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post #41 of 42 (permalink) Old 04-23-2017, 09:04 AM
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Re: Are Smark Justice Warriors the wrestling community analog of Social Justice Warriors?

I got bored after the first paragraph, so I tried.

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SJW's are a detriment to this generation.

Smark Justice Warriors are 50/50 some are just tools to be tools. Some may consider me a Smark JW because I like(d) Punk and Bryan. I also really like some WWE creations Wyatt (even though they keep screwing him up) and Strowman. I also believe Vince is not a genius nor was he ever. Too many bad ideas and gimmicks. He gave his stars creative freedom because of the threat of losing his business scared the shit out of him. He wanted Rocky Maivia instead of The Rock. He wanted The Ringmaster instead of Stone Cold. He thought Lex Luger could go from a Mr Perfect ripoff to a Hogan ripoff in a few months would catch on. The scene at the end of Summerslam 93 when everyone is celebrating Lex's countout win over WWF champ Yokozuna.

I think HHH has taken credit for others great work and dubbed NXT his when in reality Dusty Rhodes, William Regal and some of the World's greatest Independent Wrestlers have made it what it is. Is HHH deserve some credit? Sure a modicum. I think Stephanie McMahon is simply an example of nepotism.

I think WWE's problem is they are too scripted and creatively stifling. Also storyline continuity is most times pathetic if not non-existent. Problem is they need former wrestlers and fans of the product not some douche that wrote for Days Of Our Lives or Teen Mom 2.
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