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Those are the majority of the big names they have. If dudes call these wrasslers the “stars” of the E, how come they can’t sell out a show? In NY, the place the E calls home. :dead:

People keep using the term "star" too loosely and overlooking the fact that there's levels to it.
 

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People keep using the term "star" too loosely and overlooking the fact that there's levels to it.

Yeah, Roman is actually a mid carder if he had to draw.


The pandemic actually allowed them to save money because house shows were already unprofitable.
 

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Like I said in the reeks thread, for that LI show, they got:

Roman Reigns
Big E
Edge
Seth Rollins
Kevin Owens
Finn Balor
Becky Lynch

and still can’t sell out, in New York of all places

That list don't pop to me... :ld: Owens and Balor would be just another guy on AEW Rampage status... Edge nearly washed. Big E and Seth are borderline stars.. you could argue them. Roman and Lynch are stars but they are on every show
 

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People keep using the term "star" too loosely and overlooking the fact that there's levels to it.

No one's been a draw like that in years. Cena was probably the last one. But that's not necessarily the issue, rather it's a symptom of a larger issue. The issue is that the product has nothing people want to see on it and don't seem to be invested in presenting something someone other than Vince McMahon would want to see (case in point: I live pretty damn close to Staples and you couldn't pay me to go to that RAW).

For people saying that the brand split is the problem, fixing that won't fix the booking issues because of the above. If they can't use the full roster of one show properly, why would they be able to do the same with two?

WWE has deep issues as a company. It's papered over by their other business deals, but those rights deals have a shelf life and MBS won't need them to launder his image forever (then again, I'm pretty sure Vince and Nick Khan know that more than anyone else, given their moves over the past year or so).
 
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People keep using the term "star" too loosely and overlooking the fact that there's levels to it.
There are only 2 levels to it: stars and superstars. There are no superstars in the E right now. Cena was the last one. But those wrestlers listed are stars of the E.

Those are the top dogs in the company and still can’t put butts in seats.
 

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There are only 2 levels to it: stars and superstars. There are no superstars in the E right now. Cena was the last one. But those wrestlers listed are stars of the E.

Those are the top dogs in the company and still can’t put butts in seats.

According to who? Just because WWE books them that way doesn’t mean they’re actually stars to the fans which is my point.
 
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