Is There a Bright Future In Sight for the WWE?

The One You FearCorrespondent IJanuary 22, 2009

You know, I've been thinking about this a long, long time. I was thinking about the future of WWE.

I was reading some article here on B/R and some comments on the video on youtube. What I found out was that a lot of people liked WWF and 2000-2004 WWE, and I can agree with those people!

If you really think about it...there were great superstars in WWF and WWE. Like Triple H, Shawn Michaels,The Rock, Stone Cold Steve Austin, Jeff and Matt Hardys, and Edge. WWF also had some great Tag Teams like E&C (Edge and Christian) The Hardys, Brothers Of Destruction, and The Rock and Sock Connection.

Some of these superstars that I named are still in WWE, and there were some other young superstars like John Cena, Batista, Randy Orton, CM Punk, Mr.Kennedy, Shelton Benjamin, and John Morrison.

There are also some new superstars that came in 2008 like Jack Swagger, Evan Bourne, Kofi Kingston,Ted DiBiase, and R-Truth.

So my question for you is this... does the WWE have a bright future in front of them? My answer would be "I have no idea" because some old superstars are leaving WWE, but there are young bright superstars that are coming in to the WWE.

So comment this article and tell if you think WWE has a bright future.

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