Getting harder to hate.
Assuming this is true, it's great news.Originally Posted by Wrestling Observer
Promos and storylines desperately need an overhaul and this would be a great start. It comes across much more real and makes the characters much more relatable knowing they can put their own spin on promos rather than reading straight from a script. And starting from the bottom is the best way to do it and will help the younger guys become much more comfortable on the mic.
Again, assuming this is true.....Give the man the reigns Vince!
Getting harder to hate.
HHH doing well. Can't wait until Punk does a promo now.
Good news. Seems like when Vince is gone, WWE will actually be in a better place.
Thanks too Fresh Prince
This would be great for some, terrible for others.
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Now HHH just needs to up the TV Rating *cough*TV 14*cough*
I sort of agree with this move. I still think there should be some guidelines. I think the more experienced guys could be given free rein but any midcarders should be given some bullet points to hit or something because otherwise it would have the potential to bomb or someone could say something that they really shouldn't say and get into bother.
Too bad Vince is a health freak, and probably won't die for another 30 years.
This is the way all promos should go including speeches by public figures. That's how Dr. Carson does it and he's become a popular figure because of his speeches. He uses bullet points as well.
Hey, remember when everyone said "WWE is fucked when Triple H takes over"?
This will remain in my sig until The Rock gets his WWE World Heavyweight Championship rematch.
I wont be the person to say "I cant wait untill Vince is dead". Ill let someone else say it...
I support no longer scripting promos.
The article still made me groan at HHH at the end of the part Miss quoted, though.
That's all, folks.
Of course, because HHH = IWC *groan*.
Me thinks you can thank the Brad Maddox incident for this one.
Kota Ibushi is all of us.In an interview with Proresu-today.com, Kota Ibushi was asked when he first had the idea to become a pro wrestler.
Ibushi answered that in 5th grade he wanted to be Son-Goku of Dragon Ball, but of course that was impossible. When he then saw pro wrestling for the first time he thought “This is the real Dragon Ball.”
Yes, Benson. Nightwolf hates everything that is serious, and looks down upon us who enjoy things that happen to be serious.
Wait, I just did that generalizing thing didn't I?
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