Why SportCenter Should Show WWE Highlight's

Adrian StaehleSenior Analyst IMarch 9, 2009


I wasn't alive when Wrestlemania was being shown on SportsCenter or the highlights, but I think about why ESPN doesn't do it today.

ESPN shows every sport; baseball, football, basketball, Ultimate Fighting, and boxing. And I think they should make an agreement to have not only Wrestlemania, but WWE PPV highlights.

I know what you're thinking: Why in the hell would they do that?

I think that doing it will give some fans that don't watch ESPN the chance to watch it. The WWE does at least 12 PPV, and might have a Saturday Night Main Event. ESPN should show highlights of World or WWE title changes.

What is perfect about it is that a former employee of the WWE could do the highlights...none other than the one, the only: Jonathan Coachman.

I think it would be great for ESPN and WWE to get together to make a deal to do it because it could work.

You might think why in the hell would they do this. Well, think of this: ESPN, after a big event or champions are crowned, will help the WWE sell merchandise, get a percent of it, and make a profit.

A WWE Hall of Famer has done a commerical for ESPN this year, and they could get superstars to do some more, and do some Sunday Conversations, etc.

This could work out in the long run for the WWE and ESPN.

It's only a thought. Some might agree, some might not, and I understand that, but this is what is on my mind.

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