Heyman's Hustle: How to Improve WWE
Heyman discusses how Cena is an important character to WWE in that he has the crowds split in half, half are behind him or half are against him. Heyman says the Raw show now tends to be overproduced, but believes it can still be made into a fast-paced, exciting to watch program. Heyman also feels too many people within the WWE are trying to appeal to Mr. McMahon's tastes rather than the ticket-buyers.
Here's an interesting excerpt from Heyman's latest blog:
How can it be bad for Vince to offer someone like The Miz, who obviously keeps his finger on the pulse of today's contemporary beat, and offer him a small bonus to come with new ideas for names, instead of this moronic, counter-productive movement to rip-off other genres like Kenny Dykstra and Dolph Diggler.
Why not go out on a limb and try some creativity and unique branding so the audience can really get behind someone as their own?
Is it inconceivable that Cody Rhodes or John Morrison would have some suggestions on how to spruce up a new persona with some creative fashion designs?
Heyman makes a great deal of sense in the latest blog as he looks at how the younger, more hip superstars could have an integral role in sprucing up the product. Read the entire Heyman blog here at the Sun UK website..