Simple titles seem to work well and keep the focus on the main idea of the articles. The announcement of both the King of the Ring and Queen of the Ring brought a feeling of new possibilities for a product that has been lacking in recent months. I will leave this right here, because there are words needed:
For years the WWE treated the Women's division like a joke and then the Women's revolution began to take shape. NXT kicked off the change in perception and allowed the fans to start being able to believe in the idea that women could be a star in WWE. Impact Wrestling took the lead on changing the perception of women in wrestling on a national level something that WWE never cared to do. Now it's well hovering around where it had been years ago with nothing getting the respect it deserves. Fact is why giving the division a tournament if you weren't going to treat the tournament with any respect. It's a joke that the matches have lasted for such a short period of time, because why bother with the tournament if you weren't planning of giving the matches any time.
Setting aside those who lost in tournament and just focusing on the tournament in general if those in power can't see the problem then they are more delusional then I thought. Toni Storm was one of the top women in NXT and is one of the reasons Zoey Stark has gotten over to the degree she has within the ranks of the black and gold brand. Zelina Vega was brought back and I'm sure she wasn't brought back with this type of booking being the main focus on the sales pitch. This doesn't revolve around my normal criticism of WWE this focuses on LAZY BOOKING!!
Look back years ago one of the only women still with the company from the previous era is Nattie and she survived. Tamina debuted near the end of "divas" era and was also a manager for the better half of his early days in WWE, but she was in that era as well. Charlotte, Becky, Sasha, Bianca, and Bayley are the only members of the women's division to have broken through. The All Elite problem was a lack of development, but that didn't mean they treated the division as a joke. Britt Baker is one of the top wrestlers today, because she has carried that division on her back and sold more tickets then any women in American wrestling in the last twenty years.
Women's wrestling can sell tickets!! Women's wrestling and treating with the respect it deserves allows for fans to idolize wrestlers that would make them want to strive to become a pro-wrestler. Vince McMahon and Kevin Dunn may look at women's wrestling in the same light as tag team wrestling, but their delusions do not echo the opinion of pro-wrestling. Fox and USA Network want to know a major issue for WWE and why the ratings are slacking it's shortsighted decision making.
The last time someone in wrestling directed something toward a network he chose to shoot from the hip. USA Network has been a major supporter to pro-wrestling for over thirty years dating back to Southwest Championship Wrestling in the 1980's which predates WWE starting on the network. Fox is new to wrestling and hasn't really had a piece of the pie since FSN One hosted TNA's weekly PPV's in 2004.
Sit down and ask WWE about plans, long term plans! ask them why bother debuting a women's tournament to treat it like a joke. Ask them why it matters if Tubi TV carries another wrestling company on the streaming service if WWE/Fox don't have an exclusive contract. Ask them about fresh ideas to correct the current issues and when they explain why a legend returning will fix the problem kick back and explain why that will only put a band aid on it and not fix it.
I could keep going and keep talking, but I've made my point. One last thing, WWE why should we care about who you march out the ring if you don't. You barely give them time on television and you sometimes don't even give them time. Why bother having a division or titles for the division if you clearly don't care about the division. Prove me wrong!!
It seems like we will be seeing Toxic Attraction leader Mandy Rose as the next challenger for Raquel Gonzalez. Gonzalez has been one of the most dominate champions in WWE and continues to prove why she belongs as champion. At some point it will be time for Raquel to make the move to the main roster, and I think allowing Mandy Rose to continue develop in her role would only help her. It would also be interesting seeing Raquel go on the chase for a few months instead of keeping her as champion. Momentum is key in any wrestling promotion and it helps believe that certain stars are the real deal and Many needs that momentum not just for her sake but for the sake of her group and her new role in NXT 2.0.
Recently, I wrote about my thoughts on NXT's hottest up and comer Bron Breaker. It seems as though the future is just as bright as we thought it would be for the fresh faced star. Confusion filled the air when the word came down that Samoa Joe would be vacating the NXT World Title having just won the gold. However, we saw something good come out of the deal Tomasso Ciampa regaining the NXT title again. Breaker is absolutely an interesting choice for Ciampa's first challenger and an fair first test not just for the champion but for the youngster to show how far he still has to come before hitting that level. I have been a fan of Bron Breaker thus far and would love to see what he can do against the current World Champion, but nobody is taking "Goldie" from him this soon. The upcoming Halloween Havoc event needs to reflect the new era of NXT and with promotion of current North American Champion Isaiah Scott we will be seeing a new champion crowned likely in the weeks to come.
