What do you reckon the financial implications would be? We all rant about the product appealing to young kids which makes the show less quality (in our opinion), but there must be financial implications restricting WWE projecting their product to the adult fanbase? Would they NEED to remove the PG restrictions to appeal to us in the highest quality possible? I know PG is NOT the reason that WWE is lackluster like many many fans believe it is, but if you were to have the product appeal to those over 18, would you need to remove it to be more free and creative? Bringing it back to finance, surely they wouldn't lack advertisement publishers? You would just have different types of advertisements right? Surely if MORE people watch your product -- which isn't a certainty if you appeal to adults -- you would generate more income through advertisements? Or has it got nothing to do with finance, is it about the companies image? They have anti-bullying campaigns which are filled with ironic hypocrisies already, that would be doubled if you saw adult-material week in week out on RAW wouldn't it? The make-a-wish foundation probably wouldn't want to be associated with WWE, as the kids wouldn't be allowed to watch the product. Just trying to make you think outside the box. Is there a compromise? Could WWE be a lot more edgy -- but not too edgy -- and still be associated with such campaigns? Could they be edgy enough for the adult fans to be highly entertained but remain under the PG guideline and carry on with make-a-wish and the anti-bullying campaign?