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The WWE and Their Misuse of the Swerve

Posted by Kevin Williams On July - 30 - 2009

Lately, before every WWE pay-per-view, the creative team must contemplate the age old question: To swerve, or not to swerve?

Earlier in the year, I wrote an article asking where the element of surprise in pro wrestling had gone. Since then, the WWE has given the fans a variety of "surprises." What the WWE needs to learn, though, is that there are two kinds of surprises: Good surprises and bad ones.

The purpose of the swerve is to shock the audience, but lately this technique has been overused and misused. Champions have been made to look weak, no one is able to hold a championship for more than a month or two, wrestlers have been pushed to the side, and the storylines have been all over the place.
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