I could agree with that logic more than the latter because well I feel as though in some cases because of the internet it has caused wrestling fans to forget what it means to just be a fan and nothing else. A perfect example of this is the amount of times you hear a fan say that their favorite wrestler should be World Champion or how incompetent the booking team is. Well if we look back to the 1980's or even the middle of the 1990's the WWE especially had a wide variety of something called enhancement talents or talents who's job it was to loss.
Now I know at least one person would say please don't tell me you expect "enhancement matches" to carry the same credibility now as they did 15-20 years ago. Well hate to break it to you, but yeah that is exactly what I am saying and how I feel because enhancement matches work if they are done right. Loveable losers deserve a spot on TV, because they have just as much to do with a successful show as the guy on top. Fact is the idea of a good enhancement or talent is a lost art and it has been for a while. I will say that around the time of the Monday Night Wars at least WWE went away from the idea of enhancement matches on the A show as Raw was more focused on the segments over the matches. However, on the other side of the coin WCW never lost the value of an enhancement taking place every now and again especially if it involved The Giant. Now there are Roles in wrestling other than that of the enhancement talent, but that is where we will start for this series as the next edition will see us taking a look back at two of the top enhancement talents in the history of WWE. I hope you enjoy!!