Striker trying to do Gut Check on RAW?

Discussion in 'RAW' started by Senhor Perfect, Jan 4, 2013.

  1. Do you buy that he doesn't know about Gut Check?
  2. Yes.

    Would like to see this on RAW.
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  3. Anything different from what we are seeing now would be great..

    3 hours of the same shit every Monday is killing me.
  4. lol Stealing TNA ideas.
  5. I guess that'd be OK, would make sitting through the show easier I suppose.
  6. Just utilize hour one in the right way. Start the show with a teaser for the main event later and a great opening match, then use hour one to establish lower/mid carders.
  7. lol stealing TNA's ideas.
  8. Oh awesome! What an original idea!! Love it! Way to go, Striker!
  9. Yeah, how freaking original goofball.

    I guess the internet won't crap all over WWE for copying, but if it was vice versa.... OH BOY :testify: Shitty TNA this, shitty Gutcheck this.
  10. I didn't buy his excuse either. He was hoping no TNA marks followed him.
  11. Btw, this screams scripted so... Gutcheck > this crap.
  12. Didn't Dolph Ziggler said that they all watch TNA? lol, stop lying Striker.
  13. Wait wait!!! People FOLLOW Matt striker!?!?!?
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  14. Of course they watch the competition. They have friends that work for TNA, they want to see what they're doing, and just out of sheer curiosity.

  16. lol stealing TNA ideas
  17. They did steal that stupid Cena/AJ/Vickie storyline from TNA, didn't they?
  18. The Claire Lynch storyline? Yah they did. They also recently stole the "previously on RAW" narrative part from TNA.
  19. HAHAAHAA WWE Creative team doing a good job
  20. It's a good idea, but I think that's what NXT is for and as of now WWE is doing an okay job at pushing talent and welcoming in new guys.
    In this one year we got Ryback, Ambrose, Rollins, Reigns, Sandow, & Cesaro, so I think WWE is doing good as far as talent. If they do what Striker suggested there will be lest time for these newly debuted superstars to garner popularity. However I will agree with Baraa with Raw's 3 hours being boring. Not enough effort is being put into more plots. At best WWE has 3 solid, entertaining, and developed storylines, and if your not lucky enough to be in them, you're in limbo.