WWE: Are They Finally Listening To Their Fans?

Chris O ConnallCorrespondent IIIMay 11, 2010

LAS VEGAS - AUGUST 24:  World Wrestling Entertainment Inc. Chairman Vince McMahon is introduced during the WWE Monday Night Raw show at the Thomas & Mack Center August 24, 2009 in Las Vegas, Nevada.  (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)
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With recent developments on both Raw and Smackdown and in WWE as a whole, I began to wonder if WWE has in fact begun to secretly listen to its fans complaints, change things for the better and continue as normal without saying anything.

For example, for months, many fans on B/R and other sites have been begging WWE to move Christian to Smackdown and give him a push. One of these things have happened and the other is currently in progress.

Another example- many fans have been criticising WWE for splitting up The Colons last year as we all knew it would lead  nowhere. So what do they do, WWE see sense and have them re-unite.

And lets not forget our plea's to WWE about improving the standard of Monday Night Raw. With the exception of this weeks Raw which allowed some bad habits to creep back into the product, the previous two editions have been of exceptional quality when compared to other editions of Raw in this era of WWE.

We are seeing younger stars being pushed, better quality of matches on tv, more sense in the creative booking and a better product overall.

So, if WWE are listening to their fans, I for one congratulate them on one of the best business decisions they have ever made. Mark this day down in history, it could very well be the day that Vince McMahon swallowed his pride, accepted his mistake and set out to rectify it in the best possible way.

What do you think? Thanks for reading.