Discussion in 'General WWE' started by Crayo, Feb 1, 2012.
What ever happened to employing wrestling writers to book a wrestling show? Leave this guy to deal with Bugs Bunny and get someone who understands the business in.
I think he's mainly being used for the network shows. The reality program and some of the "kids shows". But if he does have any creative impact on the actual WWE shows, then I completely agree with you.
There's a difference between writers and bookers, my friend.
a term that refers to the predetermined nature of wrestling and the logistics of executing same. The person in charge of setting up matches and writing angles is "the booker." It is the wrestling equivalent of a screenwriter.
A booker is still a writer for the show.
He's gonna bring back the Animaniacs!