OK, let me put it in layman's terms: You're defending WWE by agreeing with them blaming their fans.
That's what you're doing.
Well, what I am saying is that the fans were bullshit last night. When I go to a football game, if my team is playing shit I still support them and make as much noise as possible, same should go with the wrestling fans, you PAY to be there, so why go and not make noise, if a face comes out cheer him, if a heel comes out boo him, shit, it's not hard.
Look at it from the perspective of a casual fan:
Orton/ADR was a match that didn't matter, that featured botches. They did pop for the finish. It went on first & the crowd was killed by things after it, like PTP getting 20 minutes.
Sheamus/Big Show was a good match to us, but to a casual fan, it was the bad guy winning.
Hell No/Rhodes Scholars was a fuck-finish after a month long build-up based around a tournament that dominated WWE TV.
Any business trying to blame their failures on their customers is a joke. Coming from WWE it's just hilariously alienating.
They were in Atlanta, the hometown of Bill Goldberg. They put a quasi-Goldberg in the main event. Confiscated all Goldberg signs & then ended that title match with a fuck finish to boot. I'd have been pissed too.
The thing is Atlanta is, or at least was, a wrestling city. There was literally no excuse for the poor crowd response last night that was so irrational it made the whole product look terrible. The product, at least from a match quality standard, was the overall best its been since probably Mania yet they sat on their hands outside of cheering for old WCW wrestlers (Show, Rey, Ryback's Goldberg chants) & the PTP. The crowd can make or break a show & that is exactly what they did yesterday when the quality of booking & matches was actually pretty good on WWE's part.