Gianto_Talbot wrote:I'm a strong believer that if you're going to do something do it right. When promotion tries for mainstream success it usually involve WWF/WCW washouts and rejects just for name value. That's usually what companies get the most out of for some reason. I think PWG is sticking with quality and God Bless them for doing so. ROH was on national tv for a while but never really took off aswell as it deserved and or people would have wanted it too. But if hulk hogan, Kevin Nash, and Virgil were involved it might have been more successful business and ratings wise. But hey what do I know? I would actually prefer to see the Rock N Roll Express over the Rock NES Monsters myself. Put then in the ring with Bobby Fulton and Tommy Rogers and you got yourself gold people. Anyone know who they are off the top of their head I'll but you a coke.
with exception of Vergil, TNA has brought in guys like Hogan and Nash and the ratings couldn't draw shit for them, even NXT when that was on TV drew better ratings than TNA even though NXT was about the rookies coming from FCW
and guys like Fulton and Rogers aren't exactly the type of guys PWG can bring in unless for some special occasion like a Legends Battle Royal or something, the fact PWG is not about bringing some old guys over a younger talent who are hungry to get more notice and will do their best to impress the crowd than old guys who will only appeal to old school fans than PWG fans and before you mention someone like Finlay, the thing with someone like Finlay is that he is the type of guy who has experience but has willing to help put younger guys over, similar to guys like 123 Kid or 2 Cold Scorpio, all older guys but still manages to put a solid performance for the type of audience PWG has always aimed for in other feds, just the same if a major name from Mexico and Japan comes over, it appeals to the type of audience PWG aims for