Update On ECW's Major Overhaul, MVP Talks To ESPN.com

Update On ECW's Major Overhaul, MVP Talks To ESPN.com

Post by Karolina Dean.....Masked Man of the Wes » Wed, 03 Feb 2010 05:34:33


Update On ECW's Major Overhaul, MVP Talks To ESPN.com
By Michael Bluth
Feb 1, 2010 - 2:40:36 PM

-- ESPN.com features an interview with Raw superstar MVP, who talks at
length about his feud with The Miz. MVP says he's known the Miz since
their days training at the now-defunct Deep South Wrestling and thinks
the two will be headlining WWE shows in the years to come.

-- To update the story that WWE will be overhauling the ECW brand in
the coming months, the latest is that big changes are planned but
won't be made until after WrestleMania. While many ideas have been
tossed around, the most likely scenario is that the ECW letters will
be dropped and the show will be rebranded featuring mostly younger
superstars. SyFy executives have been pushing for WWE to incorporate
themes such as science fiction and conspiracies. (Source:
prowrestling.net)

 
 
 

Update On ECW's Major Overhaul, MVP Talks To ESPN.com

Post by Michae » Wed, 03 Feb 2010 09:42:31


Quote:
> Update On ECW's Major Overhaul, MVP Talks To ESPN.com
> By Michael Bluth
> Feb 1, 2010 - 2:40:36 PM

> -- ESPN.com features an interview with Raw superstar MVP, who talks at
> length about his feud with The Miz. MVP says he's known the Miz since
> their days training at the now-defunct Deep South Wrestling and thinks
> the two will be headlining WWE shows in the years to come.

> -- To update the story that WWE will be overhauling the ECW brand in
> the coming months, the latest is that big changes are planned but
> won't be made until after WrestleMania. While many ideas have been
> tossed around, the most likely scenario is that the ECW letters will
> be dropped and the show will be rebranded featuring mostly younger
> superstars. SyFy executives have been pushing for WWE to incorporate
> themes such as science fiction and conspiracies. (Source:
> prowrestling.net)

BRING BACK THE ZOMBIE, DAMMIT!

Michael

 
 
 

Update On ECW's Major Overhaul, MVP Talks To ESPN.com

Post by Jeff » Wed, 03 Feb 2010 10:42:38

On Feb 1, 2:34?pm, "Karolina Dean.....Masked Man of the West"

Quote:

> Update On ECW's Major Overhaul, MVP Talks To ESPN.com
> By Michael Bluth
> Feb 1, 2010 - 2:40:36 PM

> -- ESPN.com features an interview with Raw superstar MVP, who talks at
> length about his feud with The Miz. MVP says he's known the Miz since
> their days training at the now-defunct Deep South Wrestling and thinks
> the two will be headlining WWE shows in the years to come.

> -- To update the story that WWE will be overhauling the ECW brand in
> the coming months, the latest is that big changes are planned but
> won't be made until after WrestleMania. While many ideas have been
> tossed around, the most likely scenario is that the ECW letters will
> be dropped and the show will be rebranded featuring mostly younger
> superstars. SyFy executives have been pushing for WWE to incorporate
> themes such as science fiction and conspiracies. (Source:
> prowrestling.net)

So you***Christian in the process and take away his "Title"

and***on ECW even more but does that even matter at this point?

I hate wwe, I just wish they'd get their shit together and bring back
the 90/early 00's type of shows.. These guest host/over the top soap
opera stuff isnt fun at all to watch and the characters they build up
suck in the ring and just have the appearance factor. It's a total
joke.

Once UFC finally got rolling years ago I was pretty much over WWE
except for the occasionaly check in and with the Hitman returning I
tuned in but not since.  In fact I skipped that whole episode just
about because it was unwatchable and the next week was absolutely
unwatchable.

I can see being a fan still but how can anyone call what the WWE puts
out acceptable.. TNA isnt better but they arent worse thats for sure