No company will ever truly compete with the WWF. The WWF is the biggest wrestling company in the world, and with its global recognition and superstar roster, no competition will ever stand a chance.
Hi, my name is Eric Bischoff.
It only takes one man, one mind, one powerful Idea to shake up any industry. Now, do not get me wrong, that man is not Eric Bischoff, and I am not sure that it ever was. But what Mr. Bischoff did is legendary.
He flipped the switch of pro wrestling. He went head-to-head with the giant and threw the wrestling rulebook out the window. When it was all said and done, the WWE ultimately won the battle.
But history tends to repeat itself, and eventually someone will come along with a vision that will challenge the rut that WWE is in.
And don't fool yourselves. WWE is in a rut. They are running on automatic pilot, much like they were in the mid-90s. We all tend to forget that before the WWE was dominating the cable ratings with The Rock and Steve Austin, they were drawing numbers that were not too much better than what TNA Wrestling is doing in 2012.
The WWE is more powerful than they have ever been, but they can never be invincible. There will come a day, maybe soon, when a powerful man or woman with a grand idea will challenge the WWE. I will happily welcome the days of ratings wars, roster jumps and overall chaos. Competition brought out the best in the WWF and WCW.
I, for one, cannot wait for a repeat performance