wwecutie wrote:Why I think it happened? If you go around my skool asking why, the response that you wud get is:
"Because of Linda Mchman and John Cena supporting it."
I don't see another reason. Going PG because its good for buisness like Insanity_X said?
I don't see how.
I just see how WWE could lose alot of its audience.
Me and my friends from skool have been told that it was also because of the fact that they wanna make WWE PG bcuz of the kids under the age of 13. That it wud make parents more comfortable with their children watching this sport. But can't be it bcuz I know a whole bunch of ppl who have watched WWE during the Attitude Era wen they were under the age of 13 without their parents complaining about it.
So why all of a sudden change the rating?
Bcuz of wat happened to Chris Beniot? Eddie Gurrero?
K. Hunter Lyon wrote:In Part, the dead of Eddie and Benoit, the candidature of the senate of Linda what lost
And the obsession of vince of the money and his gay relationship with john cena and the kidz...
Well, i exagerated a little, but, cena was the man in 2003, now is the shaming the real wrestling..
Ed Burns wrote:Cena's earned his keep with the company, along with his status. It's common knowledge that he outworks just about every star on the roster. When people say he didn't work for his spot, it was given to him, then maybe they should listen to what his peers say about him. People are quick to blame Cena for supporting the PG Rating, yet it was a Company decision. I highly doubt Vince consulted with any of the talent when the decision was made to go PG. Cena supports it, as does most of the roster because they're under contract. Would you sign a contract to work for a company, bash it's policies, and expect to hold on to your job? I doubt they'd keep you for very long with the money they pay out to talent.
Cena wasn't the man in 2003 either. Kurt Angle, HHH, Taker, and Brock Lesnar all held that honor that year. Cena was just an up and coming star at that point. Even though I'm certainly not a Cena fan, I get sick of how people continually bash him, and say he hasn't earned his keep. It was fashionable to do that 5 years ago. It's a certainty that Cena, worked his ass off, stayed out of trouble, came back from injuries much earlier than he should, did more than what was asked of him by Vince, and continually listened to his peers as to what he should do to get better. His peers have high opinions of him. That tells me he earned it. The WWE's PG, a Billion dollar company, and still going strong.
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