The "smaller" part of your analogy is flawed. People consume Chuck E. Cheese or D&B one visit at a time, one location at a time. It matters not how many franchises or locations each chain has. Additionally, each D&B location is approximately the same size as each Chuck E. Cheese location. There's nothing smaller about it.
It's equivalent, only it's for adults rather than being for kids. There is no such thing in wrestling anymore. There's only smaller, less accessible alternatives.
The nearest D&B is a whole 'nother state away (There's exactly one in VA and geographically both the one in Richmond and the one in Bethesda are about equidistant, but I work north so there's that...).
I get a kick out of the fact you didn't post a TNA picture. It's certainly a bit more adult oriented, but...
Seriously, do what I do and just DVR Raw. Every week I get the goods and fast forward through much.
"Laugh and the world laughs with you. Frown and the world laughs at you." -Me.
Absolutely -- having characters with depth & complexity is the best situation of all. I'm a huge fan of the tweener guys, eg. Regal & Kane can slide back & forth seamlessly. Jericho is clearly a heel, but because he (his character)