There is an unparalleled amount of wrestling content right now at fan's fingertips, especially when you consider the ever-growing library of content both old and new on the WWE Network.
Some have seen the addition of new shows like 205 Live and the just announced UK Championship Tournament as well as the three hour runtime of shows like Monday Night RAW as exceeding the amount of time the typical viewer has to actually watch it all.
WWE's executive vice president of talent, live events, and creative Paul Levesque, who is more familiar to fans as Triple H, was asked about this perceived excess of content after a press conference WWE held in London. Triple H doesn't feel that having too much great content is an issue and feels that it might be a bit overblown (via Newsweek).
"It’s funny when people say “there’s too much content, I can’t watch all of it.” A lot of movies come out; I can’t watch all of them, I catch up with them down the line. What’s great about WWE and the Network is the variety; Raw and SmackDown are like the pop music charts—the product everyone generally loves, the catchall. Separate from that, NXT and 205 Live , and hopefully the U.K. Championship, whatever that becomes, you begin to find the niche that you like best. That variety makes it great. At the end of the day, it’s all sitting on the WWE Network [to watch at your leisure]."
Frankly, it feels like a good problem to have if you can call it a problem. Other promotions would love to have the immense library that WWE has, and as long as the WWE Network is around fans will have plenty of time to take it all in, whenever they get around to it that is.
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