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post #41 of (permalink) Old 10-04-2012, 03:56 PM
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Re: Why do some fans act above wrestling?

Originally Posted by Cloverleaf View Post
I doubt they watch with the view to complain. I bet they watch in the hope that one day, just maybe, it'll be good again or you catch that great match that happened this week, go online say it was awesome then diss the next segment cause it was a joke.

They talk about the good and the bad.

How about you go start a thread about at least one good post or thread that you've read?

p.s I know who Dean Ambrose is. I saw one match against CM Punk, it was pretty good.

I apologise for the retard comment. It was out of line, accurate, but out of line.

And I quote "some people don't want a negative environment"

Have you seen your thread and what you have brought to the table? How bloody ironic.
Definitely don't watch because I want to bitch... in fact I'm getting to the point of tuning out of the WWE again.

What I find funny is that many of the posters he talks about actually will willingly heap praise on something done right. Sure, in the WWE section they are ripping the product to shreds... but I see many of the same posters so jaded and cynical there actually going into the TNA section and actually enjoying and celebrating much of what is going on. It's just a matter of a product being successfully booked and giving us WRESTLING fans actual WRESTLING instead of half baked entertainment. We will rip apart a poor product, but many of us will happily praise a good product or good decision. And in all honesty, I'd rather be gushing like a fanboy... means I'm having a blast watching and don't feel like a cheap whore after being used for three hours.

Thanks for the wonderful memories Ultimate Warrior... happy you got to be recognised as the legend you are before you went. Rest in peace
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