Discussion in 'RAW' started by Donald Trump_, Feb 5, 2013.
Yes or no? Do you think it's benefiting or betetr to be separate?
I'd probably not end the split, because that means more time for the Cena's and less time for the anyone else's. At least with Smackdown and Raw being separate, you can watch it and only have to suffer through Khali once a week. Instead of oh Look, Khali and Cena twice a week blergh ;_;
No, I wouldn't. SmackDown is developing new stars such as Damien Sandow, Cody Rhodes, Alberto Del Rio, etc, which in reality they wouldn't have been able to do if they where on RAW. SmackDown's a great place to develop younger stars, prepare them, since it isn't live they can easily edit out the botches, etc; it's better for the young stars.
I just think they shouldn't be in the middle. Both sides of the fence have their benefits, but when they're just sitting between both of them it feels really weird. Either end it already or reinforce it.