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"Internet wrestling community" As in people who watch wrestling, who have internet, or people who like to voice their opinions of stuff on the internet. AS IN EVERYONE. It's 2018, come join me, where the majority of people in the western world have open access to internet and use it on a daily basis. You don't hear forms of entertainment such as movies labeling the people on forums as "INTERNET MOVIE FANS" Only in this antiquated world of wrestling stuck in the Hulk Hogan ages where people are looked down upon for voicing their opinions on the internet.

This isn't 1999 anymore where only rich people have internet and we still using dial up AT&T. IWC is not a real thing.
 

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Not everyone who watches wrestling voices their opinions of it over the internet.
You might be right, but the internet is just a platform in which people voice their opinions. That be either in person, or online or however you can share your opinion with other people. At the end of the day everyone has an opinion not just people on the "internet". You don't here any other community of fans where sharing opinions on the internet is looked down upon. Like it is some form of new technology that only nerds use.
 

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I wish people would actually comment on the topic instead of just shrugging it off because it says "IWC". smh
 

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You might be right, but the internet is just a platform in which people voice their opinions. That be either in person, or online or however you can share your opinion with other people. At the end of the day everyone has an opinion not just people on the "internet". You don't here any other community of fans where sharing opinions on the internet is looked down upon. Like it is some form of new technology that only nerds use.
Sharing your opinion on wrestling on the internet isn't really looked down upon anymore though and if it was, that's only because of the negative outlook society has upon wrestling itself, not the act of sharing your opinion.

Look at it this way, society doesn't really like pro wrestling. So what do you think they think of people who actively spend time online to discuss it with?
 
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