In my opinion, WWE has a major issue with splitting up tag team especially within the ranks of the Women's tag team division which doesn't have many to speak of to begin with and now has one less after the draft. It was interesting seeing Shotzi Blackhart on the main roster a few months ago to begin with considering her former partner Ember Moon was still in NXT, but she had found a new partner in Tegan Nox. Now with this years draft in the rear view though we have lost another tag team with Tegan Nox moving to Raw and Shotzi staying on Smackdown. The Women's Tag division has been weak for a while and this just another nail in an already weak division.
Speaking of a weak division the company have also decided to split Mace and T-Bar which is interesting as it'll be interesting to see what the two accomplish alone. However, much like Tegan Nox and Shotzi being split up it's just another sign that WWE doesn't care for the tag team division. Hopefully, though this could lead to both men or at least one of them being renamed as the names are lame even though we are use to the names that doesn't mean they are good. In my opinion, though there isn't enough depth within the division to take away another team from the again already weak division.
Based on recent events though it seems that Angel Garza and Humberto Carrillo are working as a tag team which will cover an open spot. They need to prove themselves as a team though considering they are new at this point, but it would help both men a bunch finally being able to find a spot to show off instead of having to rely on being a singles talent. Not all the moves were bad or questionable though with Gable Stevenson being brought right to the main roster which is intriguing. Seeing Hit Row being brought up as well shows how well the group has been received since they debuted earlier this year.
Recently, NXT went through a rebranding after upper management in WWE decided that they had a problem with the idea of NXT moving off Wednesday leaving the Wednesday night war. Last month, WWE released a number of NXT talent leaving a number of wholes on the roster. However, the amount of wrestlers the company had on the side that hadn't been assigned just yet, but a number of previously unassigned now is getting television time.
One of the stars that have been sticking out since the start of NXT 2.0 has been Bron Breaker who is clearly got someone in management behind him. Breaker has a background in amateur wrestling like his father and uncle winning a state championship and had a short lived career within the NFL signing with the Baltimore Ravens in April 2020 and would be let go in August 2020. Breaker would sign with WWE in early 2021 and would start at the Performance Center, and must've impressed someone to be on television and in line for a push this quickly.
In my opinion, listen to him speak and you can hear from the sound of his voice who exactly he's related to and it is understandable why they don't want people making the connection. Sometimes it's easier to make a new legacy for second generation stars when they don't have the shadow of famous relatives. Breaker seems to be a promising young star with a tremendous amount of potential and someone that WWE wants to strap a rocket to for the future. At 23 years old though, I don't think that WWE needs to rush to put him in the Main Event picture and they especially shouldn't rush him to the main roster. Allow him time to develop and get himself an identity then it would be time to move him forward.
By this time next year we will be talking about when Bron Breaker will be NXT World Champion, but right now I believe his eyes should be on the North American championship instead as WWE should bring him along slowly. WWE is in position where they don't need to rush someone up the card especially someone who may still be inexperienced and some time to gain more experience and seasoning within the squared circle. Bron Breaker will be a star in a couple of years though and headline Wrestlemania as long as they stick with the long term planning and don't rush forward before they should.
One thing that has picked up a lot of steam is that Kevin Owens will be leaving WWE once his contract expires early next year. A number of WWE stars have walked away from the promotion this year and moved to AEW aka greener pastures. In the past Kevin Owens had been in a dream stable with Adam Cole, and the Young Bucks specifically when the faction was in PWG years ago. At first my pan was to come up with an idea that in terms of booking would be something that Owens wouldn't be able to turn down.
However, the reality is that it needs to be more than just an idea that Owens can't say no to that would get him to stick around in WWE. Especially considering how appealing it likely would be for him to move on and give AEW a try. This isn't about coming up with one big idea as much as it is about coming up with a plan for the long term and prove to Kevin Owens that things will be different if he resigns. In a time when WWE needs to try harder then ever to reestablish some semblance of a foundation within the talent roster.
