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Posted: Dec 25 2014, 07:41 PM
© darren criss
The time is now. January 2015 and the world's premiere wrestling organization, Worldwide Wrestling Force, or the WWF, is at the top of its game....or is it?
The WWF has enjoyed its supreme popularity for decades. It is known as the only premiere wrestling organization that broadcasts its shows to billions worldwide. However, there seems to be a decline in viewership since the late 2000s. Prior to its heydays, it once enjoyed all-time fame and success in the late 90s and early 2000s- even penetrating itself into the mainstream media. The WWF was the talk of the town and wrestling saw an audience like it never did before. Previous stars even enjoy the limelight of Hollywood- thanks to the big break provided by WWF's popularity.
Yet the recent years have been deemed stale.Viewers seem to be demanding wrestlers with more skill, charisma and star power. The product has been called stagnant and boring- and the company is in dire need of a new leader that will allow it to once again enjoy unmatched success.
The former Chairman and CEO Giovanni Rossi was asked to stepped down by the Board of Directors just recently, naming Camille Clarke, the new Chairman and CEO. With this recent change, Camille and the board have opened more opportunities for more stars to be seen and heard. As gimmicks come and go, they continue to experiment on who will be the next face of his company. Thus, the competition in the locker room is growing stiffer and more cut-throat. Superstars and Divas are more territorial- ensuring that their spots are not stolen. Developmental talent seem to be waiting in the lines longer than expected, is it all a result of jealousy? Management is pressured to come up with new ideas to advance the product, and the staff seems to be getting the shorter end of the stick. Cliques, politics and the unspoken favouritism rampant in management have created one of the most competitive atmospheres there ever was. Beneath the fame and limelight in its shows lies the chaos and politics backstage.
Everybody wants the opportunity to grab that brass ring and take the company by storm- are you tough enough to lead the industry through the next generation?