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An Open Letter to WWE Creative: You’re Killing Me, Guys

Posted by Nick Haynes On August - 16 - 2010
Dear WWE Creative Team: OK, guys.  We've been over this before.  There are times where you make some bone-headed decisions.  But I've been quick to say that it's not always your fault.  Sometimes, the decisions you make seem good in foresight, but someone doesn't deliver.  Or maybe a situation plays out differently in your head than it does in reality.  That's all well and good--it's not your fault. But at SummerSlam, your mistakes built up into one stupendous "WTF" moment. Let's work through it together, shall we? The Return of the 'Taker While your decision to bring back what seems like the 37th installment of ...

WWE Bloggers, Calm Down!

Posted by Nick Haynes On December - 1 - 2009
If you read wrestling blogs on the Internet, you're well aware that Triple H is a freeloader who simply married the boss's daughter to make himself champion.  Likewise, you would also know that the Kliq ran roughshod in the '90s over guys with talent, simply because it had the boss's ear. Guys like Hulk Hogan and John Cena do absolutely nothing for the business, but Vince McMahon puts them at the top because they were and are his friends. I can also show you blogs that insist that 9/11 was a government conspiracy, and that the best way of giving birth is in ...

Why Doth Thou Torment Me So? (Or, John Cena Wins At Bragging Rights)

Posted by Nick Haynes On October - 25 - 2009
Pardon me if I'm not up-to-date on the latest storylines.  I'm in my first semester of law school, so it can be a little rough.  (Not to mention, it gives me a nice excuse to avoid watching WWE's excuse for "wrestling" nowadays.)  But when I heard that John Cena might be leaving Raw, something motivated me to tune in and watch.  At first, I thought it might be hope that Raw's product would be re-invigorated by the absence of Cena and the Five Moves of Doom.  Then I was thinking it might be the chance that new and fresh talent might be ...

WWE Writers Need New Outlook, New Strategy

Posted by Nick Haynes On July - 27 - 2009
July 7, 1996, Bash at the Beach. WCW, a company that had great potential. Eric Bischoff had managed to sign and debut Scott Hall and Kevin Nash, who had only weeks earlier been on the WWF's roster as Razor Ramon and Diesel.  There was a  stale story within the company: They had a phenomenal superstar, at least a big-money draw, at the top of the roster, but one that was in serious need of an overhaul. Enter the third member of the invading WWF talent, that being the aforementioned superstar, Hulk Hogan. This revamping of the storylines led to a new direction ...