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David M. Levin is a former editor of the Star and Enterprise in Marion, South Carolina and Publications Coordinator for the Savannah Morning News. He has spent the past twenty years in the newspaper industry in writing, advertising, marketing and multi-media. He currently lives in Florida as a free-lance writer and is owner of B & T Media Solutions.
Follow me on Twitter at @davidlevin71.
You're a fat f*** aren't you?
Are you the tall guy in the picture?
I clicked on your '5 Questions That Need to Be Answered on RAW' article thinking I was going to read an opinion article previewing tonight's Raw. Instead, the first thing I to hit me was a potential spoiler for the Night of Champions PPV near the top of the article. If you're going to include such information, you really should either include "(Potential Spoiler)" in the article's title, or write "SPOILER ALERT" a couple lines above the referenced news. Many readers, myself included, enjoy watching the shows play out without being spoiled, but we also like to read opinion pieces like the one you wrote, and it's very disappointing thinking we're reading one's opinion, only to be innocently spoiled rather quickly.
I hope you don't take this comment as a bashing, I'm not saying anything negative about your writing or your opinions. I hope you take this suggestion, it would make many people a lot happier. Anyways, that's all I've got to say. Cheers!
Hi mate. Just need you to do me a favor here. When WWE described Jeff Hardy as "one of the most popular WWE Champions in history" in their bio of him on his Alumni page, did they mean he was one of the most popular guys when he WWE Champion, or just one of the most popular guys overall? And what does 'WWE Champions' mean here; a WWE Champion (like John Cena is now) or any Champion in WWE (i.e IC or US or tag-team). Thanks in advance, David!
Am I the only one who feels that the MITB match for the WHC might be the match to see. If you read the comments and see the majority of the people in the match are deserving and overdue for a push, then it makes it interesting. I'm actually surprised because in a way creative is satisfying both the IWC and casual fans. You get your big name and major draws in one, and you have your under dogs, and not as popular picks in the second. IMO I am looking forward to the WHC ladder match just a little bit more than the WWE ladder match. The WHC ladder match is a win, win to me. Just a thought.
HI David, Do you think that the WWE will ever bring titles for 6 man tag matches/ With 3MB , The Shield and Wyatt Family all there?
So you're from SC also? The crowd in Greenville for the Raw right after the NJ Super Crowd really did us justice didn't it
Thanks for the fan add David! Enjoy one back!
Summerslam is in Los Angeles. Money in the Bank is where Punk won the title that was in Chicago.