Mainly the reason why it doesn't matter if Kevin Owens is given a solid angle to get his teeth into is because one story doesn't change anything. One story doesn't change anything, because one story can be amazing then where to next. Kevin Owens needs more then one feud to put him in a position to succeed once again. Kevin is one of the most reliable members of the roster and needs to be treated more like a capable member of the roster. Remember every WWE star has a 90 day no compete clause and it's something that WWE should keep in mind and use it to there advantage if needed in the future for anyone including Kevin Owens.
It is clear that WWE has been struggling to compete against AEW and the recent momentum that the other company has been gaining in recent months. Recently both Mick Foley and Booker, T have expressed there opinions about the recent struggles the company has gone through. Foley saying that WWE isn't the place that young talent want to be anymore or strive to be anymore. Apparently, WWE doesn't take kindly to legends they've got under contract openly express negative comments about the promotion. Think about that for a second!! If you are an ambassador of WWE aka under a legends contract then you aren't allowed to openly be critical of the company.
Who knew WWE was now doing there best impression of how society is nowadays... easily offended and are making attempts to try and control what people you have under "contract" say in interviews or on social media then you fit this billed. WWE isn't able to stop legends like Mick Foley or Booker, T or anyone else from speaking the truth on social media or any other avenue they have to express an opinion based on facts. Instead of getting offended by the words these legends are saying why not bring them in and ask for help from them allow them to be helpful. These legends still do care about WWE and would do what they can to help rebuild the reputation and the image of the company they've called home for in some cases decades.
Right now there is no answer to explain away this issue, but all I can say is that Foley is completely right and Booker, T agrees with every word that Mick Foley said was right. Neither of these legends need WWE the company needs them a lot more. I've said this for the better part of the last year that WWE needs to have a week full of meetings to correct the direction of the promotion and plan out a possible direction for the company. Apparently after expressing a factual opinion about something that paints WWE in an unsavory position Mick Foley isn't on the best terms with his long term employer.
As mentioned in the previous article we will be starting the night after Wrestlemania and heading to the end of December. Let's remake 2011 and the only way to do that is starting at square one rebuild Summerslam 2011 from scratch. We will be going show by show with the highlight points from each show being what is included. Bolded names are those who win and show the difference between PPV's and normal weekly programs.
April 4 2011: Michael Cole and Booker, T
Raw begins with The Miz and Alex Riley celebrating his win from last night at Wrestlemania 27 ignoring how the
win happened as it doesn't matter. All that matter is who is the champion now and then Miz asks Riley who that might be...
Riley answers well you are Miz, Miz responds exactly now we move on. This episode will help build toward May 1st, 2011 which will be
Extreme Rules. More of the matches for this show will be a number of rematches from Wrestlemania including CM Punk vs Randy Orton.
WWE Tag Champions Heath Slater & Justin Gabriel come up short against Morrison and R-Truth who are testing the waters of becoming a full
fledged team at this time. CM Punk threatens to force every member of the New Nexus to earn their spot not just on Raw, but in WWE.
Husky Harris challenges Randy Orton to prove himself to CM Punk tonight and Goldust looks to assist David Hart Smith as his tag partner and
mentor of sorts. The main part of Raw though this week is the two ending segments which include CM Punk attacking Randy Orton following Orton
defeating Husky Harris. The other segment is the announcement of John Cena vs The Rock at Wrestlemania 28 with The Miz watching a monitor in the
April 8 2011: Josh Matthews and Matt Striker
Smackdown this week is focused on Edge offically retiring from wrestling and being honored for the night offically vacating the WWE World Title.
This leaves a question of what will happen with the World Title and Teddy Long announces a small tournament to crown a new World Champion at
Extreme Rules in a few weeks. Also Vince McMahon has an announcement for Raw on Monday.
April 11 2011: Michael Cole alone
It is announced that Roddy Piper will become the Interim President of WWE taking over the general managers on a temporary basis. Jerry Lawler
will be on hiatus following his lose to Michael Cole at Wrestlemania. Cena tries to push The Miz into accepting a rematch for Extreme Rules
instead it seems The Miz might have an offer for John Cena which will find out in a week. Truth & Morrison net themselves a victory against
the young Uso's. Goldust continues to try and prepare DH Smith as his new partner. Orton fights another New Nexus member being Mason Ryan which
ends in DQ when other Nexus members interfere. Punk issues a challenge to Orton for Extreme Rules in three weeks.
