How long has it been since WWE aired a commercial for a PPV encore? I mean, yeah, since the hard split, it wouldn't make sense to air a commercial for a SD! PPV on RAW. But, I think we have to go back a loooong time to find the last commercial. Have I been not paying enough attention and missing them? I miss all of the hard-sell power words, like "Triumph" or "Betrayal" or "Brutality" or whatever they used.
SummerSlam 2000 was the last time. It was like an opera like commercial where they showed Shane falling, Dvon falling, and among other things. Then when WWF switched to TNN, they stopped running the encore ads for some reason, don't know why, but that's what i missed about WWF, those cool encore commercial's for their ppvs.
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Originally posted by Mr ShhHow long has it been since WWE aired a commercial for a PPV encore?
Even though I didn't know the awnser to the question but now I do. Anyways was what I wanted to comment on is that I didn't even realize they still ran a Tuesday Encore anymore due to the same fact you have mentioned...it's not adverstised. Funny how we forget this.
Speaking of things that don't get ads, do people see lots of NWA ads? I've only seen two since they started. Once during RAW last summer for the Hall/Jarrett match, and once about two minutes ago about AJ Styles.
Wisconsin Badgers: 6-2 (What a sever letdown. The fact that despite getting outclassed the whole game, we stayed in it gives me a glimmer of hope for the rest of the season.)
Minnesota Vikings: 5-0 (Bye week means I don't have to care as much about football on Sunday! I hope Culpepper rests up.)
That's something I never understood about PWI back in the day. Rankings were supposed to be based on wins and losses, but they always ranked Flair (who rarely won, and had his title saved by run-ins on a nightly basis)