Learning to break kayfabe
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Re: Does The Rock defend at Elimination Chamber??
What the fuck is wrong with you people, seriously?
All these comments like, "Rock doesn't need to fuck up his body in that chamber." "Rock wrestling at a non WM pay-per-view is already too much." "You don't waste talent like that on a B pay-per-view." Etc. Etc.
Are you REALLY Rock fans or not? If you were really a Rock fan you'd be fucking happy to see as much of him as he was willing to give you.
You're not Rock fans, you're fucking Dwayne Johnson fans. All you care about is preserving the guy's rep as some god-like untouchable who's "above" competing, and preserving the guy's health so he can make more AVERAGE movies for you to blow your summer dollars on. Concerning the latter, there's a chance he could be injured in ANY match. But, I don't hear anybody crying that he shouldn't compete because "oh god, he might get hurt." That's the nature of this business.
"You don't waste talent like that on a B pay-per-view." - What the fuck are you talking about? How is it a waste to book high brow talent on what you clearly classify as a sub-par production. It can only improve the product, and in no way hurt the talent. There was a time not too long ago when we didn't even have big names that only show for a handful of dates. Now that we do, it's set a bad precedent of main events solely centered around larger than life figures who no longer compete on the shows we watch week after week.
"Rock wrestling at a non WM pay-per-view is already too much." - So what you are really saying is, "I don't like the Rock". No? Then why the fuck would you complain about seeing more of him?
You gotta be kidding me. Elitist wrestling fans: now there's an oxymoron if I ever heard one.
Last edited by Aeruhl; 07-27-2012 at 11:08 AM.