Yep. We even got Dean Ambrose to finally debut (which is what many people wanted even though I don't know much about him) and people still bitched about the payperview. I thought the finish of the payperview was amazing.
2: Nothing about faking a heart attack is "attitude" or "extreme", it was just stupid. Show me some more shit like Steve Blackman blasting Shane off the titantron with a Kendo stick into the electronic crap, or Stone Cold dropping a highway divider beam on DX's RV and making it explode.
That's the good stuff. . .not some tasteless, lame 2 minute fake heart attack with terrible timing. Fuck that shit. Is that what's considered "extreme" now? Then there's truly no hope for an AE comeback. You guys have terribly low standards.
On the same show Ryback threw Brad Maddox into the ambulance and nobody gave a fuck.
So you want not some tasteless crap, you want the good stuff like Shane McMahon falling? You mean that segment only 1 year after the Owen Hart tragedy? You little hypocrite
People would look to the sky and see...hope. I'll take that from them first.
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Re: Do you agree with what Paul Heyman said?
I LOVED that Heyman made that point because that's exactly what I was saying the whole of last week. It's so funny how everybody claims they want the Attitude Era, but whenever WWE does anything even REMOTELY edgy, I hear people saying "why are they doing this? This is supposed to be a PG show."
Spot on comments by Heyman and I had no problem whatsoever with the heart attack angle.
Strategic marketing for wwe13. Since lawler agreed and whatever, i didnt take offense to it,there's no doubt in my mind lawler wouldn't have said or done something similar as a heel.
Yes thats edgy, no it has nothing to do with the attitude era and was cheap and in poor taste. I'd rather see maye young get bubba bombed 20 ft through some flaming tables anyday lol.
Paul heyman's a professional wrestling genius who likes to toot his own horn because anything that has to do with the attitude era has to do with him by default.just cos vince stole his edgy show and incorporated it into his. Vince Mcmahon pulls stuff like this all the time ever since the attitude era and beyond, probally came up with the whole thing and heyman worked up a nice promo to take credit for it and claim it was a taste of attitude and extreme to antagonize not only the people who already hate him, but the people who also like him. punk can learn alot from him.
No kool aid for me plz,i disagree and im a huge heyman fan. He could create an angle out of anything, and makes marks of us all.