April 15 2011: Josh Matthews and Matt Striker
A battle royal is held with the final four members of the match being placed in a fatal four way at Extreme Rules to crown the new WWE World
Champion. Christian, Wade Barrett, Cody Rhodes, and Rey Mysterio are the final four moving them into the World Title match at Extreme Rules.
Hawkins and Tyler Reks quickly send away local stars before challenging the World Tag Champions Gabriel and Slater. Del Rio blames Teddy Long
for him being past over for the World Title chance and claims he's the reason Long isn't General Manager anymore. McIntyre appeals to Del Rio
setting up a possible partnership down the road between the two up and coming stars.
April 18 2011: Michael Cole & Byron Saxton
John Cena wants to know what The Miz's offer was and Miz explains that at Extreme Rules John Cena will earn his chance to fight Miz again by
having to defeat Alex Riley. Morrison accepts an open challenge issued by The Miz and actually pins the WWE Champion with a little help from
John Cena who is trying to get in the head of the WWE Champion. Setting up a match between Morrison and Miz for the WWE Championship. Roddy Piper
will have a sit down interview with Jim Ross next week to discuss the reason he chose to accept the offer to become WWE President once again.
Truth also comes up short against Heath Slater leaving a question about the tag title picture. Kofi Kingston wins a triple threat match against
Ted DiBiase and Chris Masters to earn a shot against Sheamus at Extreme Rules. Eve Torres announced to be appearing next week on Raw
April 22 2011: Josh Matthews & Matt Striker
Christian comes up short against Wade Barrett with the numbers game playing a part in the result of the content and Rey Mysterio getting his win
back against Cody continuing their never ending rivalry. McIntyre and Del Rio continue to develop a questionable friendship. Highlights of Tyson
Kidd against Trent Barretta from NXT this past Tuesday one of the underrated highlights of the week. Again Reks and Hawkins challenge the
Tag Team Champions for a match at Extreme Rules.
April 25 2011: Michael Cole and Byron Saxton
Eve Torres gets a victory against Alcia Fox but post match is jumped by Gail Kim who seems to be back with a vengence. Sheamus garners a victory
with Kofi on commentary ahead of their PPV contest. Orton, Santino and Kozlov headline against New Nexus with Orton side winning but Punk jumping
Orton again. Cena over performs against Goldust with respect showed at the end for the veteran almost proving a point to DH Smith who finally
is ready to go into a tag team again. Jim Ross sits down with Roddy Piper who explains that it's not just about bringing order back to WWE, but
also it's about giving back to wrestling in the best way he can.
April 29 2011: Josh Matthews & Matt Striker
Christian & Mysterio vs Barrett and Cody Rhodes ends up getting thrown out when all hell breaks lose at the end of the match causing confusion
and tensions to finally boil over. Kelly Kelly surprises Layala plantting the seeds for more issues with LayCool down the road. McIntyre and Del
Rio have a plan for tonight to keep the attention off Sunday and on them like it should. Jack Swagger falls victim to a quick cradle from Yoshi
Tatsu and Tyson Kidd vs Trent Barretta fight to a time limit draw giving fans a taste of the action.
May 1 2011: Extreme Rules with Michael Cole and Josh Matthews on Commentary
Pre-Show: New Nexus vs The Uso's vs Epico & Primo
DH Smith w/ Goldust vs Jacob Novak
#1 Contender Tag Title Match: John Morrison & R-Truth vs Curt Hawkins & Tyler Reks
(c) Eve Torres vs Kelly Kelly
Del Rio & McIntyre are told by Ricardo Rodirguez that Roddy Piper will deal with them on Smackdown this week
(c) Sheamus vs Kofi Kingston
Tyson Kidd vs Trent Barretta
CM Punk vs Randy Orton (Derrick Bateman helps Punk win)
John Cena vs Alex Riley w/ The Miz
Christian vs (c) Wade Barrett vs Rey Mysterio vs Cody Rhodes (wins WWE World Title)
May 2 2011: Michael Cole, Booker, T and Byron Saxton
It is announced that Jerry Lawler will be returning next week for the first time since Wrestlemania. After defeating Alex Riley at Extreme Rules
now Cena will get his rematch at Over the Limit on May 22 much to the disappointment of The Miz. Miz wants the attention of WWE President Roddy
Piper to get out of the match, but also has to worry about fighting Morrison for the World Title next week. Sheamus rematch against Kofi Kingston
for the United States title which Kofi retains. Goldust and DH Smith come up short against The Uso's thanks to Tamina helping her team get the
win. Punk stands with Mason Ryan and Derrick Bateman introducing his new faction claiming that the one mistake he made was not starting over
when he took control of the Nexus.
