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how humiliating for Seth being taken down by a fan. Imagine if they tried that on Lesnar.
how humiliating for Seth being taken down by a fan. Imagine if they tried that on Lesnar.
I Know that's humiliation,and the guy was fat. Seth needs to learn how to defend a double leg take down.

That isn't a funny joke or troll at all.
Respond to the thread buddy. This isn't rants.
 

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Im going to have to agree with this,even mankind could own a fan back then. These guys aren't tough like the ones from yesteryear.
well, when you go from your locker room culture of fighting off police departments in barroom brawls to fighting on twitter over high scores on call of duty, thats what happens
 

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Im going to have to agree with this,even mankind could own a fan back then. These guys aren't tough like the ones from yesteryear.
'the ones from yesteryear' also knew they could drag that type of guy backstage and do what the hell they wanted with him or even do it in front of the fans. Talent these days know they put themselves at risk of getting arrested or punished if they went all in and with that many fan cameras on them.

It is a different business then and now. There were different reasons for being legit tough back in the day in a tough kayfabe business where talent wasn't overly protected and the sport attracted a different demographic of wrestlers. The attitude era and beyonds popularity across the world, big money, combined with the reality tv approach saw a generation of different fans and inspired wannabe wrestlers that didn't any longer predominantly come from tough backgrounds, exacerbated by hiring models, crossover athletes and more. Not really sure how anyone knows there aren't pretty tough people in the locker room despite apparent popular belief anyway. Simply a different era of living.
 

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how humiliating for Seth being taken down by a fan. Imagine if they tried that on Lesnar.
Dude, Seth Rollins put that fan in a Guillotine hold, and it took a referee to break his hold.

Rollins effectively controlled a fan who was bigger than him too.

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For the record, he did it while being BLINDSIDED btw.
 

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'the ones from yesteryear' also knew they could drag that type of guy backstage and do what the hell they wanted with him or even do it in front of the fans. Talent these days know they put themselves at risk of getting arrested or punished if they went all in and with that many fan cameras on them.

It is a different business then and now. There were different reasons for being legit tough back in the day in a tough kayfabe business where talent wasn't overly protected and the sport attracted a different demographic of wrestlers. The attitude era and beyonds popularity across the world, big money, combined with the reality tv approach saw a generation of different fans and inspired wannabe wrestlers that didn't any longer predominantly come from tough backgrounds, exacerbated by hiring models, crossover athletes and more. Not really sure how anyone knows there aren't pretty tough people in the locker room despite apparent popular belief anyway. Simply a different era of living.
You don't have to be from a tough background to whoop a mfers ass. There's probably several people on the roster that could a mfers ass. We don't know. You're just assuming shit.
 
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