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This is hopefully one of many interactive things I hope to do with my followers on Twitter in the future. As this series will go six weeks and every week I will have new question which was answered by a selected group of followers on Twitter. I wont ramble for to long but, I just want to say........
Thank you to all who took the time to answer the questions all of you gave great answers and I look forward to doing a lot more interactive posts in the future. So let's get to question 1 of Polling the Crowd:
Question 1: Is WWE better now then it had been in recent years? If yes what have they been doing better in recent years then in the past?
Kayla: I think WWE is a little better than it has been over the years because they've taken steps (or should have) in terms of safety and the quality is a little better. The storylines still need work but I think they'll get there.
Bill: No. The booking is very subpar, The "even steven" booking is not the way to build talent, or tell a story
Christelle: I remember the attitude era. I loved the time Stone Cold, etc. taker The characters were unique and I hate that this is more focused on children.
Craig: Yes and No, I mean they were really hot in early 2014 from January to about when the Shield broke up, but after that they fell and then recently have been on an inconsistent up and down swing but honestly WWE has been just inconsistent in recent years. But compare now to 2010 and they are far better and that can be attributed to the talents in the ring.
Freedy: WWE is better now than 2010, but that is not saying much. They’ve dropped the ball so many times; they have no real competition to drive them. NXT is fun, the network is fun, the fact that people aren’t paying $50 a month anymore for crap PPV’s (about out of every 4 are crap) and only paying 9.99 makes it more palatable.
YourWrestlingWorld: I think wwe is in a better place because they have new stars and different matches it's not cena vs orton for the 25 Ppv main event.
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