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Should WWE do separate weight classes like UFC does?
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Old 24 Mar 2014, 04:58 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Should WWE do separate weight classes like UFC does?

i don't but some people think it would be a good idea















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Old 24 Mar 2014, 05:02 PM   #2 (permalink)
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If WWE were more intelligently organized like The UFC is, it would make sense. As WWE is presently constructed,, it would be a waste of their time. WWE doesn't have a large enough Roster to make this practical.
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What would be the point? Wrestling is fake so you can have hulk hogan beat Andre the giant
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No. For what it is, I don't think weight classes would be a good idea.
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nope. the reality of the game is:































1. the best workers and entertainers in the fight game are the middle weights (Anderson Silva) Welterweights (crybaby GSP) lightweights (Jose Aldo). nobody cares about Junior 2 Santos, Caine Vasquesz, or any heavyweights.































2. top draw now is Ronda Rousey and Jon Jones who just got exposed and might lose the belt































3. WWE heavyweights are all over the age of 40......so unless somebody does the right thing and put over Cesaro there is no point in making weight classes































4. most over pro wrestler today in WWE is the guy(s) with the beard































5. why doesn't WWE care about the IC or US titles? how is making weight classes going to fix the problem of ONLY focusing on the main event?
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