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FAN POLL: What Show Should The WWE Network Bring Back?


Technically, this was not a WWF / WWE produced show, but rather a spinoff promotion that tried to be.  It featured a whole slew of cast and characters, one more colorful then the next.  It lasted all of four seasons and was filmed on the Las Vegas Strip.

My proposal to bring it back:

While my earlier concept of Shotgun Saturday Night would be for the women not very good at their craft and more then less, eye candy!  This would be the exact opposite.  This show would be two hours long each Thursday night and feature strictly the cream of the crop.  Cut the women completely out of RAW and Smackdown, and feature them on GLOW and Shotgun only.  Only have one title and let it begin with a one night tournament of the 8 best female wrestlers on the planet!

Womens wrestling has gotten that good, there is no doubt in my mind they can carry their own show.  If the network is going to devote an entire episode to cruiserweights, why not the ladies?  Your new GLOW champion, “Charlotte”.  It just has a ring to it.  Naomi turned her entire career around by feeling the GLOW.  Why not continue it?


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  1. Stephanie M Najar

    June 16, 2017 at 2:29 am

    I think I would have to vote for Sunday nights main event! Great concept and I think it would be great to have especially for those who don’t get ppv and other shows.

  2. Chris Meder

    June 16, 2017 at 8:22 am

    VIA Twitter
    hand’s down, WWF Saturday Night’s Main Event!

  3. Issac

    June 16, 2017 at 8:24 am

    VIA Twitter

    Saturday Night’s Main Event or even Prime Time Wrestling.
    Also bring back WCW Bash at the Beach or Halloween Havoc

  4. Mandi Mac lennan

    June 16, 2017 at 8:25 am

    VIA Facebook
    I loved them all. This blog was a great trip down memory lane!

  5. Steve Pajk

    June 16, 2017 at 10:33 am

    Bring back Saturday Night’s Main Event. Make it meaningful. Number one contenders matches, Championship matches, and debut matches for up and comers would make this worth watching. The one stipulation that should be in place though, in order to make this show a draw, would be to disclose the fact that there are no DQ’s and their is a clear cut winner and a loser. The broadcast should also be on NBC like in year’s past, at 8pm, so the family can watch.

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