Post by wildojinx on Sept 24, 2017 23:03:03 GMT -5
Admitedly, while I do watch the PPVs and NXT and some of the shows like Storytime, the main selling point for me has always been the archives. It's just easier to have all this footage to watch anytime I want (as opposed to hoping that it's on youtube) in high quality.
Pretty much. Story Time and Table for Three I’ll watch, but it’s all Vault, all the time when I normally watch.
This is me too. I watch the original stuff if it involves a legend, and I'll watch the 24 specials because they're just generally interesting, but apart from that it's all about the classic content for me.
Post by chronocross on Sept 25, 2017 7:12:21 GMT -5
That's the main selling point for me in keeping the WWE Network, it's strictly the old stuff from WWF 1980's-2000 and NWA/WCW 80's-90's and now I'm getting into the Mid-South/WCCW stuff, I don't really care too much about the current day.
Post by mattperiolat on Sept 25, 2017 7:57:41 GMT -5
Why we keep begging for more. We want WCW Saturday Night, Superstars, Challenge, Heat, Shotgun et al not just for nostalgia and relive the history, but because it’s ten times better than the current product. If the Network was only current, subscriber base would look like the crowd at a SmackDown taping.
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Post by Menasor, Gentleman Of Leisure on Sept 27, 2017 21:18:37 GMT -5
I don't always have a subscription. When I'm going through a phase of wanting to watch some older stuff I'll subscribe for a month or two. While I happen to have it, I will watch current ppvs and Takeovers though. Then when I'm bored with watching old wrestling I drop my subscription again for a few months.