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Old 26 Feb 2014, 01:10 AM   #1 (permalink)
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This is very controversial. The reason it's very controversial, it's because the WWE is loosing sponsors, the reason they're loosing sponsors, it's because they're loosing fans for good. The more fans the WWE is loosing, the more sponsors their loosing. Because the sponsors finally realized that the WWE is loosing fans and they don't want to waste their money on a company that's loosing fans. You rarely see any advertisements about the WWE because you only see it once a month. I know why the WWE went PG in the 1st place because of Linda's campaign run, and she lost twice spending over $100,000! Which was the dumbest and the absolute worst business decision ever. What was the WWE thinking? Plus pro wrestling shouldn't be for kids in the 1st place.
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Old 26 Feb 2014, 01:36 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Right. A Billion Dollar World Wide Trading Company is going under because some IWC Tapeworms don't understand the big picture.































1. Bra & Pantie Matches: Because 95% of the 'Divas' in those matches couldn't Wrestle worth a damn, we had people like Torrie Wilson and Stacy Keibler in those match types. Besides WWE Has Groups knocking down their doors telling them Women should only be managers, you think the Bra & Pantie matches where really helping their case?































2. Blood does not a Professional Wrestling match make, look at JCW and CZW for example. Besides we've grown up and realized health concerns behind all that, as Jim Ross said if you can't see why they don't have blood anymore you have to be blind to the world.















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Did you know during the Attitude Era Big Boss Man was facing somebody, got busted open during the match and right when his heart pulsed he turned his head towards the commentary desk and the blood blasted from the cut spraying Jim Ross's Glasses. Think about that for a moment?































3. Chairshots: We've also grown up and realized the effects these can have long term.































4. Cussing & Adult Themes: WWE also has groups knocking on their doors still for some of the stuff that went down during the attitude Era, you think more will help them whatsoever?































Before The Attitude Era, Professional Wrestling was PG.
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Old 26 Feb 2014, 01:50 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Your inability to differentiate the words loosing and LOSING bothers me so bad that I cant take anything you just said seriously
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Old 26 Feb 2014, 01:55 AM   #4 (permalink)
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The wwe will never go bankrupt.
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Old 26 Feb 2014, 01:58 AM   #5 (permalink)
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I haven't seen so much losing since the Dallas Cowboys did it for the past decade!















Pee Wee Herman word of the day! "Loosing"































Don't be so stressed man, loosen up a little bit. You make it seem like WWE fans are on the loose. You make a loose sentence wrong!
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Dave Hytmen, aka mr. Internet tough guy has copied and pasted that answer from a website. Multiple times. I guess he doesn't know that we got our highest ratings during the attitude era. I swear there's something wrong with that dude, he needs mental help lolz
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There really are only a few things that could realistically put WWE out of business:































1> A class action lawsuit; generations of wrestlers whose lives were shortened.















2> Full employee status for WWE talent; the added cost would make the WWE unprofitable in the short term.















3> If the talent unionised, or joined the SAG; talent would gain financial compensation from the WWE Network showing their likeness, they would gain health benefits, and time off.
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