A Look Back At The Wrestling Industry In 2010
* They elevated many new names to become something, but it was because they had no choice..
I’ll give WWE credit. For a “Sports-Entertainment” company, they tried many new things. Sure, ratings and buy rates were still going down but they’re slowly getting rid of the old and going in with the new. But of course they had to; Triple H and Shawn Michaels have either left or started working backstage. Undertaker’s all by himself. Kane and Big Show don’t even count since they haven’t even done much this year.
All in all, 2010 was a terrible year for mainstream wrestling. Most things were going downhill while MMA had a big year in 2010. There was nothing revolutionary, explosive, and interesting this year. Instead, they’re choosing to be stay being looked down on by the general public and MMA fans when they’ve could’ve change things around for the better. A lot of fans were losing interest this year as well because of the same old thing month after month. Fans like me were hungry this year for wrestling. WWE and TNA had me starving to death from it, and so because of that, I became a fan of ROH. ROH had a fantastic year in 2010. Sure they’re still the smaller promotion, but they got big plans next year for us WRESTLING fans. Plans that will continue to set ROH and it’s wrestlers into the future as they grow. There you go…
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