No End In Sight For The Raw Guest Host Concept

Viggo DrakuvichCorrespondent IMay 3, 2010

UNIVERSAL CITY, CA - MARCH 21:  Actor Wayne Brady arrives at the premiere of Dreamworks Animation's 'How To Train Your Dragon' on March 21, 2010 at Gibson Amphitheatre in Universal City, California.  (Photo by Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images)
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What do Wayne Brady, Flavor Flav, and John Lovitz all have in common?  They will be the guest hosts of Raw.  Brady is scheduled for tonight with Flavor Flav scheduled for May 10, and Lovitz is scheduled for May 24.  I'm sure you are all as excited as I am about this.

Is there an end in sight for the guest hosts on Raw?  It doesn't look like it.  Stephanie McMahon talked about the concept at the annual shareholders meeting saying "We really are what's cool to do in Hollywood right now, which can only help our image and brand building,"

Guest hosting Raw may be the talk of the town in Hollywood, but how do the WWE Universe fans feel about this?  The concept needs to end and soon.  The guest host idea was great, for a little while, but now it has been about a year and there seems to be no end.

It was a sigh of relief not to have a guest host during the annual draft.  Sure, it was highly possible to have one considering there wwas Dennis Miller hosting the Slammy awards. 

I am tired of the dumb skits.  WWE needs to get back to the core and start fixing these little problems that will drive away the fans.  The guest host concept may seem like a fun and "cool" idea to have, but it will turn off the fans and hurt in the long run.

End the guest host concept and bring back a general manager so we can get back to watching wrestling.