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Since: 26.6.02
From: York, England

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Let's see what the HHH 'fans' have to say about this bit 3 years ago from Greg.

    But, while we're on that subject, how hard is it to understand why the WWF is doing so well? It's really simple. They have a unbiased, unattached group of writers who weave storylines. That's it. They throw out a bunch of stories and go with what works. Sure they stumble occasionally, everyone does, but they put business first. They don't book for personal reasons. Friends of the writers aren't given priority in storylines, or handed titles, or given cushy slots on Monday Night programming. Instead they book based on fan reactions in the arenas and through tv ratings. What a novel concept? Right?=20's simple.

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Since: 1.8.02
From: Huntington Beach, CA

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That might have been true, and it does make a lot of sense, but it is definitly no longer the case! So were any writers three years ago doing wrestlers?

Craig Reade
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