Can't believe people are falling for what BULLY's doing now.
His new shtick is way better than that "big fish of rants/who HAVEN'T I owned" rubbish. I never read the whole BULLY/PUSSY rant since it went six million pages and why would I put myself through that? but most people would've bounced and took a multi-month sabbatical (or left for good and later faked their own death) after that. Looks like he took it on the chin and decided to run with it instead. Can't knock him for that, I suppose.
In a world where niches, hobbys and subcultures can dissapear in a blink in an eye, its not out of the question that wrestling can be outlawed or even so unprofitable that no-one can afford to even own a ring
So imagine this, WWE and any other wrestling related thing you care to name were to be simply discontinued, ending the medium as a whole across the board,
Will it be added to the memorial wall of entertainment the same way The Gladiator Games did?
Or will it chucked into the trash along with Bear Baiting and Minstrel shows?
see the irony in those those examples? okay whatever
regardless where in history it will ultimately be placed, in the wake of complete dissapearance,
WHAT WILL YOUR POSSIBLE THOUGHTS FEELINGS REACTIONS AND OR PLANS BE?
For me I will be glad if it does
Because just like video gaming in the wake of Take Back Mass Effect and Ollie North being CODs pitchman wrestling has little to no possibility of retribution. Pop culture in its attempts to consume everything and sterotype/demonize anything that Justin Bieber, Rebecca Black and any Football Star you care to name hasn't given their seal of approval to in Entertainment Weekly not to mention F***ING Corporate America as a whole has seen to that.
The broken goods will be finally put to rest, no-one will be able to hurt it anymore short of the discovery of an archaeologally found scandal within the ruins
Efeds,memorabilia, botch reels, CAW presentations, fantasy booking,fan made games etc will BE the wrestling biz, mostly non profit sure but will all that can be possibly had outside of "backyarding"
More possibility of conceptive innovation imagination freshness and variety than wrestling nowadays can ever achive
If anybody on this forum works in the wrestling biz or MAKES A LIVING OFF OF IT in some way then your would-be scorn will be understandable aswell
Everyone thinks we are hypocrytes because we cry out for new wrestlers to be pushed and when we get it we complain
OKAY MOTHERF***ERS IF YOU WANTED TO BE SPECIFIC THEN FINE
We want to see new main eventers that have been around forever, won every undercard title have more than earned their stripes with WWEs BS roadschedule and backstage cliques and politicians alone to justify these midcard titles even existing to begin with
Not guys that are brought in just for the push, most of which are within one year span SOME OF WHICH OF WHICH DONT EVEN WIN ANY MIDCARD OR TAG TITLES OR HAVE ANY HISTORIC RUN WITH THEM BEFORE WINNING THE BIG ONE p***ing on all the hard work that guys like:
MVP, Carlito, Morrison, Val Venis, Christian, Ricky Steamboat, D'lo Brown and so on have done
Removing whatever ladder of success and hierachy may have been in place, further ruining the illusion of pro wrestling
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1. Jinder has a degree in Communications and Culture from the University of Calgary.
2. At his FCW try out Steve Keirn, Pat Patterson and Mike Rotunda saw him wrestle but Mahal thinks that what sold him to the WWE was his ability to speak Punjabi and his authentic costume like his turban.
3. People call Jinder Mahal a jobber, but Jinder actually has 27 wins and 32 losses in all of WWE shows combined.
4. Outside the WWE, Jinder Mahal has won the PWA Heavyweight Championship once, PWA Tag Team Championship three times and the Stampede Wrestling International Tag Team Championship twice.
5. Jinder Mahal was unbeaten for about five months on TV since his debut on April 29, 2011 to September 23, 2011, when he lost to the Great Khali.
6. After the feud with Khali finished, Mahal would go after superstars who he deemed as beneath him or an embarrassment, hence wrestling more on Superstars and NXT.
7. PWI ranked Jinder Mahal #336 of the top 500 singles wrestlers in the PWI 500 in 2011.
8. Jinder Mahal has 48,563 followers on Twitter. Much, much more than you do.
9. When Dhesi's character, Jinder Mahal, gets angry, his voice is actually a reminiscent of a legendary American wrestler, the Ultimate Warrior. (Source)
10. On Raw 1000, when the Brothers Of Destruction gave Jinder Mahal the rub, he was TRENDING WORLDWIDE on Twitter.
11. Jinder Mahal is never allowed to enter gas stations, because Jinder always carries matches.
12. Jinder Mahal is better than at least two of your five favorite wrestlers in terms of wrestling or mic skills. TRUE FACT.
13. Jinder Mahal was the runner-up in the largest Battle Royal in the WWE (Smackdown!) history. He lasted longer than the likes of CM Punk, Daniel Bryan, Christian, Sheamus, the Miz and Wade Barrett in that 40 Man Battle Royal.
14. Jinder Mahal never pays electricity bills because he gets loads of cheap heat.
15. Jinder Mahal has 5 wins under his belt in the new NXT, most victories by any heel on that show.
16. Jinder Mahal has more finishers than Cena's entire moveset - The Camel Clutch, Full Nelson Slam, Sands Of Time and the Death Valley Driver.
17. Jinder Mahal has 5 clean wins over Yoshi Tatsu, the most wins by anyone from the current roster against Yoshi.
18. Jinder Mahal is the only man to not to lose clean to the undefeated wrecking machine, Ryback.
19. Jinder Mahal has two clean victories over "The Personification Of Domination" Ezekiel Jackson; whereas the Rock, Stone Cold Steve Austin, the Undertaker, Triple H, Shawn Michaels, Brock Lesnar, CM Punk, Randy Orton and John Cena have none.
20. Jinder Mahal is actually passionate about the business unlike many others. GNW's(Great North Wrestling) owner and booker Devon Nicholson, who wrestles under the name Hannibal, had to say this about Jinder Mahal: "Raj is truly a wrestler. He is very passionate about the sport and has worked very hard to get where he is now. He has the spirit of a true wrestler which I like. He paid his dues to get in the business, he wrestles hard, trains hard in the gym," said Nicholson. "Raj is not like a lot of guys in FCW and WWE who have just been signed for their look and are just wrestling for a paycheque or fame. He is the type of person who would still wrestle if he were a multimillionaire because he enjoys it so much. I respect him a lot for this and I hope that he does very well in WWE."
*A slightly updated version (5 more points) of the one I posted in the other section. Thought that posting here would attract a wider audience .