WWE getting aggressive in recruitment.

Discussion in 'General WWE' started by Crayo, Jul 16, 2012.

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  1. This is awesome. Hats off to shovel.
  2. Jeez does this mean he's preparing to give up his TV time?
  3. Seems like he's doing a god job :yay:
  4. Very nice, HHH seems to be doing a good job.
  5. WWE Formula:

    >Take top Indie star
    >Strip them of everything that makes them good
    >Send them to FCW
    >Generate a stupid name for them
    >Water down their move set by 200%
    >Do nothing with them once they move to the main roster
  6. Getting aggressive because they sign people? :dafuq:
  7. Aggressive as in signing a lot of talent at the same time. Building up a large roster in a short time is known as aggressive recruitment. #Business101
  8. I didn't pay attention in Business. :boss1:
  9. HHH does well behind the scene. He just needs to stay the fuck away from the camera. Can not wait to see the new talent.
  10. Good job. The more signings, the more talent. Great chance for the people who've been signed.

    Well done, Hunter.
  11. Basically when you do a lot of the same or similar things at the same time it is called aggressive strategy.
  12. There's been quite a few people they've wanted to introduce to their roster for awhile, they're just waiting for the right angle to introduce them with. Triple H has said he doesn't want them to come in and get lost on the roster.
  13. These new guys are probably going to development and/or extra shows on WWE Network, so seeing them in the main roster is a bit far away, I think.
  14. Dean Ambrose is someone who they've mentioned they want to bring to the main roster, they just want the right angle. And Sandow as well, before he debuted recently or whenever. There's also another guy who reminds me of James Storm who I hear they may want to introduce soon.
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