WWE Sucks now?
- July 29th, 2006 @ 02:14 PM
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I think it sucks now that's wh I stopped watching it. Liek the year that HHH, Rock, Austin and everyone were there was good...since 2002 WWE sucked...the year that the 'Hell in the Cell' was on was great...the days when Shane hated his father...ECW vs WWE.. :)
What you guys think?
The story writers just aren't that great. They've lost a lot of talent in the Rock who did good in the ring and entertained greatly. They're relying on the new generation (Batista, Orton, Mysterio, Shelton, Cena, etc.) to develop into memorable characters like the Rock, Stone Cold, HHH, and the Undertaker, the guys who made the show great fun to watch.
I used to watch it with Stone Cold Steve Austin, HHH, Undertaker etc. but now I almost never watch it, it just lost appeal to me.
I don't think it sucks. I agree that a lot of people lost the passion for it because they did lose the big names like Austin and The Rock, and The Undertaker is getting old. But many people still watch it, because it's like a drug you can't stop watching it, and I am addicted to that drug lol.
It has lost its edge but it is still ok. I do miss alot of people and when shawn and Triple H leave I am so going to cry. Undertaker is not there that much ether.
EDIT: I've already deleted a few of your posts, you need to add some depth to them. Stop with this one-liner stuff. Read the thread about single sentence posts in the News section.
If Rock & Austin were still here, I'd be watcing WWE still.
I did not find Stone Cold that great at all. I though he was as boring as Hulk Hogan is today. All he ever did was come down to the ring and beat someone with a few moves and then prance around drinking beer (which he stole from the Sandman when he was in ECW). To me that just screams boring!
In my oppinion, it all went to hell when they divided the roster between Smackdown and Raw. The downward spiral is continuing with their attempt to bring back the past with appearances of "legends," bringing back DX, and reviving ECW.