I wonder if most WWE fans would even know who she is? She's hardly at the level of an Eric Bischoff.
Imagine if they brought back the storyline with her and AJ Styles.
It would make some sense though if WWE are on the verge or have purchased the TNA video library, which is now I guess a defunct brand to a certain extent, were it not for GWF currently retaining the Impact name.
I'm positive one day we're going to hear Michael Cole go "My God that's...that's...that's Vince Russo!"
Another WWE botch job. Moving it to after 205 Live killed interest in it. So rather than one flop in 205 Live (which should be taped prior to SD and aired on a Thursday through Sunday) they ended up with 2 lame duck shows. You look at the most-viewed shows on the Network and 205 Live is nowhere to be found.
The worst thing is Talking Smack has been great at showcasing the spontaneity of the wrestlers and been far more free-flowing and unscripted than normal TV.
I no longer watch NXT, never really watched 205 live. I enjoy talking smack. Seriously considering dropping the network, I already only watch Raw and Smackdown via the WWEs own hilights on YouTube. With that and other wrestling related stuff on YouTube like WCPW, wrestling with wregret, OSW review, Being the Elite etc, there's plenty out there to keep a man happy. Most network stuff seems to pop up on YouTube anyway by the looks of it.
I've stopped watching 205 too, and I'm about 6 weeks behind on NXT. WCW and old episodes of WWF keep winning out. And despite having seen a lot of it before, I still get hooked on wanting to find out what happens on the next episode, such was the old way of doing things.
SmackDown this week is the perfect example of absolutely nothing happening. I could have saved myself an hour and a half and I would have missed nothing. Finished it wishing I'd stuck with the highlights.