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Old 07-10-2006, 04:40 PM
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Originally Posted by Tito Fan 83
I dont really like how the WWE divided Raw and Smackdown into two completely different promotions. If I were in charge, I would use Smackdown as a developmental show for Raw. I'd give Smackdown the tag team champions, the US champion and the Cruiserweight champion. I'd put all of my big guys on Raw, and use Smackdown as a place where I tested out some guys with potential.

I just think guys like the Undertaker, Chris Benoit and King Booker should be on the big stage of Raw. The Undertaker should be fueding with guys like Edge, Cena and Triple H.
The WWE roster now is as big as all 3 big feds in the late 1990s. Separating the shows allowed more guys to get TV time, plus it doubles the tour money because they can be performing in two different large arenas at a time - and the entire roster isn't travelling from city to city with only a few guys getting TV time on both shows. They switch up the rosters from time to time
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