Monday, June 12, 2023

The Benefits of a New Major Wrestling Organization in Japan

In my previous blog posts on June 6, and June 8, I discussed the need for a new major wrestling organization in Japan. In this post, I will explore some of the potential benefits of this move.

One of the biggest benefits of a new major organization is that it would be new competition in the Japanese wrestling industry, leading to better matches and organizations being forced to be more innovative. This would mean more exciting products for fans.

A new organization would provide a new platform for up-and-coming wrestlers to showcase their skills and abilities. This would help to keep the Japanese wrestling scene fresh and would add new excitement. And along with this new talent, a new organization could also introduce new styles of wrestling to Japan, giving fans more variety to choose from.

Also, a new organization would help to increase the exposure of Japanese wrestling to a wider audience, increasing the popularity of the industry and making it more financially successful.

Of course, along with benefits, every great idea has it's drawbacks. And there are three potential drawbacks to a new wrestling organization being formed in Japan.

The first drawback is that financial risk would be involved. Starting a new organization is always risky, and a significant investment of money (as well as time and resources) would be required. And with that investment, there is no guarantee that the organization would be successful. This makes the financial risk of starting a new wrestling organization a valid concern, but I believe that the potential rewards outweigh the risks. If a new organization is successful, it would be very profitable.

The second drawback would be competition from other organizations. The Japanese wrestling industry is already crowded with established organizations, which means that a new organization would not be successful unless it figures out a way to differentiate itself from the competition. However, the industry is growing, and with it, a demand for new and innovative products. I believe that there is room for another major player, and the industry is filled with people ready for a new opportunity, both in the ring and behind the scenes.

The third drawback is that there is the possibility that talents who are currently with already-established organizations would leave them and join the new organization. This could weaken the already-established organizations and make it more difficult for them to compete. However, the possibility of losing talent is something that organizations always face. The way to prevent this from happening is for already-established organizations to create a positive and productive working environment that attracts and retains talent.

Despite the potential drawbacks, I believe a new major wrestling organization in Japan would be good for the industry.

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