I'd like feedback on my article, which is too long to write.

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  1. Ivan Hernandez profile image91
    Ivan Hernandezposted 11 months ago

    I'd like help improving my article. It can be found here.
    https://hubpages.com/sports/TNAvsWWE
    I'd just like you to know that TNA is obsolete. It is now called GFW Impact. I did not anticipate the Brand Change.

    1. theraggededge profile image98
      theraggededgeposted 11 months agoin reply to this

      Hi Ivan,

      I just skimmed it as I know nothing about the topic. It looks very comprehensive.

      Make sure that the first time you use an acronym that you write the name in full, so like this: World Wrestling Federation (WWF). Then you can just use WWF for the rest of the article. Do that every time you first  mention an organisation by its initials.

      I don't think you can ask for personal donations like that, so get rid of that Paypal link.

      "I was very unsure who to pick, but when Matt Sydal won, I was shocked and exited for him.." should be 'excited'.

      Split your videos and images up, so they are through the article instead of being bunched together.

      Good luck.

      Edit: I think you need to edit your title, maybe "Top 4 Reasons Why GFW Impact Is Better Than WWE" You don't need the other words. And make sure it is in title case.

  2. yogaburnclub profile image85
    yogaburnclubposted 11 months ago

    This is a very comprehensive article and it's very informative for those who understand the wrestling jargon.

    For my advice try to simplify it to a lay man language.If you have acronyms but them in the bracket and give the full meaning.

    To my advice when writing a title try to follow the following points
    1.Craft it in a way it will create attention.
    2.Address it to a specific audience.
    3.Ensure you deliver a complete message on the title
    4.Make sure you draw the reader to read the rest of the article

    For your case, reason-why headline could be more appropriate that is '4 Reason why GFW is preferred to WWF this season'

  3. Breelyn Sirk profile image65
    Breelyn Sirkposted 11 months ago

    Wow, I give two thumbs up. I had brothers so I grew up on wrestling, wow wtf happened to Matt Hardy? I remember when they had the feud with the Brood, and I thought that was as weird as it could get

 
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