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Recently, as a cost cutting measure, WWE PPVs began using a variation of the same sets they use on TV, Leaving only Wrestlemania as the only event to have a unique set every year. With SummerSlam now evolving into a four hour event, complete with NXT Takeover, and various panels, do you see WWE putting down money for a special set? Are the days of PPV sets over?
Being in the WWE Hall of Fame is one of the biggest accomplishments a superstar reaches for in their career and some people like myself feel like there is a certain criteria to be selected into the Hall, so my question for you is do you think there is a criteria to be a Hall of Famer and if so what is it? I personally think one has to win the WWE title at least once or twice and have it for 100+ days, have at least 1 secondary title reign and must have won the Royal Rumble, KOTR or Money in the Bank. Take for example Sheamus, He’s a 2x WWE champ (soon to be 3 depending on when he cashes in), 1x WHC champ, 2x US champ, Royal Rumble, KOTR and MITB winner that to me is a solid resume for Hall of Fame induction but I would love to see your opinion on it.
I’ve been questioning this for a while now, should WWE break up the WWE World Heavyweight Title and bring back the World Heavyweight title so they can give it to guys like Bray Wyatt, Rusev, Kevin Owens and Cesaro? You know, they can give it to the Mid Carder-Main Event guys/the guys they don’t feel would be good at holding the WWE title, just so they can win something in their career. Whats your take on this?
Think back a bit and you’ll remember how badly they booked the WHC. At this point they don’t need to bring it back but one thing they certainly have to do is elevate the IC and US Championship. If they do that then there will be no need for the WHC. You also have to remember that you don’t necessarily need a title in a feud, and I think the WWE overlooks that a lot of times. Guys have the talent to elevate themselves without a title and it’s time for the WWE to take notice.
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