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WWE Has No Shame

I have only been watching wrestling for the last 8 years or so (3 years fully) and honestly I was too young to remember what happened in the 90s, but even non-wrestling fans know that the WWE has done some pretty despicable thing over the years. Many people constantly complain about WWE (particularly Vince) not paying attention to fans, overlooking Superstars, etc., and they have a right too. Now WWE has the right to do whatever they want on the programming, what they don’t have the right to is putting an end to Indy Wrestling.

 Just recently WWE announced that their NXT brand will soon be doing live touring as its own brand, meaning there’s a new promotion in town, a promotion that can single handedly wipe out Indy Wrestling for good! To add insult to injury, WWE recently sent out a survey asking which wrestling promotion(s) people follow. My question is: do they really have no shame? I think that it’s kind of obvious that WWE’s next true goal is to be the only wrestling (sorry, sports-entertainment) company left standing. WWE gets pleasure from devouring their competitors to bits and pieces; Vince has had a desire for it ever since “the fall of WCW”. It’s a fact that shows how shameless WWE is; they’re kind of like that low-life that’s always in the alley.

Some of the promotions mentioned in the survey (ROH, Dragon Gate USA etc.) have sacrificed so much just to get to where they are now, and now there’s a chance that a “brand” that’s been around for 9 seasons (5 of which that sucked) will drive real Indy wrestling promotions straight into the ground. I will admit, I like NXT, I probably like it more than the next guy but it SHOULD NOT replace Indy Wrestling. Indy Wrestling is a lifestyle, being an Indy fan is a lifestyle.

NXT is not a lifestyle because you don’t support anything while watching it; the guys will get a massive paycheck even if you don’t watch. It’s definitely not the same. Guys risk their bodies just to be at the top and to make the ‘big leagues’. If WWE breaks apart Indy Wrestling then how would wrestlers get to develop their talent, sure they can do the Roman Reigns approach of having a wrestling family but that’s all they have. Tell me, where would so many (former) WWE Superstars be without the Indy circuit, your guess is just about as good as mine!

I write less and less articles now because it is so time consuming but I really had to get this topic out to everyone. WWE will absolutely stop at nothing to bring everything wrestling to its knees. WWE has already started to do it to WWE fans as I wrote in my last article “WWE Fans: The Most Uninformed People in Wrestling”, now Indy Wrestling is the last stop on the ride. That is why I am here writing this article. I want to get people informed that there are other options out there for you. You don’t have to stoop to WWE’s level, once they start touring and you are going to their shows, you are now fighting the battle with them.

They will crush wrestling for good and both you and I know it! The future now rests in our hands. We can decide if we go to their shows or not. It is about time we stand up and ‘fight the man, fight the power’, we have to stop this utterly disgusting act from happening. So I beg of you, don’t help kill Indy Wrestling as a whole; it is the last thing some of us fans have before we are stuck with this WWE bullshit. Indy wrestling cannot fight all of its own battle and win without our support. So for the sake of continuing the tradition of Indy Wrestling in the US, go out and support them. No matter how good NXT wrestling may seem, Indy Wrestling will always remain superior to so many people around the world! #SaveIndyWrestling.

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Max Cruze

Max Cruze is a News Reporter for Pwmania.com. He also writes for some of the world’s most popular wrestling websites such as Wrestlingnews.co, camelclutchblog.com and whatculture.com. He can be reached at [email protected].

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