In part one of their conversation, Cory Barker and Drew Zolides discuss the Network’s impact on WWE’s storytelling and its financials.
While the issue is ostensibly about the negative portrayal of the Tea Party, Glenn Beck and WWE have taken advantage of the situation for publicity.
When little is off-limits in terms of storytelling fodder and anything can be expected, how can the audience tell when something truly unexpected happens?
Precursor to what would now be called a “sports entertainer,” the athletic Carpentier came into his own as wrestling expanded its influence on North American pop culture through television and film.
Throughout its history, WWE has consistently turned a blind eye to its competition, but can TNA force it to break this principle, and create a second Monday Night War?