Discussion in 'TSC' started by MrFirst2doit, Apr 1, 2020.
RAW received 1.923 million viewers for its three-hour duration.
They’re trying to meet Dynamite somewhere around 999,000
Them dudes who squat in the AEW/NXT ratings thread who were clowning AEW for not breaking a million must be ready to roast RAW right about now.
I mean why would you watch this?
If you want to watch fukkery and heel promos people can just watch Trump on the news.
Clearly this is because they aren't listening to the fans and pushing the good in-ring workers who made their name on the indies.
Everyone is watching the news. They are getting monster ratings.
"President Trump, say something stupid"
Maybe having Trump on raw will boost ratings.
I haven't watched any live wrestling since this Rona shyt ramped up last month
I read a tweet that made a lot of sense. WWE might have a hard time getting people back to watch their product once things settle down and they go back to normal. If you lose the habit of watching their weekly TV, it doesn't come back at all...unless there's good promotion and stories and both are things WWE can't do for shyt right now.
If they don't go the extra mile to build up and promote their "back to normal!" comeback, It shouldn't be shocking if the ratings stay below 2 million as the new norm.
I know this is a Joke but could You imagine?
Loads of fukkery
No lie, the news been on it's wrestling steez for a minute.
The rona got Trump and the newscasters off the goose with the antics. Plus there's a crowd to watch it all transpire
CNN 1- WWE 0
Trump cutting a promo on China and corona. Trump vs the Chinese leader in another hair vs hair match.
Trump being a shytbird heel manager to a returning Rusev, while he's dragging this country into the shytter via Smart phone.
Everything is Everything with the amount of fukkery that could produce.
Damn Chico was just saying on WOR this was a long time from happening....yikes
If only they had a big show with name value that they could use to announce that everything's back to normal, instead of being held in a European warehouse nightclub with a wrestling ring in the middle of it.