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post #31 of 38 (permalink) Old 11-07-2016, 04:57 AM
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Hell no. ROH has no production value. I tried to watch an episode but had to stop 5 mins in because it looks so cheap. It felt like playing an old RPG game after I just finished Skyrim. It's no WCW Nitro, WWE or old TNA. I want fire works, big ass titantron and dynamite!
You want fireworks and lights, I want a wrestling show that doesn't insult my intelligence. Luckily, I get that from ROH, Smackdown and Lucha Underground. Wish Raw would get their shit together so I could watch again.

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post #32 of 38 (permalink) Old 11-07-2016, 11:01 PM
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ROH is trash
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Re: Is WWE slowly becoming ROH?

WWE is not becoming "indie" they are just doing what they always do, making a profit of the current trends, they did it in the 80s when they stole all the talent from the competition (AWA and NWA), they did it in the late 90s when they signed all the "mistreated" midcard talent from WCW, and now they are doing it again: signing all the big names from the indies.

And saying ROH is trash is absurd, clearly that company has different product value than WWE, and caters to a different public but you can't deny that they have a sense to recognize talent before they become big, the same way original ECW was mismanaged but they were the first to signed talent who later become big names and legends of this business (Benoit, Guerrero, Rey Mysterio, RVD, Stone Cold, etc).
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post #34 of 38 (permalink) Old 11-08-2016, 01:29 AM
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ROH has characters and storylines, and they're better than WWE's.

You really are the worst poster on this site.
To bad it's not facts and only your opinion which holds the same weight as monkey piss. Until these shit indy ROH wrestlers because household names you speaking highly of and draw your opinion doesn't mean much because your opinion isn't facts.

You're the biggest crybaby on this site who always get ban and butt hurt because no one shares the same opinion as you. whine whine whine crybaby
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post #35 of 38 (permalink) Old 11-08-2016, 02:04 AM
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To bad it's not facts and only your opinion which holds the same weight as monkey piss. Until these shit indy ROH wrestlers because household names you speaking highly of and draw your opinion doesn't mean much because your opinion isn't facts.

You're the biggest crybaby on this site who always get ban and butt hurt because no one shares the same opinion as you. whine whine whine crybaby
So ROH having storylines and characters is an opinion now? What was Danielson/McGuinness, what was ROH vs CZW, what was Briscoe/Lethal, what was Whitmer/Corino? What exactly is Dalton Castle, what are The Briscoes, what is BULLET CLUB? I distinctly remember them being storylines and characters. You do understand the difference between opinions and facts right? I mean, that one ban you mentioned was for me calling you an idiot but you really don't make a good case to disprove me.

And whether people from a certain company draw or not has no reflection on whether said company has storylines or characters. That's a non sequitur. I honestly don't know what's worse about your posts, is it the ignorance, the bad grammar or the logical fallicies? It's really hard to decide...

oh I know, it's when you call people out for moaning when 90% of your post count is you whinging about "dem dam indy midgetz." Hypocrisy's one of my buttons.


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Re: Is WWE slowly becoming ROH?

ROH is ok but it's seen better days. To me the best Indy company will always be ECW.
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OP doesn't watch ROH.
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post #38 of 38 (permalink) Old 11-08-2016, 08:19 PM
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Re: Is WWE slowly becoming ROH?

That's what it feels like. They have definitely focused more on wrestling matches over everything else now more than ever. It's one of the reasons why their ratings are at an all time low too.
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