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Old 09-18-2012, 09:10 PM   #2699 (permalink)
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Default Re: Dean Ambrose Pre-Debut Discussion Thread

This latest discussion has prompted me to remind users as to what a "mark" is. It's a carney term for rubes and "suckers" that get swept away by the hype of an act. A lot of wrestler's apparently don't like using that term, although I reckon a few would be bemused by some of these "smarks" ( or "guys who know they're getting conned") letting their childish fandom shine through despite their age.

As for Ambrose, a lot of things can happen with him. It may be that I'm taking too many people's posts at face value (like a lot were with JoseDRiveraTCR7'S trollish comment), but I know there are some out their that are sincere with their 'demands' from the company. Don't say the guy "needs" to be in the ME, and don't say the guy "needs" to be fired or relegated. What do you guys 'know about' outside your taste? I'd be willing to bet 90% of this forum's section wouldn't know much about anything outside their own preferences. It's all up to the company, which can be better or for worse in our eyes.

Personal taste isn't all that important in the overall scheme of things. It only matters to the company when it's representative of the majority they can eventually appease/exploit.

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