Thought of the Day: WWE Is Rocking Right Now

Really, they are.They have great talent down in NXT, a solid (though confusing) main event storyline, part timers doing what they should be doing, John Cena and Sheamus waiting in the wings, and Punk/Heyman owning the world.  What more can you really ask for?


And cue everyone saying that WWE sucks.


  1. Jay H. says:

    Well Im sure I will get called a mark but I agree. The rolling started at Payback and continues as we hit the final stretch of 2013. At this point last year things were ok but compared to right now its not even close. I have really enjoyed the Main Storyline,Punk/Heyman has been excellent,and everything else has been solid.

    Jay H Reply:

    Why should anyone care about your opinion about when WWE started “rolling again” when you love every show they put on.

    Stupid Jay strikes again.

    Jay H Reply:

    Fuck you

    Y 2 Not Jay Reply:

    Jay H would you please SHUT THE HELL UP!

  2. Killjoy says:

    A midcard.

    But no one gives any love to those.

  3. M.R. says:

    Raw would be cooking if it remained at two hours. The third hour is still too hard to get through every week.

  4. Jay H. says:

    Aww isn’t that cute,as usual you need to resort to your little gimmicks to insult me. Whats the matter? Mommy and Daddy don’t give you enough attention? Go have a fake argument with yourself.

  5. Heyo says:

    Well, this post turned out to be ironic.

    Of course, I’m talking entirely business wise. If you like the current product, I’m not going to say anything bad about it. But in terms of business, they’re in freefall.

    klunderbunker Reply:

    Actually they aren’t when you think about it.

    They’re up over where they were a year ago and those losses were all the gains that they made on the Network. This isn’t even the lowest they’ve been in the last 52 weeks. It’s far from a free fall.

    Heyo Reply:

    I’m basing this on a few articles I’ve read yesterday, like McMahon reported to have lost over $800 million in the past two months and estimates that WWE might lose around $50 million this year if things don’t pick up.

    Heyo Reply:

    Oh, forgot one last detail. That’s McMahon losing $800 million in stock.

    klunderbunker Reply:

    I’d advise you to look at how much they made since the beginning of the year and then check it against how much they lost.

    ted Reply:

    irrelevant losing 800$ cannot be spun as anything but bad. Financially it’s bad. Is it life threatening? Nah.

    Hopefully they can make it back.

    Best of Luck wwe.

    klunderbunker Reply:

    Actually it’s very relevant but I’m not spending the next week explaining why it is to you.