Which is the better show? Raw, Smackdown or ECW?
December 2, 2008 9:03pm CST
For me it is actually ECW. This is because the brand seems more fresh than the other two. You have a funny segment called the Dirt Sheet which is the best online program they have. You also have talented people like Matt Hardy and Evan Bourne in there.
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3 Dec 08
I disagree with you. I actually think that ECW is the worst show of the three. It is still a good show that has lots of young talent but they only get 1 hour and have almost none of the ECW originals except for Tommy Dreamer. Matt Hardy as a champion is a joke, they should of kept the title on someone like Kane. Now, between Raw and Smackdown, I think Raw is the better show even though Smackdown is a close second. Raw has been the #1 show for a long time and has names like Cena, Orton, Batista, Shawn Michaels, Chris Jericho and more. Smackdown also has good names like The Undertaker, Edge, Triple H, and MVP.
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3 Dec 08
Well i agree with you that in terms of Starpower ECW is low on that. I just found the show refreshing. I'm tired of Triple H being champion for the 12th time I believe. I am also not a fan of his buddies Orton and Michaels. I would just watch Smackdown for the Undertaker and Raw for Cena and Batista.
4 Dec 08
I would truly suggest you read Shawn Michaels' book as it gives you a complete perspective on everything that happened on his career. I didn't like what they did to Bret Hart either, but the guy deserves some respect to say the least. I think ECW wasn't meant to be a contender to Smackdown and Raw. It is their launching platform for new stars. Look who they have, they developed Ricky Ortiz, Jack Swagger, and Evan Bourne. Miz and Morrison have their Dirt Sheet up and is always entertaining. Matt Hardy as champion. It is like their testing ground to see which concepts could work and which talent they could probably use for the future. You'll just be disappointed if you came to an ECW show expecting the star power of Cena, Michaels, Undertaker, and many others. This is a show where you look at who the WWE is currently developing for the future.