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Re: TDL VI: ONE STEP CLOSER TO HEAVEN - THE RESULTS
Re. The Rock comparison @ Seabs. Tbh it was something that came into my head towards the end of my debate so I decided to run with it. Basically argued people might point to Rock losing more than say Austin (even if the majority of his losses weren't clean and full of interference) as evidence that once you capture the crowd's attention you can survive losing. Comparing him to Lesnar rested on showing how Rock back in his first run with the company could regain his heat/have any loss build to the payoff to a feud where he'd come out on top (e.g losing to Show & HHH at NWO & Wrestlemania before winning at Backlash), whereas Lesnar operating on a part time basis reduces the ways WWE can rectify a defeat and have Lesnar regain his aura.
I do feel it was a weaker effort than my last two submissions, but still happy to come out of it with a win. Will take the feedback on board as I concur that I could do with cutting the odd sentence down to relate to a question better, rather than merely reading well to judges.
Congrats to all the winners, some very strong entries here and nice to see a couple of individuals finally secure long awaited wins. The 'it's only CGS' line by Seabs creased me. Great job again on the skits in between the matches, never a dull read.
WOOLCOCK/TLK . Without doubt the biggest obstacle I've encountered to date and effectively the frontrunner in the division and arguably the entire league currently when you take into account his past reputation for debating alongside his consistency since returning. Hopefully both entries do the match justice and the truly best debate wins (no Greg that's not me pre-emptively congratulating you on your victory ).