Former WWE manager Armando Estrada spoke to Busted Open Radio recently, and says he thinks fans are too hard on WWE, comparing the programming to other popular cable TV shows.

"Take your favorite television show, whether it's The Walking Dead, Game of Thrones, whatever it may be. I was a big Breaking Bad fan," he said. "Imagine if that show was on three hours a week every week of the year. What would happen to the quality of the storytelling or the writing? Think about the performers from being saturated, to being all over your screen and not feeling special anymore. Just think about that for a second. I think that answers the question. These guys – the WWE production team, the creative team – they've got to come up with original content that when you add up three hours of Raw, Smackdown, all the other shows that they do in addition to the programming that's on the Network that they're coming up with. Think about how much content these guys are asked to come up with on a weekly basis, every single week. It's very challenging to keep it fresh, to keep it interesting….At the end of the day, Vince is getting a nice check from NBC Universal for producing 'X' amount of hours and you know what? People are still tuning in. There's still going to be that hardcore audience to tune in every single week and you know what? If they don't like what they're watching on the USA Network, it's easy. They can get better content, but they have to pay $9.99 on the WWE Network. It's genius!"

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You can listen to a clip of the show below.