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You think WWE is using Social Networking to make storylines?

VIBEVIBE Posts: 53,283 ✭✭✭✭✭
edited August 2011 in Off The Turn Buckle
I think they may be.

I "liked" the WWE on Facebook, so of course you get their "updates" and they have a poll up about the Kevin Nash/John Laurinaitis situation, asking "Do you think John L lied to HHH", or "Do you think Nash/someone else lied to John L". The poll is in great favor of John L lying to HHH.

Do you think they're gonna use that to make it not so predictable? Seeing that everyone thinks one thing, they're gonna change it?

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  • Mally_GMally_G Posts: 2,927 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited August 2011
    They been using social networking and the internet to create storylines.

    I think they started doing so when Matt Hardy started ranting on YouTube, his own website, and the blogs about Edge sleeping with Lita, and they turned that into a storyline.

    Now they channel various rumors from dirt sheet sites to make an argument that the internet wrestling community doesn't know what they're talking about or what they want in a wrestling product. Then they go and do the total opposite of what was written to happen just to spite the IWC, then turn around and do what was originally planned.

    All this stuff that Cena has been saying lately is 100% based on what the people on these dirt sheet sites and wrestling forums have been saying about him for years. Either Cena sees and hears this stuff himself, or the writers are getting their info from other WWE employees who are hired to scour the internet for feedback and responses to wrestlers and storylines, then the writers are incorporating this information into the storylines and wrestler promos.

    Why do you think they told Zach Ryder to continue to do his internet show? They want to turn him into some gimmick where he's followed by the fans online and make the fans anticipate seeing him, even though they have no intentions on using him.
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  • dalyricalbanditdalyricalbandit Co-Owner Of AllhipHop.com, Super Moderator, Administrator, Moderator Posts: 66,451 Regulator
    edited August 2011
    internet storylines>>>>>wwe story lines
  • northwest443northwest443 Posts: 589
    edited August 2011
    Mally_G wrote: »
    Now they channel various rumors from dirt sheet sites to make an argument that the internet wrestling community doesn't know what they're talking about or what they want in a wrestling product. Then they go and do the total opposite of what was written to happen just to spite the IWC, then turn around and do what was originally planned.

    Nail on the Head!
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