Does WWE really think that fans want to see Big Johnny in main events? What will it take to stop the madness?
At this point in time clearly the answer is yes, they do. They seem to think he has real heel heat. I tend to disagree. About the only thing that will change their minds right now would be if buyrates and ratings tanked but even then they would probably blame someone else.
What is your initial take on TNA suing WWE?
My first thought was "really????" The way I see it, WWE fired the mole in a timely manner and told TNA about it. Had they hidden the information, I could see TNA's point. I also don't think WWE needed the information as it's not hard for them to find out the contract status of talents. If they want someone at TNA, they go after them. They don't need inside information for that.
Could Chyna be anymore of a mess? Passing out three days in a row is pretty scary. Why do people continue to use her for anything?
I guess she could be more of a mess but I agree, her behavior last week is something that should put people that care about her and those that work with her on notice. She doesn't seem to be in a good place at all right now.
Why does TNA bring in huge women like Karen Jarrett and Brooke Hogan to run the Knockouts division? Don't they realize it makes the wrestlers look bad when they are standing next to an Amazon authority figure?
To TNA, the "story" matters more than the realism. To be fair, Karen Jarrett was great in the role. We will wait and see whether Hogan can measure up to that standard or instead becomes Babbling Brooke. But her hire was certainly about getting publicity.
Do you think it really shows how weak the WWE roster is that without Brock Lesnar around the best that they can do for John Cena is Big Show?
Absolutely and it really makes you wonder how they would have followed up Cena after WrestleMania if Brock Lesnar hadn't come in. Look at Cena's last four opponents. You had a former star in The Rock. You had a former star in Lesnar. You had an almost fifty year old Big Johnny. And now, the ancient Show. If that doesn't send WWE a message about how poor their talent development has been, I have no idea what will.
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