Originally Posted by Redead
The nexus attack didnt end with the implication that a man had just died in the middle of the ring infront of everyone's eyes
But it was the implication that Cena, Punk, Lawler and others were really injured and that Justin Roberts was unconscious at the hands of Daniel Bryan.
A question, when last year Brock Lesnar broke the arm of Triple H have you felt uncomfortable watching a man breaking other mans arm? I guess not because you know it's entertainment. So where is the difference between watching Triple H screaming in pain to sell the angle and Boss Man playing dead to sell this angle?
If you find on the internet a video where a man legit breaks the arm of another man you will look different at it than at the Triple H and Lesnar segment right?
If you also find a video on the internet where a man hangs himself and compare it to the Bossman/Undertaker angle it should be not different than the Hunter/Lesnar comparison right? But yet people have a hard time.
Is it because we still think wrestling is somehow more real than other entertainment shows?
I watched John Travolta shooting a woman in the head in the "from Paris with Love" movie and I watched Undertaker killing someone on a scripted show called sports entertainment. Where is the difference? Both is entertainment with people playing their characters