Some facts on how to make three hours of WWE RAW worth watching

So as from this summer, Monday Night RAW will run for three hours rather than its usual two and a bit. (I’m sure anyone who saw this week’s instalment will be DELIGHTED at this news.)

For WWE’s delectation, I’ve made a list of ways to ensure that a three-hour RAW is worth watching.

1. Give one hour of every show over to CM Punk and Daniel Bryan facing each other in an iron-man match.

2. Give Wade Barrett a microphone and let him mock Americans. My favourite thing ever remains him getting booed for wishing them a happy Christmas.

3. Let the Divas wrestle. Or more pertinently get some more Divas who can wrestle, and let them wrestle. Kharma, Beth Phoenix and Natalya squashing bitches for half an hour every week would be great fun.

4. Allow some of the NXT madness to infiltrate mainstream prime-time TV. This would have a dual bonus of giving both Curt Hawkins and William Regal screen space. It would also give Matt Striker an additional platform, but we can’t have everything.

What would you like to see in a three-hour RAW?

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2 Responses to Some facts on how to make three hours of WWE RAW worth watching

  1. Mike says:

    If the extra hour comprises entirely of upcoming talent being given time in the ring, then I’m all for it. If it’s more promos, guest spots and advertising, then my reaction will be Iron-Shiekh-like.

    All I’d lke to see is talent given a chance to show what they can do. It’s criminal that people like Dolph Ziggler and Drew McIntyre get pushed onto Superstars by Triple H, John Cena and co grandstanding on the mic for half an hour.

    And of course, then we get the inevitable half hour recaps on Smackdown of Triple H and John Cena grandstanding on the mic.

  2. Carrie says:

    FACK THE MARIA WHATSHERFACE

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