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  1. Unless you’re covering all the $11.99s he makes for complaining about WWE, he absolutely should not just stick to what you personally enjoy.
  2. He’s booked as a performer on the cruise, isn’t he?
  3. You’re taking the piss, but don’t underestimate how petty Vince is. The Rock vs Mankind Halftime Heat empty arena match was a direct shot at AEW’s ticket sales since Tony Khan stopped buying them all.
  4. Please teach Levesque about his promotion, fans and style to save the business. But hey, you'd be the guy mad when they started shooting jumpers instead of set shots.
  5. Assuming we learn from our mistakes, it’s more natural doing things wrong then right, rather than the other way round.
  6. Reddit done good picture of him. Five stars, would be seven if they’d used a kanji font. It may seem cruel, but then you have to consider he comes out with shit like this about Kenny Omega:
  7. He’s a disgrace of a man who doesn’t mind having a laugh at himself and is smart enough to turn negatives into positives.
  8. Hmm... How exactly would Kenny Omega being presented/booked as a star rather than a mid-level geek have hurt any of those three?
  9. "I guess he just doesn't feel the need to be the Kenny Omega we saw in Japan" -- but presumably the audience they're going for now haven't seen him in Japan. He surely should have established himself as the big swinging dick in AEW and then used that status to help a Hangman Page. Page being a sad loser would have more of a contrast with Kenny if Kenny was a winner, for example. And the frustrating thing about it is that Omega's big losses have been against the likes of Jericho, Ambrose and Neville -- ex-WWE guys who are already more famous than him and don't really get any rub from beating him. So he's lowered his own stock and reinforced that the guys from the big leagues are better than even the very best of the people you're seeing for the first time.
  10. Edge retired nine years ago. He had a thirteen year WWE career. And I’d been watching it for seven years before he debuted.
  11. False. WWE being a caricature is spot on, whereas AEW is real sports feel where the characters come off as legit shootfighter athletes with quirks. And if you paid attention to the stories they’re telling on Marko Stunt’s Tumblr or YouTube or something in the ring, you’d know that. Go suck a blood money covered dick in Saudi Arabia, you dork.
  12. WWE's storytelling in their undercard matches is incredible. Well, it could be, for all I know. I'm not going to sit there and watch a Ricochet vs Mojo Rawley match to find out.
  13. In which case, "RaW dOeSn'T tElL sToRiEs" was probably a bit of a stupid thing to post when you could've just said "It was more exciting than Raw" or some such. Also, I'm annoyed that we're several months into the show now and Kenny Omega and Chris Jericho are still using the same finisher.
  14. Yes! How on earth did that happen? I was already wondering why Kane had blood running down his face, but presumably he'd just sweated some of his eye makeup off. The glasses definitely confused me.
  15. But you've admitted you weren't paying attention to them. The Bray Wyatt feud was all about Rollins going over to the dark side. It's one of the few strengths of Bray Wyatt's character, he is a great facilitator at times of corrupting an opponent and leading to a heel turn. It just usually never goes anywhere because they don't want to turn the cash cows into baddies. It was an intriguing part of Bray's feud with Cena a few years ago, where he was tempting Cena to be an absolute cunt to get the job done - but JC didn't need to. But with Rollins, Bray's plan worked, as Seth was resorting to all sorts of evil shite to survive and win the cell match. It doesn't necessarily make for a great match, but it certainly moves a man to evil. The Braun Strowman match at Clash of Champions had elements of it as well, with Rollins having to bring out his old Authority finisher to get the job done. Even stuff in that period like the Raw match with Humberto was Seth evaluating his own hubris and humility - firstly underestimating the upstart's ability to hang with him, and then getting a bit pissed off with it and having to pull out the big guns to win, then stomping away from the ring in a mood before going back in uncertain of whether to shake the kid's hand or lamp him.
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