May 6 2011: Josh Matthews & Matt Striker
Rey Mysterio is introduced as the New World Champion after winning the fatal four way at Extreme Rules. This decision allows for more options
for fresh matches including a final match between Mysterio and Cody which is where we will go first. Piper greets Del Rio & McIntyre with an
offer to become a tag team instead of continuing to whine. They will fight the best team Piper can come up with on May 22 at Over the Limit.
Del Rio and McIntyre agree! Christian in the Main Event against Wade Barrett for the Intercontinental Title which the numbers overwhelm
Christian allowing the champion to retain. Over the Limit for the World Title one final match Rey Mysterio vs Cody Rhodes 2 out of 3 falls.
Jack Swagger jumps Yoshi Tatsu backstage after Tatsu's surprise victory last week. Tyson Kidd vs Trent Barretta rematch set for next week
I just finished remaking the WWE 24/7 Championship and that seemed to go quite well so I figured what to do next. It just so happens ten years ago WWE went through a year full of missed opportunities which paved the way for plenty of more to come in the following years, but it all started with 2011. The year 2011 was the "Summer of Punk" and when the pipe bomb was dropped on that episode of Monday Night Raw. Think about that and now think about what actually happened in the year 2011? The exact opposite of what you would've expected to have happen. Instead of embracing the new superstars and young talent they never gave them more of a cup of coffee to really see if they could succeed.
Let me have a go!! Now I know for long time readers this seems similar to series from the past, but this will be very different actually. In the past I just followed one tried and true formula, but this time that formula is out the window. As we will start with some changes you will see from the outset:
Starting point is April 4 edition of Raw after Wrestlemania 27 and end point will be December 2011
NXT will no longer be a game show brand and will instead be used as a way to allow underutilized talent on the main roster a space to grow and developmental talent the chance to gain experience on the main roster.
Capitol Punishment will not happen and instead Vengence will happen in June for two reason I never liked the PPV and the company had way to many in 2011. This will allow more breathing room to develop worthwhile feuds for the big shows.
Two changes to Wrestlemania 27: First The Corre win against Big Show, Kane, Santino and Kofi as they hold half gold in WWE. Secondly, Great Khali will earn a shot against Sheamus on Raw the following night.
Another change I would make is I would sit down with certain talent for them to assist in the creative process as it would help to take some pressure off the creative team and allow us to focus on other talent that need help. Those names would be CM Punk, Christian, Goldust, and Rey Mysterio. I'm not saying that'd have creative control, I'm saying they would help come up with ideas and a direction for themselves on the program.
I was going back n forth on this one, but I made the best decision following his loss to Michael Cole, Jerry Lawler would take a hiatus from programming for a few weeks. Josh Mathews on the other side will remain on Smackdown only with Matt Striker. Each show needs it's own voice and that won't happen if Josh or Michael are on both Raw and Smackdown.
I would also sit down with legends to here there perspectives and listen to who they believe could have a bright future and who might need some help.
No assist general managers, the computer is gone and a person will be named interim president of WWE going back to how television was when Jack Tunney and Gorilla Monsoon were in charge. I would give Roddy Piper the spot as President of WWE.
Last thing would be Booker, T and Todd Grisham would take over announcing duties on NXT every week with Byron maybe joining here and there.
Following the end of the "Undisputed Finale" Adam Cole likely had his last moment on the "black and gold" brand. Cole has been a top star on the brand since his debut four years ago attacking Drew McIntyre with Bobby Fish and Kyle O' Riley at the end of NXT Takeover Brooklyn III. It didn't take long for not just his momentum to jump start his career, but to become the biggest star on NXT. In the past we've seen so many names come and go from NXT, but only a handful of names can be placed on NXT's Mount Rushmore alongside the Bayley, Sasha Banks, and Finn Balor would be one of the many variations of NXT's Mount Rushmore.
At this point, Adam doesn't have an official contract with WWE with Takeover 36 being his final contractually obligated day. Right now with the momentum heading in the way of AEW following the signing of CM Punk and likely signing of Daniel Bryan soon to follow the WWE needs to keep Adam Cole under contract. For once though Adam needs to be treated as a big deal upon his arrival on the main roster. Much the way they jump started his career in NXT and presented him a major player from the start they need to do the exact same thing when he appears on the main roster.
