Only thing i liked from the concert was the Vickie song and the penis joke, that actually surprised me. I was kinda disappointed when Punk came out because right when It started to get entertaining the concert was done. Liked the brawl more so because they actually got physical, something i wanted from Cena & Rock last year. Liked that and the Team Hell No & Flair segments skipped everything else (turned to RAW to see Cena won i laughed). Watched Hart/ Sid from IYH: Its Time, ok match but Michaels commentary stole the show. Watching the match made me realize that i don't watch much WWF new gen/pre attitude era stuff.
Originally Posted by Amber B
Justifying the stupidity of one show with stupidity of another just kills any type of logical argument.
Originally Posted by KingOfKings
most members of the IWC are just as bad if not worse than the retarded casuals you see on Tout, Facebook and Twitter rambling on about their nonsensical ideas about the product. Just because someone has access to a computer and thus has access to an internet Wrestling forum doesn't exactly mean you're a smark in any sense of the word and in most cases it's the opposite.
Well at least they seemed to have listened to the complaints about their original price structure and changed them, now the disc DVD sets are only £2 dearer than SV, something I suppose, I'll still be buying less than I did though...
Location: In an alley in Burbank trying to re-enter the earth's atmosphere in an old refrigerator box.
Re: Official DVD/Match/Show Discussion Thread
Great seeing Finlay on TV again. There were rumours he'd been resigned which he shot down but a couple of months later rumours again circulated that he'd been offered a position again. Was a crap reason to be fired for anyway. People need to understand to separate WWE the show from real life and accept that things like interrupting a national anthem are done purely from a character perspective to build heat for an individual and a match later in the show. Annoying how society has become so sensitive and prone to complaining that classic wrestling antics are now being latched onto as 'unacceptable'. Del Rio ripping the sign of a kid praising Sheamus and the mother ranting on twitter about him being a bully a prime example. Its wrestling 101 and is part of the show.
Finlay on TV > Noble on TV. But both are special talents and its a crying shame Noble really got little to no run after his initial cruiserweight push on TV. Would have made a fine US/IC champion instead of treading water for years and becoming stagnant.
The real booking travesty however is that we now have both Regal & Finlay on the books at WWE and for some ungodly reason we're not being given sub 10 minute matches on TV. Fuck have them work the scrubs of NXT and Superstars for all I care, Finlay & Regal being backstage/commentating respectively is as much of a waste as continually pushing Miz is, feck sake.
Not seen Cena/Ziggler. Don't get the booking behind it whatsoever. The idea of Ziggler trying various routes to screw Cena out of a victory isn't bad, but they should handle it more tastefully and give him strong nearfalls without sacrificing his signature offence. Cena winning with one move also doesn't help given the moves he's kicking out of and only serves to make Ziggler look weak and further explain why crowds won't take him seriously as a champion. I get that Cena will be in a big money match and you don't ideally want him losing too much, but there has to be a smarter way to book around Ziggler needing good exposure and to be presented in proper fashion whilst compensating for the fact Cena can't be doing too many jobs before a big money bout at Wrestlemania.
Cody being the latest person to pimp Sheamus/Ziggler from Main Event ensures I shall watch it at some point tonight.