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Old 27-11-2017, 07:06 PM
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Originally Posted by Kidofwonder View Post
because it's a different product for a different audience. NXT Takeovers is WWE doing an indy show, it's for wrestling fans and it's built around wrestling. the main roster stuff is an entertainment TV show with a wrestling theme. You can't really compare.
this is true; there is a different atmosphere at NXT. But it's the 'entertainment' part they get wrong. Who is entertained? more often than not, it's a very specific sense of humour that screams Vince McMahon. Then ratings are down (that 3rd hour of Raw...) and attendances are down. And he's like: No, it's the kids who are wrong.



And the pushes are past their peak during big storylines. They miss the moment, go on too long (See Breezango's Fashion Files) or are simply badly thought out (Jason Jordan or Shane McMahon as a wrestler). Some of the things they do baffle me.

I have high hopes for the NXT Women's invasion, Sami Zayn/KO turning on Shane if Daniel Bryan gets involved, but have learned not to get too invested because they will F it up somehow.
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