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Old 03-11-2013, 11:00 PM   #11 (permalink)
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I like complaining about it, go figure.
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Old 03-12-2013, 01:27 AM   #12 (permalink)
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Wrestling fans are probably the strangest people I've ever come across. I don't really understand how people can bitch about how much they hate something, but yet continue to watch it each and every week. I understand that the WWE has a large history of being entertaining and that it would be hard to give up, especially if you've watched it for a long time. But the people on these forums really baffle me. There are a lot of of people who simply only see the negative aspects of the product.
its like this. Its da internetz - da place where you complain and be a negative bitch because its badass to be a complaining little bitch.
Im 99% sure that most of those who can only whine and moan on here doesnt really hate the product if you talk to them in real, face to face.

Its pretty much the same as someone who says hes built like a tank, have 110 girlfriends and looks like Brad Pitt. He really doesnt.

Then you have the character category on this forum. Heelkris is a fine example of a heel poster. How do you know who is a character? they over do their shit so it gets fairly obvious.

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Old 03-12-2013, 02:12 AM   #13 (permalink)
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It's not just wrestling fans. It's fans with Internet connections in general. For every positive opinion on the Internet there's 50 negative ones.
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Old 03-12-2013, 02:41 AM   #14 (permalink)
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Wrestling fans are probably the strangest people I've ever come across. I don't really understand how people can bitch about how much they hate something, but yet continue to watch it each and every week. I understand that the WWE has a large history of being entertaining and that it would be hard to give up, especially if you've watched it for a long time. But the people on these forums really baffle me. There are a lot of of people who simply only see the negative aspects of the product.
Same could be said for sports fans that still watch their team play when they aren't doing well. You keep watching because you think they will get better.
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Old 03-12-2013, 02:51 AM   #15 (permalink)
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Oh god everyone saying "It's the IWC" or "It's the internet durr." needs to shut up and go dunk their head in a piranha tank. You're part of the IWC. Get off your high horse. What a stupid goddamn term. Nobody talks about an "Internet television community". Stop falling for the line wrestlers give you that you should love everything they do. It's an excuse for crappy work.

Anyway. I complain when it's bad because I know how could it can be when it's good. And because, here's a shocker, you have to be watching the shows to know what you're complaining about!

When did this board get so stupid? Good lord.
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Old 03-12-2013, 02:54 AM   #16 (permalink)
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Welcome to the IWC.
Dangit, you stole exactly what I was going to say.

And I agree w/the person who said that it's the nature of the internet. Another trend I've noticed - on blogs, if not forums - is that the earlier comments usually determine the tide of the responses for the most part. But even so, it's rare, pleasant, and surprising to find all positive comments, and that's usually on a topic with few comments. But usually there'll be that one person or group of people who can't stand the positivity and feel it's their duty to pull people back down out of the clouds.

....Those people are known as dicks.

Let's be real here: there are a ton of people who do not feel that the mores/rules of society apply in the virtual world, so they can be as negative and unpleasant as they dare because likely as not there will be no consequences. I don't mind if people complain if they outline what the issue is (and at least try to view an issue objectively as well), and if they are not constantly complaining and are negative about everything.

But I get you, OP. And yes, I'll say it again: "WE ARE THE IWC."
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Old 03-12-2013, 03:28 AM   #17 (permalink)
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Wrestling fans are probably the strangest people I've ever come across. I don't really understand how people can bitch about how much they hate something, but yet continue to watch it each and every week. I understand that the WWE has a large history of being entertaining and that it would be hard to give up, especially if you've watched it for a long time. But the people on these forums really baffle me. There are a lot of of people who simply only see the negative aspects of the product.
There just isn't much that is positive in WWE right now. The IC and US champs are losing EVERY week, devaluing the titles, they broke up Rhodes Scholars, had them jobbing, then possibly reunited them (?), the tag division has zero momentum with Team Hell No stale and rarely defending the gold, Dolph rarely wins with the MITB case, the Divas division has had no momentum since Eve left, they're building their main WM matches with part timers who won't be on every week (one of which is their CHAMPION), lots of filler on Raw and Smackdown, etc. Even some of the stuff that gets high remarks on these forums (Brad Maddox, Shield because of their booking and overly scripted promos when their leader is brilliant on the mic) is overrated because it's better than most of the rest. I understand where you're coming from, as I have taken hiatuses from the product (after the Springer episode in 2010 until R-Truth's heel turn in 2011 with a short return in the summer/fall when Nexus was gaining steam, but left as soon as it was clear WWE would screw it up) as well as posting (numerous times), but WWE has a long history of delivering so it's very hard to give up and I do get a little harder on them because I know they can do much better, especially when their bad shows often reek of little effort and long term planning. And seeing as how there hasn't been one good Raw in the Road to WM yet (the Punk/Cena one was the closest due to that match being MOTY so far), it's natural to be more vocal because May-December is historically their cool off period and has been ever since WCW was purchased, and the recent Raws feel like episodes from those months for some reason.

And no, wrestling forums aren't the only place online that are filled with negativity.
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