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Shtaym Syek

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  1. Thanks for holding down the fort, gb. I'll take it from here.

  2. Six pages of people patting you on the back just wasn't good enough?It's been a year, we need to see the end product.This makes absolutely zero sense.
  3. Cena squashed Miz right after that. Saw one report of it that rang true: At least with the Rock and SCSA, the McMahons always put them in seemingly impossible situations that took them months to get out of. Now, Cena gets out of mediocre situations each night, and squashes everyone on the roster. It's boring.Plus, Rock and SCSA were just better. Cena's not the guy. He's close, but he's missing that superstar edge.
  4. Can't wait to hear you demolish it. I never understood the love for that game.
  5. That's what you're seeing. There's much more actual wrestling on WWE shows now than the 90's. Much, much more actual wrestling on weeklies than the 80's WWF (squash matches aren't wrestling).They're just calling it something else for marketing purposes. Why does that upset you so much?Yeah, but the total amount of actual wrestling available to the consumer is way down. The 90s had WCW on a couple nights a week, and you may have even got some ECW depending on where you lived. Both operations emphasized wrestling over storylines way more than the WWE does now or ever has under Vince.I have
  6. Again, what's the big deal? They still wrestle. A lot. You obviously do not follow this data too closely.I'll stop trying to make a point here. You're obviously not going to listen. I made the point about 80's wrestling shows, but you set up the straw man anyway, and insulted me in the process.Enjoy your thread. I'll go somewhere else.
  7. That's what you're seeing. There's much more actual wrestling on WWE shows now than the 90's. Much, much more actual wrestling on weeklies than the 80's WWF The amount of actual wrestling today Is way down. There is less actual match time, SiGNIFICANTLY less. PW Torch tracks the actual wrestling time for each show and for the two largest, WWE and TNA , the % of actual match time is the lowest it has ever been.That's great, but it's apples to oranges. Barry Horowitz matches don't count.
  8. Again, what's the big deal? They still wrestle. A lot.
  9. That's what you're seeing. There's much more actual wrestling on WWE shows now than the 90's. Much, much more actual wrestling on weeklies than the 80's WWF (squash matches aren't wrestling).They're just calling it something else for marketing purposes. Why does that upset you so much?
  10. Really? Seems like he's #####ing about nothing. So they're not using the word "wrestling". It's not changing anything about that promo other than the word.Get over it. It's a multi-billion dollar business. It HAS to be a corporation.
  11. This is one of the biggest problems right now. There were 8 WWF/E Heavyweight title changes from 1963-1979. 5 in the 80's. 39 in the 90's. 49 since 2000. For the Intercontinental title, 15 title changes from 79-89, 44 in the 90's, 69 since 2000. Being champion doesn't mean jack anymore. Going from an average of 1 PPV per year and no weekly show where the top wrestlers fought each other to 12 PPVs and 2 shows a week probably has something to do with that.
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