I've been pondering this awhile, but do you think 205 Live could succeed touring on its own with a WWE women's focused show playing to smaller markets instead of being shoveled on late after Smackdown ends? I got this idea from going to several Ring of Honor shows and NXT house shows in the past with similar talent. Basically treat 205 like an indy show and rent smaller more intimate markets like Lowell Massachusetts with arenas in the 6,000-8,000 seat range instead of 20,000 seat plus places like the TD Garden? To break up the monotony of "little dudes doing flippy dippy stuff"(as fun as that is to watch) I'd also pair it up with a women's only focused promotion IE "WWE Revolution" that would give the women's roster a sorely needed chance to tell stories, get screen time, and showcase up and comers from NXT or the Mae Young tournament. I'd shoot it on a Wednesday in the general market area that just hosted a Raw or Smackdown and to draw people in and get them through the door I'd use a couple of main roster guys to have a quick opening dark match and offer autograph signings. So basically a two hour indy like show in smaller arenas giving fans something a little different than what the main shows offer. Do you think it could work?