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Old 11-16-2010, 11:08 AM   #6074 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by jawbreaker View Post

Meanwhile, PWG just put their belt on Claudio. In all fairness, the PWG belt doesn't really mean all that much, but Claudio is a guy whose game has just taken a massive step up recently. He is hotter than most people on the indies, and PWG recognizes that and they're giving him the belt because people want to see Claudio in main event matches. Plus now there is a ready-made feud with the other hottest guy on the indies, Chris Hero, over the belt just waiting to happen. That's why PWG is the best wrestling company in the world, because they put wrestlers people want to see against other wrestlers people want to see in the type of matches people want to see them in. In other words, they know what the fanbase wants, and they don't hesitate to give it to them.
PWG is just a super card company. They're hella fun to watch, but they give intelligent people the idea that they never think things through, but unlike Russo they actually allow people to have great matches. New Japan is on another level and smokes PWG. I would say they are the best wrestling company in the world. PWG gives the belt to people ROH doesn't, and they pay when those people NEVER defend the Championship, which makes it worthless.
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