WWE – is It Losing Spark?
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World Wrestling Entertainment (also known as WWE) is a professional wrestling organization that has fans all over the world. Even though WWE matches are all scripted, people tune in and watch their shows. As a WWE fan for nearly a decade, I can say WWE is losing spark lately.
Here are a few problems I see with today’s WWE:
1) Their primary audience looks to be mainly little kids, which I think is ridiculous. You do not see brutal matches and edgy storylines anymore; compared to WWE from 10 years ago, this WWE is a joke. Little kids have other shows to watch, WWE does not need to be turned in a kid show. When I see Brock Lesnar’s current titantron, I feel horrible as a veteran WWE fan. A monster like Brock Lesnar does not fit in today’s childish WWE.
2) Storylines have become very random in my opinion. There are probably not many great storylines that people will remember after 10-20 years.
3) Lack of serious main event superstars is another issue. Seriously speaking, Dolph Ziggler, Sheamus and The Miz should never have been world champions. WWE is making a mistake that WCW did before it went down; the mistake was to make ordinary wrestlers world champions. I think world titles lost their values when WWE started to give titles to random ordinary wrestlers. I feel, three wrestlers deserve to be pushed heavily – CM Punk, Jack Swagger, and Daniel Bryan.
In conclusion, I feel WWE is still good but not as good as it once was. It was great 5-10 years ago, now it is just a shadow of what it once was. I hope WWE will turn things around and will produce some great storylines.