Yeah a quality over quantity approach would be nice. Too many of the divas are boring, they should keep the ones that are interesting. I also just hate the divas show they run, I know it's reality tv but I always felt it's demeaning and hurts the division too because of that.
I wouldn't exactly call this a big secret, at least the basis that there isn't much difference and the creation of the divide part, I think a good bit of us know this to be true. I didn't watch it yet but just commenting on the original post.
They are still sharing the spotlight on NXT. They need their own show, no men, etc. Lance Storm is right though. I just don't think they'll ever get the push they need on RAW because I'm not sure that many people care, or care more than men's matches. It's ok to have a PPV match, but I think their own weekly show and a PPV match or two would be more than enough to get that division going.
I wish the women's division would just get their own show. Sometime I like their matches, but mostly they aren't very good and the storylines are terrible. I've always felt like the WWE rams the women down our throats and forces us to watch the matches. I don't think WWE has fully committed and that half the time they are just out there as eye candy still, which is why most of the matches annoy me. With their own program you can have different titles and different tiers just like the men. That way you don't have these stupid stables and you can get some REAL feuds going. If they can't support their own program then it isn't meant to be, but I don't know why they couldn't just ditch Main Event or Superstars and put a FULL blown women's show on the network.
Yeah over 12 sucks because if get one of those last spots it's pretty rough. For some reason my league I've been in for years gives more points for QB TDs than a usual standard league so we have an early run of QBs, but this year yeah I think there is only two elite QBs.
Wouldn't be a bad deal if he didn't have massive injury concerns at this point. If he plays, it's worth it, but I don't feel very confident in his ability to stay healthy, he's like Gerald Wallace 2.0.
Hardy. It will be even more evident as CJ's injuries start to pile up this year (he seems to be breaking down) and we are forced to overpay him to stay on this line after this year. Hardy was going to be the replacement while another team overpaid CJ.
I'm kind of over Sting, you realize nowadays he's just not a very good wrestler but it could still be exciting. Dudley's being back in perfect timing for what looks like a decent tag-team division if WWE doesn't screw it up.
I'm been trying to tell people to watch this but people are lazy about subtitles. Les Revenants (the French title I think) was great, and I wouldn't even call it a "zombie" show because it's not about gore and all that. I just like foreign acting and production, it's different and comes across more "real" sometimes, it's almost like the camera work is just different.
I knew that fans of the main show would be bored by the pilot lol. But I'm surprised since the main show is like 80% filler usually. It's supposed to be slower, to show the slow fall of civilization and if look around you can see it. It's obviously the Gov. knows about this and is trying to contain it before mass panic, but they are not doing well. The cops are now running into all this stuff and no one knows what is up. Slowly it's falling apart and probably next episode it does. The reason they didn't call the cops is because they are the parent(s) of a drug abuser and are trying to keep him out of trouble, and it doesn't seem like he's violent so they are just checking stuff out. Some stuff has to happen though to introduce these people into the virus. They just happen to be lucky and have seen things before other people, it will pay off later on and make sense since they should be more prepared (and as to why they are alive probably). It's hard to explain, but a family of a drug abuser gets to be numb to certain things and news that come along. When they all got quiet when the phone rang in the beginning, I've been there before with my brother, they nailed it. The guy got in the car with the drug dealer because obviously they were friends for a while, hence why his mom went there looking for the guy, probably high school friends and whatnot. Not to mention he's still a bit out of it after leaving the hospital and rocking out in old guy clothes lol. I didn't mind their reaction, it was almost shock. Better than falling to the ground and crying like other shows/movies. Honestly, who the heck knows how ANYONE would react to that anyway. But you have to remember previous to that there have been videos on the TV of people NOT dying and also the story from their son, so it wasn't completely news that strange things are going on, it was more of a "yup, something is up here" balancing out the stuff they already knew.
It wasn't bad but I was underwhelmed for a 4 hour hype. Owens/Cesaro was the best, and we need more rematches, and those guys need titles somehow, they are great. Cena vs Rollins was the 2nd best for me, the ending annoyed me because Rollins should have won clean but I'll take it. Surprisingly, I think the tag title match was the 3rd best match for me. I was impressed by the 4-way match and usually "meh" at tag matches, so that was nice. The diva match was the 4th for me. Shaemus and Orton was the worst, and that's sad, but it's because even Orton has a hard time carrying the terrible wrestler known as Shaemus and his 3 moves. He's so bad, I don't get why he has the MITB, he's a mid-carder as best, all day. The IC title was OK, it's hard to have a match with Big Show, I think everyone has to carry him, he's too slow and was never a great wrestler anyway, it's just time to hang it up. I would have much rather had a Miz vs Ryback match (really should be guys like Cesaro/Owens fighting for that title, but whatever). Ambrose/Reigns/Wyatts was solid, but nothing memorable, which was disappointing, there should have been more tables and crazy stuff going on, imo. Ziggler/Rusev, a double count out on a PPV? Stupid. Too much chick nonsense as well. The WWE has went to great lengths to put the divas in respectable territory and then they got these ladies acting so cliche. It was a decent match up to that point though. The Arrow match was good, I was really impressed by him being a celebrity, he didn't look too out of place. I have to give respect and he took some hits and bruises. And then Brock/Taker. Sigh. The match wasn't too bad actually, it was close to being really good, then THAT happened. Undertaker has never been THAT type of wrestler and to change him THIS far into his career is just stupid. I hated it. Either make him win, or lose, but make it fair. He needs to retire, it's just over. Brock needs to be fighting guys like Triple H, Cesaro, Owens, maybe the Rock for a comeback, but not this, it's so overplayed and Undertaker needs to retire just like the Big Show and Kane. But at least we got this gif : https://pbs.twimg.com/tweet_video/CNJAlu5WwAAjnz1.mp4
Well when you have the best QB in the league you don't get too worried. He's the type of QB that makes others better. I'm sure having a legit offensive coaching staff probably helps too, which we don't.