The stance here is quite simple: * The WWE section has fully devoted attention with 3 moderators. But the TNA, General and Old School sections have only one mod each. While it's enough for the most part to clean house, they can still use an extra hand when they aren't around. * The Wrestling Spam Section is an unorganized haven to insane ideas, random good memories and "lulz". Why can't it be more organized and concentrated? Yes, it's a spam section. But it's not a "Wrestling Bar Room" section. Why can't it be a bit more organized with a TNA, WWE, General and so on sections? * The Indy's section never prospered enough to stick. But that's no reason to add ROH, CHIKARA, DGUSA/EVOLVE, AAA, etc. sub-forums in order to give the fans of the lesser known companies a more organized homebase. * Being a TNA fan, I get the constant criticism of "TNA sux" daily. No offense to WWE fan's, who get their own flack at times for being "biased", but I'm not the only one to share the sentiment. Some people are called ROHbots, CHIKARA fan's don't get much recognition. The flaming between preferences needs to end. We have a right to like whatever we want and we shouldn't suffer prejudice as posters for our liking's. I believe that unconstructive criticism of any company should be considered flaming in the same vein as a poster being called dumb. These boards should be for discussion. Not self-pride. * WWE and TNA use the media to their fullest these days. So does the main WrestleZone page. Why can't we do the same? We love wrestling. And as part of my belief that even smaller companies should get light here, why not give a little more light via Youtube and Dailymotion? It's against forum rules for content to be downloaded, but not viewed. As possible sub-forums open, threads with videos highlighting their online content can come about. Think about it. A thread in the CHIKARA sub-forum to post, watch and give a general overview of the latest edition of Podcast-A-Go-Go. Or a thread in the AAA sub-section with episodes of AAA Sin Limite posted as uploaded on Youtube weekly. OK, maybe it's not that simple. But we as wrestling fan's become curious of other products as we look to extent our knowledge on this great passtime or hobby. With unity, we can discover new things, discuss them and make WrestleZone's wrestling sections be more than just "What happened this week on Raw" or "What's TNA overhyping now?". A pledge here is a pledge as a wrestling fan wanting to expand his/her enjoyment and knowledge and spreading to others. A pledge here is a pledge to what you are. A wrestling fan.