In my opinion, Adam Cole doesn't need to win his first feud on the main roster, but he does need to be placed into a feud right out of the gate. Based on the depth and security of each roster if Adam does resign then Smackdown would be the place for him to make his debut. Raw needs to have it's roster reconstructed from the ground up and unless Adam is placed into a top position Smackdown would be a better place for him to go so he can grow. Outside of Drew McIntyre all of Raw's other Main Event level stars are paired up in a tag team of some kind leaving the question of how did this happen. If Adam does make the jump to Smackdown then Kevin Owens would be the ideal first feud for him on the main roster giving him the chance to fight someone who is not just a fellow NXT legend, but someone he has only fought a handful of times in the past.
Starting with Kevin Owens also allows Adam to be placed in a prominent position from the start fighting against a respected member of the roster and getting a chance to prove himself against a veteran of the main roster. Another possible choice for his first feud would be against Cesaro who much like Owens is in a prominent position within WWE and would be in many ways an unexpected dream match between two supremely skilled athletes. I am aware placing Cole on Smackdown puts him in the crosshairs of Roman Reigns, but you need to be aware that he will not be on the level of any main eventer right out of the gate and will need time to grow into one on the main roster. Which is why building him to challenge Shinsuke Nakamura first as oppose to bypassing the growth stage would be the smarter choice.
Nakamura was leaving New Japan around the time or just before Adam Cole first appeared for the promotion so this would be another fresh contest that has yet had the chance to take place. There are so many possible matches that should leave fans salivating for Adam Cole to move to the main roster. The only question is if Adam Cole resigns with WWE?
To be clear, the occasional appearances of random crowds of talent does happen, but every time it does either Moss fights them or outsmarts them, leaving the other side. Moss begins to catch the ire of former champions, namely Murphy, who has been on and off television in 2020. Leading to Hell in a Cell, the match is set Murphy vs. Riddick Moss for the championship also on the show Jeff Hardy decided to assist Truth against Elias and Ryker after having similar problems with the duo. Moss wins after using whatever means needed to keep his gold around his waist.
On Smackdown, Murphy sits down with Michael Cole and explains his reasons to capture the 24/7 title. “Since winning the gold Moss has shown a different side of himself outsmarting people, always ahead, and just a lot more calculated the previous champions. I’ll admit that, but I know I needed to rebuild my stock and wanted to start from the bottom and completely rebuild. I want to prove myself to not just Adam Pearce, but these people all over again.” Murphy continues, “this title helped Riddick Moss invent himself, maybe it can help me reinvent myself.”
Six man tag match on the kickoff show including Raw and Smackdown stars Truth, Hardy, and Murphy vs. Riddick Moss, Elias, and Ryker. Murphy pins the champion on the Survivor Series kickoff show. This is the first time that Moss has been pinned since joining forces with Paul Ellering after Wrestlemania. We now move to TLC in December, when the Murphy vs. Moss rivalry writes another chapter and officially ends Riddick’s reign and allows Murphy to kick-start his reinvention.
Looking back, this would allow Riddick Moss to not only establishes himself, but it would give a fresh name a good amount of TV time. It would’ve given R-Truth a break from being in the 24/7 Championship picture and allowed him to have an actual feud, not around the title. We’d actually see the 24/7 title treated like a title that matters and not just a paper title meant to be treated as a joke. The main idea is reinventing Riddick Moss opens the door for other stars to attempt to use the 24/7 title to reinvent themselves as well.
Murphy needed a chance to reinvent himself after the story with the Mysterio’s happened. In my opinion, Murphy proved himself in his series with Alelister Black, but was never given the chance to do more. I also never understood why Smackdown was never given sometime with the 24/7 title. I would allow both 205 Live and NXT stars to come up to Smackdown and challenge Murphy for the gold. Furthermore, I’d also put a rule in place that the title can’t change hands during a match in the ring, once the bell rings it has to be between the two in the ring.
Overall, the title needed more respect and could be something that is used to assist the company in the continued effort in developing new stars. Instead of it being used to just be a cheap form of comedy like they currently use it for, even though this is unrealistic, we can all dream a little can’t we.
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