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Old 01-10-2014, 03:30 PM   #21 (permalink)
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A properly booked heel looks a strong threat and someone you want to see get his ass handed to him by his rival. Not winning matches because Angle apparently can't take a bump properly, then because the refs are clueless in this company(now about a HEEL proving that he is better than the FACE for no reason) and someone you'd like to see get the fuck out of TNA. When a heel is a booked so bad that you want him to leave the company.

Same problem with his title reign. We were so on his reign as a dominate, unstoppable champion(to lead to a payoff match that never happened). Yet, he had no clean wins, besides the one where Sting knocked HIMSELF out by not watching where he was doing his own finisher. He wasn't even sold much as a heel who played mind games besides with Storm, which was like 4 weeks of his 8-month reign.



Then why have him on the roster in the first place?
Roode has bullied and outsmarted Angle in every single way, even my taking advantage of his injuries which lead to him KO himself out for not respecting medical orders.

In a shit era of heels, he's one of the few that clearly stands out. Mainly during his 2012 title reign which was in my opinion the best title reign the company ever had. That Slammiversary ending did suck and in contrast to today where Sting eats the pin for a normal impact match, perhaps it's a light in the end of the tunnel... and Sting might actually put over a guy like EC3 which would be unthinkable 3 or 4 years ago.
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Old 01-10-2014, 03:39 PM   #22 (permalink)
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Sting was in WCW '97, therefore he's tougher and stronger than anyone in TNA by default.
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So basically you're saying TNA should bury Sting and make him seem like a run of the mill lowcarder. If Sting's name drew no type of reaction from the wrestlers, he would have no use and you'd essentially be saying he isn't worth shit.


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Roode has bullied and outsmarted Angle in every single way, even my taking advantage of his injuries which lead to him KO himself out for not respecting medical orders.

In a shit era of heels, he's one of the few that clearly stands out. Mainly during his 2012 title reign which was in my opinion the best title reign the company ever had. That Slammiversary ending did suck and in contrast to today where Sting eats the pin for a normal impact match, perhaps it's a light in the end of the tunnel... and Sting might actually put over a guy like EC3 which would be unthinkable 3 or 4 years ago.


No, he hasn't outsmarted Angle. Let's look at it like this:
Roode beats Angle at BFG because he can't take a bump(that's LITERALLY what they've made out of it)
Angle does a great concussion angle with great acting, only to find out NO CONCUSSION.
He costs Angle a match. Yeah, a standout heel, right?
He cheats to beat Angle. Not a shocker since Roode never goes over.

And that doctor's order part is bullshit. Because they ONLY order he was given, and never utilized as a plot device, was a knee injury. Roode didn't even take advantage of a KO at BFG. He didn't get Kurt's neck injured, which was his entire offense at BFG, AND was agknowledged by Tenay & Taz, but never by the writers. Why?


Who the fuck knows?
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Old 01-10-2014, 03:56 PM   #24 (permalink)
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So you are going to ignore the fact Roode put Angle in a crossface for like 5 mins until he passed out right before the BFG match. okay... Attack after attack, Angle has been always one step behind Roode and Kurt's injuries and loses are making him question himself ala The Wrestler. Which Rooo takes advantage of to get inside his head.



Angle is now turning the page and is finally getting that win as a babyface over the heel. 101 Booking.
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So basically you're saying TNA should bury Sting and make him seem like a run of the mill lowcarder. If Sting's name drew no type of reaction from the wrestlers, he would have no use and you'd essentially be saying he isn't worth shit.
No, man, thats not what we're saying at all. We're saying that sting, for a number of reasons, principle among them being that hes very obviously old and out of shape, should NOT be booked as a talent capable of dessimating your roster single handedly because, at this stage, he has no business playing that role. Sting is better suited giving younger talent incredible matches where THEY go over clean, for whatever reason, because THAT can mean something for them as a worker AND the company that employs them. Stings name scaring the shit ot people serves no one but sting and unless you plan to put the belt on him, theres absolutely no benefit to writing him that way.

Sting may be a legend but his time has passed and its obvious. Taking respect for time served out of the equation, wouldnt you, as a fan, much rather see roode be afraid of someone his own age that has something to gain from beating him in a program that saw a series of give and take matches? I think you would because sting has nothing to gain from beating ANYONE in tna as, no matter what, he's still going to be sting at the end of the day...

Whereas, a win agajnst sting, even if its a jobber sting that makes you work for it, is still a win against a legend that everyone on the roster would look better for having on their resume. You can call that burying sting to midcarder status if you like, but honestly what the hell else is here there to do if not elevate talent above him? We've seen him as an unstoppable force for years now and its certainly not put any more asses in the seats.
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They should be afraid of Sting. They are not. That is why they still suck.A real veteran would beat the piss out of Magnus for his weak selling. Put the belt on him, he would never be seen again.
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Bobby Roode freaking out about facing sting was absolutely hilarious
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