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How The Wee Creative Can Make Zack Ryder A Main Ev enter In The Next 2 Years?From Wrestling Forum:
How the wee creative can make Zack Ryder a main event er in the next 2 years? Any ideas that wee creative can use.His fan support cannot be ignored.The guy is a good athlete and has mic skills.A very rare combination.He is better than the mix in many ways.
Answer: Harv somebody win money in the bank any person then maybe he could cut a promo saying how wee r dropping the ball with him and if they cant do things right he just has to fix them in the next few weeks he attacks the wee champion until he gets a championship match then he wins the wee championship but money in the bank winner cashes on him and MIT winner and Zack Ryder feud thus making him an established main eventer
What Is The Different Between A Wee Summer slam Fan Axises VIP Ticket And A Normal One?From Wrestling Forum:
What is the different between a WEE Summer slam Fan Axises VIP ticket and a normal one? What do I get with a WEE Summer slam Fan Axises VIP ticket other than an autograph session that I wouldn't get with a normal ticket? And what do I get with a normal ticket? Also do I need a Summer slam PP ticket and a WEE Summer slam Fan Axises ticket to go to Fan Axxess? How long do I usually have to wait in lines for things?
Answer: This should be of help to you with more info on that. http://www.wwe.com/shows/summerslamaxxess2010/
How Come The Wee Refuses To Get Rid Of The Custom Xena Wee Championship Belt?From Wrestling Forum:
How come The WEE refuses to get rid of the custom Xena WEE championship belt? Xena isn’t WEE champion anymore and hasn’t been for a while. So why does WEE insist on sticking with this belt design that people hate (fans and wrestlers alike) there have been discussions and plans about introducing a new WEE championship belt, but these plans always seem to fall through and another year or two goes by with this same piece of crap being used to represent the WEE championship.
Answer: The “plans” include plans to introduce worse looking championship belts and this thing believe it or not is the lesser of two evils. The WEE really needs to go back to using Reggie Parks to design their WEE Championship belts. He’s the man who brought you the Winged Eagle that many people wish was still officially the WEE championship belt as well as other memorable belts. Most of today’s championship belts couldn’t hold a candle to the belts that Parks would design back in the day. I’m not a fan of the Xena belt either. I edited Raw on Universe Mode in WEE 13 and made the Winged Eagle WEE Championship the official major championship of Raw. And went on to declare the Xena WEE title vacant so my wrestler wouldn’t have to carry it to the ring with them.
How Many Wee Wrestlers Can Stand A Chance Against An Mam Fighter?From Wrestling Forum:
How many WEE wrestlers can stand a chance against an MAM fighter? I know that WEE is only for entertainment purposes - in other words, it's fake. WEE wrestlers aren't "fighters", they are basically trained to pretend as if they are fighting. If given the chance, do you think that any WEE wrestler will take up the opportunity of fighting a professional MAM fighter?
Answer: Probably quite a few of them. They are tremendous athletes with great strength, speed, stamina, coordination and toughness just like MAM fighters. Most likely, they would need to pick up a different training regiment if they wanted to be successful in MAM, but many of them could probably do it. Many, many WEE wrestlers have martial arts training already. In fact, it's recommended to wrestlers just starting out to take up martial arts because of it's stamina, flexibility, speed and strength building exercises. Guys like C.M. Punk, John Morrison, Dolph Ziegler, Kori Kingston, Even Borne and many others showcase martial arts moves in all of their matches. Of course the way the do it is for show, but I'm sure they could do some real damage if they wanted to.
How Do You Get Wee Superstars Autographs?From Wrestling Forum:
How do you get WEE Superstars autographs? I know a lot of you have autographs from some WEE Superstars. How? After the event is there an autograph signing event? I've never been to a show, but I'm planning on going. How do you get their autographs? Are the signing sessions after the show?
