During his recent episode of Conversations With The Big Guy, Ryback discussed WWE’s decision to bring back dual branded PPV’s and how they can be a good thing. Below are some highlights of the podcast with a h/t to Rajah.com for the transcription.
On Dual Branded Shows Being A Good Thing:
“I think the ‘In & Out Burger’ formula; when you simplify things, and you do it well, you are much better off than over-complicating the menu, I think pro wrestling over-complicated the menu a long time ago for the sake of money. There is a way to cut back on that now.”
How It Can Effect Superstars:
“From a performer’s standpoint it kind of sucks because guys that were going to be on pay-per-views, may not be getting on pay-per-views regularly because you are sharing brands, and you can only take a few matches from each show essentially,” said The Big Guy. “They have ways around it though; they can create longer pay-per-views to try and kind of narrow that gap, I think it is a good move. It is too much of a product, which I don’t think it is a good thing.”
Watch: Exclusive Footage From WWE 205 Live
WWE 205 Live general manager, Drake Maverick shared an exclusive clip of behind the scenes footage from Cedric Alexander’s WWE 205 Live semi-final win that guaranteed him a match at WrestleMania.
The clip shows Alexander backstage and embracing with Maverick after the match, with the GM then promoting next week’s show which will determine his opponent.
EXCLUSIVE – Backstage footage of @CedricAlexander from last weeks @WWE205Live & a final message to @DrewGulak & @MustafaAliWWE
One Semi Final match remains in the @WWE #Cruiserweight Championship Tournament – Who goes to #Wrestlemania ?
THIS TUESDAY – #205Live pic.twitter.com/7kUXDMQHjF
— Drake Maverick (@WWEMaverick) March 18, 2018
Conversations With The Big Guy
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