WWE Can’t Control Corporate Cringe and Crown Prince Commands

WWE continues to capitulate to its corporate broadcast partners. KOP explains how it’s very apparent that Vince is no longer in control.

WWE

The Saudi princes and the programming partners have taken WWE to the crux of cannibalizing its legacy.

The WWE draft and the leadership (among its recently appointed executive directors) have not culminated into the turnaround they had hoped for.

Following a cringe-filled Monday night RAW, KOP wrote on Twitter:

“I really hate having to come on and Bash WWE about the downward spiral of their main roster TV product.

But the main reason I have to keep talking about it is because with all of the good wrestling that is out there this major league company the name synonymous with wrestling is holding every other major wrestling promotion down from succeeding more and reaching mainstream viewers and reaching more fans.”

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WWE Weakness Propels a Pro Wrestling Renaissance

WWE Weakness Motivates Major Independents To Make Big Moves. AEW Dark and NWA Power Propel the Major Independents to a Pro Wrestling Renaissance.

WWE Weakness

WWE had a rough week last week with NXT losing the first week of Wednesday Night Wars to AEW Dynamite. An abdominal Hell in a Cell main event and a rough ratings night on RAW only ramp up a revolution against sports entertainment.

KOP weighs all of the moving pieces of the past week. What can WWE do to bring the buzz back to their product?

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Hell in A Cell Collapses to Smackdown Spotlight and Upcoming Draft

Hell in A Cell Collapses with a RAW-tastic card. WWE sacrificed the PPV for the focus on Smackdown, the upcoming draft, and the Wednesday Night Wars.

KOP dissects the developments and the direction of WWE as a result of this week. He also discusses how wrestling’s resurgence to TV comes at a point solely by desperation and a viewer’s escape for a once-popular guilty pleasure.

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