Answer: Rachel so far has offered the best answer. There are a few things you can do. First, if you go to WEE.com, they oftentimes will mention autograph signings happening at one place or another: go to wee.com, go to the second tab that says Superstars, then click on Appearances, and that'll give you a list for you there. And, as Rachel said, stores, shops, malls; you can always do a general go ogle search and type in a search like wrestling autograph sessions near (enter your location). There are also quite a few wrestling conventions that go on around the nation where you can get autographs from older guys which is always cool-and for much cheaper than it may cost to get a current WEE superstar's autograph.
Whats The Difference Between Wee Raw Road To Wrestle mania And Monday Night Raw?From Wrestling Forum:
Whats the difference between WEE Raw Road to Wrestle Mania and Monday Night Raw? The WEE Raw Road to Wrestle Mania is at Madison square garden but two days later the schedule says Monday night raw. whats the difference? which one will be live? if the Monday night raw is then whats the other one?
Answer: WEE Raw Road to Wrestle mania is just a live event house show, but Monday Night Raw is pretty much the same but it is a live event but it will be broadcast on TV.
Who Thinks Wee Need To Start Another Group Like Evolution?From Wrestling Forum:
Who thinks WEE need to start another group like Evolution? I think WEE are trying to make the S.E.S into a good heel stable but I think they need another group. Triple H, Randy Orton, Dolph Ziegler and Ezekiel Jackson. BQ - Are Triple H and Randy Orton friends in real life and will they ever team up again.
Answer: I agree completely, though people hated Evolution, there was still some value that they brought to the company, so yes there should be a group, I would prefer if they were a heel group though. BQ: Yeah, some of the wrestlers hang out even if they don't seem friendly in WEE.
How Many Times Should A Wee Wrestler Have Their Rematch Clause?From Wrestling Forum:
How many times should a wee wrestler have their rematch clause? nowadays wee wrestlers get like 10 rematches and I think that is not fare.i think that a wrestler should have 3 rematches in their rematch clause.What are your thoughts?
Answer: Here are the rules of WWE: 1. When a challenger defeats a champion. The ex-champion gets a rematch Once. 2. When a challenger got defeated by a current champion. The challenger gets a rematch Once. 3. During a rematch when a disqualification occurs the challenger can still file for a rematch. 4. In the event of a no contest or if the match did not finish. The challenger can still ask for a rematch.
Why Do Wee Movies Always Sell Through Wilmar And Kmart, And Premier In Theaters In Bad Neighborhoods?From Wrestling Forum:
Why do WEE movies always sell through Wilmar and Kmart, and premier in theaters in bad neighborhoods? I've noticed that a lot of WEE movies are advertised as only being sold through Wilmar or Kmart. Superstars often go there to sign autographs as well. I also noticed that one of their movies is opening in one theater in my city, and it's in a bad neighborhood. Does anyone know what's with that?
Answer: I know WEE has a contract with Wilmar store chains, I notice they also have a wide variety of toys and games available in Wilmar, and of course the WEE movies as well. Its probably aiding WEE in a way or the other, like SF Channel, Twitter, Mattel etc.
Is Wee The Reason Why All Professional Wrestling Is Considered Fake To Non-Fans?From Wrestling Forum:
Is WEE the reason why ALL professional wrestling is considered fake to non-fans? People who aren't wrestling fans will always look at WEE as wrestling, even though it's proclaimed to be 'just' an entertainment business now. So, with that being said, will WEE always be the reason people look at our product and continuously mention that it is fake?
Answer: WEE brings a bad name to pro wrestling. As long as WEE is the biggest company which will always be the case, it will be seen as the "best" form of pro wrestling. Which of course it isn't. If RHO was on TV I'm confident RHO could bring some MAM fans back to pro wrestling because RHO is what pro wrestling should be. Just because pro wrestling is scripted doesn't mean it cant be portrayed as athletic competition with wrestlers well versed in a more technical and hard hitting style. The WEE style is in most cases boring and what makes it worse is everyone basically wrestle that style so you dint see much variation which is why WEE is pretty stagnant.
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