logan wrote:you know i realize that they have alot of talent and they need to be spread out a little bit but i think the worst thing wwe ever did was to split the shows. i lost all interest in watching smackdown,and eventually wrestling as a whole when they split it up. one of the best things was the cliffhanger endings to monday night and then waiting to see what would happen on thursday. some of the best matche's ive efver seen were in that show with the rock and sock connection and many others that stemmed from monday night shows. now it seems like smackdown is kinda the farm system of raw. there are guys there that desreve the time on the prime stage (anngle taker the "new not to be named personality" etc.) i just lost a alot of interest when that happened.
Agreed. Splitting the rosters didn't go over well for me either.
I still watch both, but it's not nearly as entertaining as it used to be. Part of it is simply because they don't have to put on a superior product anymore. The best time in wrestling had WCW bring in Goldberg and produce a great storyline. WCW also had the NWO angle going. Made for great programming. While WCW was doing that, WWE (WWF at the time) had Stone Cold and The Rock emerging as superstars, and also the big Kane/Undertaker fued. Both companies put on great product to watch in order to try to beat the other company. Now it's just a bit boring and I do think it's due to a lack of competition.
Yes doctor, I am sick.
Sick of those who are spineless.
Sick of those who feel self-entitled.
Sick of those who are hypocrites.
Yes doctor, an army is forming.
Yes doctor, there will be a war.
Yes doctor, there will be blood.....