Another wrestling post. I was considering what the WWE could do with ECW and the new lackluster Superstars on WGN. Rather than just have four matches of who cares, they could using them as building blocks. Theme them with three categories of wrestlers who need development to be feeders into Smackdown and Raw.
Seeing Chavo Guerrero try to bow-up against Randy Orton last week was sad. Physically he just doesn’t have the stature to pull it off. However, I think Chavo is an exciting wrestler who can work a promo given a decent chance. If there was a league just for those like him, he would shine. Remember Chris Benoit (before 'Roids), Eddie Guerrero (before 'Roids), Perry Saturn, Dean Malenko, Crash Holly, The Hurricane? They made a great weight class of exciting stories and moves. Then with that training some were able to break into the open heavyweight classes.
The big men are a lot of fun but they also need a lot of help in working a ring and promo. Just the like the Junior Heavyweights they could be put into a division to themselves and see who rises. Consider a show where no one smaller than Umaga would be allowed. The Great Khali, Big Show, Kane, Umaga, Batista, Mark Henry, Festus, R-Truth, Ezekiel Jackson, all together every week battling it out.
Recently, the WWE has been throwing out Diva matches like mashed potatoes. A big glob on a two-hour show. 16 Diva tag-team matches (not even enough time for everyone to get in the ring), battle royals, lumberjack matches, and everyone beat up on Santino matches. No one is going to learn from that and no one will stand out. Might as well have the women revert back to being managers and valets. However, if they had their own show, they could develop skills and characters that could enhance Raw or Smackdown. Plus, it would be fun to see a full hour of thought out matches, feuds, and promos.
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