right there. The update includes every episode of Raw from December 15, 1997 to January 4, 1999. It’s basically a little more than a full year of WWE’s first official year »
- John Canton
2 items from 2015
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