The latest edition of the “Friday Fishbowl” for Friday, August 19, 2011 is now archived and airing exclusively on the Wrestleview Radio Network with host Adam Martin (Editor in Chief of Wrestleview.com) and VIP member James Lacerenza.

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Questions answered on this week’s edition of the Friday Fishbowl for August 19, 2011:

Question #1: (Submitted by Martini)
Let’s say somebody has a fiance that is just on the edge of becoming a pro wrestling fan. If you had to recommend one match to show such a person that would really grab their attention and hopefully grow their love of pro wrestling, what match would it be and why do you think it is great for a new wrestling fan to watch?

Question #2: (Submitted by Dane from Down Under)
With prelims before a UFC PPV, I’m assuming cards which have exciting prelim fights often contribute to a higher number of last-minute PPV purchases to people who are ‘on the fence’ about spending the $45. These prelims air for free, either on tv or lately on facebook. Would the WWE benefit from doing something similar to this, e.g. expanding out the number of dark/pre-PPV matches to 2 or maybe 3, put on some solid inter-brand match-ups, backstage segments for the main card, as well as air video-packages to hype the event? I know that ‘Heat’ served a somewhat similar purpose back in the day, but now with technological advancements, especially in utilising WWE.com or their Facebook page – there could be a number of people who weren’t sold on the go-home show for an event, but could Russo-swerve their opinions once they see a fresh video-package and a PPV-quality match with someone not on the main card.

Do you think this is something that would work for the WWE, or because it isn’t a ‘sport’ it doens’t have the same effect? Imagine if more people had seen the awesome Miz video package for WrestleMania before the show – this could have generated more hype for the match…

Question #3: (Submitted by Frank aka Omegabyss)
Who was the biggest surprise you’ve seen to become a world champion/main eventer as a wrestling fan?