I am not a people pleaser, i say things as i feel, if you like it good, if you dont, is your right. I am huge fan of the Yankees, i like Lebron but the Miami heat more, i love the WWE, dont really know why since the lost their love for their fans, the way they book their show tells you they are not trying, the WWE is good recognizing talent but is great wasting it also. My guy Sheamus is the big example for that.
He was really over when he started his World title reign(despite the 18 seconds "good" idea), but they thought it was a good idea to give him a 5 months rivalry with Alberto del Rio and then have him beat midcarders every week with no real feuds or story behind it. If you dont have an storyline it wont matter if you win all of the matches you participate in, nobody will care. You are more relevant when you lose a feud than when you win random matches against guys on the lower card, how can that really help or keep you relevant? if you win the matches they become predictable and if you lose them, you wont be seen as a top guy.
Then they will say you were not over enoug or that you were not good enough. Pathetic. Sheamus should be glad to be top 5 guy in merchandise sell on Arenas and still has support from a good portion of the crowd. Not to mention the millions of facebook and twitter fans he has.
Undertaker(Dont need to say anything, is taker)
Sheamus(He can have a good match against pretty much anyone(even, Big Show, Ryback and Sandow)
HHH (The best heel of the last 20 years, even today he can make people hate him)
Orton (The best Viper, Authority's puppet, Legend Killer and Apex Predator, he can do everything, he will get into your skin)
Seth Rolling and Dean Ambrose (I like Rollins because he is awesome in the ring and Ambrose because he is the real deal, dont know wich one pic above the other, both are great)
Roman Reigns(He is good, but he will be better)
Learn to spell , idiot.
The content was pretty awesome. I actually did not watch in the 80s, I was born in 88, was a kid, basically playing about lol. But I did sometimes follow it, my dad and uncles loved it. I got into it around the time Owen Hart died, in 1999. Became a fan officially en route to Survivor Series. I watched a lot of old matches on the Network though, like some that I recalled seeing before like Austin and Bret Hart in that submission match etc.
hey old buddy i am back
Dude TTTT was actually quite enjoyable.
I did, during Free November. I liked the old matches, beyond the ring, NXT, to watching Superstars to listen to my girlfriend Renee speak. :) I liked it, but I unsubscribed. Don't think I have time to watch it everyday, and I don't think WWE deserves 9.99 from me, which would really be 9.99 X 6.7 for my currency lol. I will take it closer to Wrestlemania season.
I've touched on WWE Network content before. There'll be more to come.
They really do.
WWE is Crap without Orton and Heel Sheamus.
Yeah, I could care less also. Those awards mean nothing. I love how they tell you go vote on the App, after the presenter comes out with the fancy envelope. Then when they get back, "The ballots have been counted." They then open the fancy envelope they JUST came out with and announce the winner!