The World Wrestling Entertainment went to great lengths to remind you of the 20 years that have made, Monday Night RAW what it is today. RAW’s 20th Anniversary was suppose to be a grand event. A mix of old faces with some current ones. Toss in the continued build of Rock vs CM Punk at the, Royal Rumble 2013 and you should have an amazing show. Right? Did WWE deliver on all fronts? Or was the 20th anniversary show a reminder of the 10th anniversary?
TNA has recently announced cutbacks on a larger number of their PPV shows. Instead running the usual twelve, they will go with just four(Genesis, Lockdown, Slammiversary, and Bound for Glory) . They’re hoping by scaling back on their PPV’s that they will be able to build better story-lines on a week by week basis and have the remaining PPV’s actually mean something. If nothing else, it would seem that TNA is done playing, “follow the leader” and taking a different approach to their business structure than the WWE. Will you be interested in TNA more if they run less paid shows? We are, The Rabblecast!