I can't speak for everyone else, but for me the answer is no. There is always something that could improve. It doesn't help that I root almost exclusively for heels.
its not only in this forum also in the germans forum, the most dont liked the 1000. episode of raw.After Monday's 1000th episode of Raw I came on here expecting to see lots of threads praising WWE for a great episode but the boards are full of people bitching about Punk, Rock, lack of Stone Cold, lack of Ambrose (whoever he is) etc etc.
Honestly? Monday's episode answered requests of the masses on here who have been clamouring for different things yet they still moan.
My question is, will those who moan EVER be happy watching the show or do they have to spend every minute analysing and criticizing the show as if they were paying for show production?
Not really.Honestly? Monday's episode answered requests of the masses on here who have been clamouring for different things yet they still moan.
All of this ^I was happy with wrestling 1992-2002 with WWF, WCW and ECW. I've been moderately content with TNA since 2010, moreso in the past 6 month. I'm thoroughly disillusioned with WWE. Its shit from top to bottom. One immediate and glaring WTF moment was JR appearing and immediately selling the wrestlers in the tag match better than Cole's entire recent history, yet he's kept in some backroom development show. Michael Cole is the worst play by play commentator in wrestling history. He is incapable of any insight, everything is in the immediate, calling what can clearly be seen. JR on the other hand, with a personal touch, can sell a wrestler. Just baffling decision making.
Will you please validate him by liking the s--t he likes, so we can blow each other on here and praise the WWE. When I'm satisfied, everyone must be. You do know OP the fans are paying through the nose for production with all of those mostly useless PPV's they have right? When you pay for product that is essentially stories, and the stories aren't good or even decently random like other sports, you do have the right to audit your purchase and whether that store is the right fit and why or why not. Called being a consumer, not a tool.Are wrestling fans ever happy? Yes. Are wrestling fans often happy with WWE? No.
What is the question that you really want to ask?