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Indeed. But with TNA becoming more competitive, now is the perfect opportunity for Vince and his creative team to get their butts in gear, review their booking/storyline policy and get back to what attracted most people to WWE in the first place. For me, the competition is a great thing (if Vince actually sits up and takes notice, and thats a big IF) for the viewers, and even for the wrestlers as well. You cant tell me that if you get months of lame ass, ridiculously scripted storyline, a wrestler isnt going to get frustrated or anything like that? What I'D like to see is a return to the whole Monday night wars situation. That would be brilliant.
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WWE is quite crappy at the moment. I blame the booking mainly. The card for Survivor Series did not look one bit interesting to me (apart from maybe the LMS match) so naturally I didn't order it. I probably won't order Armageddon either because SD! PPVs are notorious for being crap. I'll probably just watch the free PPVs from now on and I'll order WrestleMania or some other random PPV that has an especially good card. The last one of these I remember was Vengeance. Not a huge PPV, but it had a solid list of matches.
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I think you'll find that Smackdown PPV's always looked poor on paper but many of them surprised a lot of people, by being better than expected. I also would like WWE to allow wrestlers to do more risky moves and different ones but at the same time they are just looking out for the wrestlers and themselves. If something went wrong with a move who ends up paying in the long run?
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So a company ,akes two really bad PPV's in your opinion and you now say you will never watch another one again? What if the next card looks quite interesting and possibly exciting? Oh wait, you just said you will be watching Armageddon in some form!

 

By saying you will never watch a smackdown PPV again you are saying you believe smackdown will ever produce a good PPV again. On current form that may be true but nobody ever knows, and I'd rather watch and think that wasn't as good as I hoped than miss out altogether and hear how good it was.

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So a company ' date='akes two really bad PPV's in your opinion and you now say you will never watch another one again?[/quote']

I think WWE have gone more than 2 for "really bad PPVs".

 

Most of the recent ones have been average at best, only a few have been really good.

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I agree WWE is not as good as it was, the toruble is there is no incentive for Vince to want to make it better, he makes his money out of it and TNA are not gonna be able to comtete hard with him for years to come, so for now we are stuck in a mire.

 

Vince won't be told he's wrong and since he seems to only look back to when WWE was huge he is only using old matches and feuds and wrestler's to make fortunes change, what he fails to realise (or be told) is today's fans are mostly the fans of the late 80's and early 90's just grown up now, they want something different not old crap re-packaged and the new fans want to see quicker matches rarther then just 300lbs bags of muscle hammering eachother with fists and no athrlect manovers

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TNA is right. as dixie carter said "if you wanna watch wrestling watch us, if you wanna watch 20 minute promos then theres another company that does that very well". as of the last year or 2 im beginning to get sick of wwe mainly because of one "street thug" John Cena.
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wwe raw over use john cena and triple hhh i do like hhh tho

 

Yes, RAW do over-use Cena at the moment, the boos prove that. If he wasn't shoved down our throats so hard I'm sure he'd be over the way he used to be, but people are now having their doubts. HHH isn't being over-used at the moment. He's being used perfectly. It's not like he's main eventing every show and cutting 20 minute promos every week like he used to.

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I honestly don't think you can.

 

I've not seen any online stores that sell R2 TNA DVDs.

 

Why not just get a multi-region DVD player (most are in the UK), it'll give you more options in the future - or if you have a PS2/Xbox, you can run different region DVDs on them. :)

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I honestly don't think you can.

 

I've not seen any online stores that sell R2 TNA DVDs.

 

Why not just get a multi-region DVD player (most are in the UK), it'll give you more options in the future - or if you have a PS2/Xbox, you can run different region DVDs on them. :)

 

Thanks for that, although I hate spending money...:P

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