WWE Is a Business, Not Just Entertainment!
Well, it's been a little while since my last article, but I've been looking at comments about WWE "forgetting" about these so called "great" superstars.
First of all, when I say great, I do not mean the superstars who actually are great like Cena, Triple H, Randy Orton, and the other money makers.
But, I've been reading about how Vince has forgotten about the cruiserweights and how if Vince doesn't like a particular performer, he's out.
So, I'm going to tackle these things in one writing now:
First of all, Vince, Vince, Vince, Vince, actually, Vince isn't the man who makes every single choice in the WWE. For those of you who hate him, you don't know the real Vince McMahon.
Vince is a businessman, he knows how to make money; that's what's gotten him to where he is today. VINCE IS NOT THE PERSON WHO MAKES EVERY SINGLE DECISION!
The WWE consists of many people, including storywriters, and a whole cast of others! Vince doesn't sit behind his desk writing the storylines, he hires writers that do that. Vince must approve it, but that doesn't mean the storyline was his idea!
Like I said, Vince is about making money, if he was trying to piss everyone off, WWE wouldn't be the multi-billion dollar corporate enterprise it is today.
Now on to WWE "forgetting" it's superstars. Not one part of that statement is true. The WWE never forgets about it's superstars.
If the fans are going to the bathroom during a match between Funaki and Umaga, one of them is getting used in a dark match or he's getting fired! Again, this is not Vince's fault.
Just because a few random fans think that Tatanka is exciting to watch, while the rest of the fans are up getting a snack during his match, doesn't mean he shouldn't be released from the company!
Triple H vs. Batista or Funaki vs. Jimmy Wang Yang? You decide.
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