It Really Wasn't!
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Re: Official Indy DVD Thread
Thanks for reading it
I thought it might be too long for everyone. But I dunno, they need to find a balance when it comes to gimmicks/personality. Like it shouldn't just be two random Joe Nobodies but it shouldn't be a bunch of people pretending to be ghosts and truck drivers either. CHIKARA just seemed especially out of place on a show where everything was supposed to be so realistic, not even just their costumes and gimmicks but their lucha libre style just looked so choreographed and fake compared to the realistic MMA-influenced style everyone else was doing. I think Chris Hero would be a good example of being realistic but still having a personality
Wasn't too long and the reviews of yours that I've read (maybe like 2 others) are pretty entertaining even if I don't agree with them.
The Chikara guys really don't fit in with the rest of the roster. It's almost like they took the extremes with guys like Bobby Fish, Brad Allen, and Silas Young on one side and the Chikara guys on the other.
It's going to be a while before I pick up any DVDs now. I just put in my 2 weeks notice at work and I don't have anything lined up. Shouldn't be too hard to find another job but I plan on taking a few weeks off. I have plenty of savings but it just doesn't seem like a good idea to invest that money into DVDs. In fact I may end up selling some stuff on ebay.