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2021-08-01 1:12:22 PM  
I chuckled when I saw a video of it.

But I don't like the gimmick.
 
2021-08-01 1:15:14 PM  

puffy999: I chuckled when I saw a video of it.

But I don't like the gimmick.


I grew up watching Stampede Wrestling, WWE, WCW, etc.

I wish there was WWE competition. :(

I've tried watching AEW and I can't stand it.
 
2021-08-01 1:31:39 PM  
What I want to know about all this is, how the hell is slicing someone's face open considered a valid wrestling move?! I know it was a "no rules" match and all, but surely they're still bound by, you know, the law?
 
2021-08-01 1:35:11 PM  

I Ate Shergar: What I want to know about all this is, how the hell is slicing someone's face open considered a valid wrestling move?! I know it was a "no rules" match and all, but surely they're still bound by, you know, the law?


Law? In wrestling the law is whatever the script writers say it is

/in all seriousness its consensual. I doubt that the police would be bothered by this. And even if they were, the likelihood of a conviction for assault and/or battery is low, and it will probably be tossed out on appeal.
 
2021-08-01 1:38:26 PM  

I Ate Shergar: What I want to know about all this is, how the hell is slicing someone's face open considered a valid wrestling move?! I know it was a "no rules" match and all, but surely they're still bound by, you know, the law?


IT'S STILL REAL TO ME, DAMN IT!!!
 
2021-08-01 1:39:11 PM  
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I Ate Shergar: What I want to know about all this is, how the hell is slicing someone's face open considered a valid wrestling move?! I know it was a "no rules" match and all, but surely they're still bound by, you know, the law?


The only context I can give you is the guy doing it is a drug addicted convicted felon who robbed a bank and now does indie garbage death match wrestling. The gassed 300 lb middle-aged guy he's doing it to used to be Chris Jericho.

I agree with you that it's not wrestling.
 
2021-08-01 1:39:28 PM  

I Ate Shergar: What I want to know about all this is, how the hell is slicing someone's face open considered a valid wrestling move?! I know it was a "no rules" match and all, but surely they're still bound by, you know, the law?


The guy who was doing the cutting temporarily (or nearly) died because of one of these matches iirc.

I haven't watched wrestling in 20+ years so all I know comes from Dark Side of the Ring and occasionally listening to Jim Cornette.
 
2021-08-01 1:40:16 PM  

AgentKGB: now does indie garbage death match wrestling.


Wait did he ever NOT do that?
 
2021-08-01 1:44:57 PM  

I Ate Shergar: What I want to know about all this is, how the hell is slicing someone's face open considered a valid wrestling move?! I know it was a "no rules" match and all, but surely they're still bound by, you know, the law?


Honestly, I find many of these "no rules" matches to be a cheap way to attract eyeballs.  However, the rise of "extreme" wrestling over the decades means we're going to get more and more stuff like this.  I mean, back in the old days, Ric Flair and Dusty Rhodes were the masters of the red mask.  These days, I have no idea what possesses these people, other than it's show over substance.

Honestly, I doubt the producers of AEW had any input into which spots would be run at any given time during their timeslot.  Hell, it's unlikely Dominos specifically bought ads on that show.  They may have simply specified the demographic they want their ads to be in front of and the timing of the spots are dictated by that.
 
2021-08-01 2:19:05 PM  
That was the first time I tuned into AEW because I thought Punk was going to debut. My biggest takeaway from that match was...Why?

Jericho is 50 years old. He's way too old & frankly way too successful for this sort of thing. 25 years ago & making your name, okay, I can see it. But now?

It just seemed like it was violence for violence's sake.
 
2021-08-01 2:20:20 PM  

AgentKGB: puffy999: I chuckled when I saw a video of it.

But I don't like the gimmick.

I grew up watching Stampede Wrestling, WWE, WCW, etc.

I wish there was WWE competition. :(

I've tried watching AEW and I can't stand it.


You sound like a Cornette acolyte and, although I like Cornette, he and many like him don't realize that the earlier generation that watched wrestling probably didn't like where wrestling was going when he and Midnight Express were part of the NWA.

Wrestling evolves, ok?  Nobody today would watch a match that lasted 2 hours but move the clock back a hundred years earlier and people actually did that because of who was involved.

Are there bad aspects of AEW? Sure, no promotion is perfect but it's a helluva lot better than whatever the WWE puts out these days.
 
2021-08-01 2:22:36 PM  

Straight Outta Wells Branch: That was the first time I tuned into AEW because I thought Punk was going to debut. My biggest takeaway from that match was...Why?

Jericho is 50 years old. He's way too old & frankly way too successful for this sort of thing. 25 years ago & making your name, okay, I can see it. But now?

It just seemed like it was violence for violence's sake.


Nick Gage was involved; if you're asking for a wrestling match involving Nick Gage, I could count on one hand how many wrestling matches he's had that didn't involve the stuff he's famous for.
 
2021-08-01 2:30:43 PM  

Straight Outta Wells Branch: That was the first time I tuned into AEW because I thought Punk was going to debut. My biggest takeaway from that match was...Why?

Jericho is 50 years old. He's way too old & frankly way too successful for this sort of thing. 25 years ago & making your name, okay, I can see it. But now?

It just seemed like it was violence for violence's sake.


IF AEW has signed Punk, there is no way in Hell they're wasting that debut on a TV slot.

I tend to agree with you on Jericho being too old for this shiat.  I hope that these "five labors" are leading towards his retirement from the ring.  Because honestly, knowing the toll that the business takes on the body, he's past his "sell by" date.
 
2021-08-01 2:39:19 PM  

Rwa2play: Are there bad aspects of AEW? Sure, no promotion is perfect but it's a helluva lot better than whatever the WWE puts out these days


I don't think anyone likes what they're putting out, either...
 
2021-08-01 3:08:12 PM  

Rwa2play: You sound like a Cornette acolyte and, although I like Cornette, he and many like him don't realize that the earlier generation that watched wrestling probably didn't like where wrestling was going when he and Midnight Express were part of the NWA.

Wrestling evolves, ok?  Nobody today would watch a match that lasted 2 hours but move the clock back a hundred years earlier and people actually did that because of who was involved.


I think there's been a misunderstanding. I'm not saying I speak for everyone. I grew up, as I said, on Stampede Wrestling, WWE & WCW. I'm not asking for a return to the Attitude Era where people were going through tables four to six times a night. I'm also not asking for a return to the cartoony '80s WWE. Yes, it was great for me at the time when I was a little kid. I don't want that now.

I want something more like say early '90s WWE.

Rwa2play: Are there bad aspects of AEW? Sure, no promotion is perfect but it's a helluva lot better than whatever the WWE puts out these days.


I'm not advocating for WWE. Some of NXT is fine probably because that's the part Vince has the least involvement with.

How long until HHH starts putting rat poison in Vince's food I don't know.

If AEW works for you please continue to watch it. It doesn't work for me personally. There are some talented people there.
 
2021-08-01 3:15:02 PM  

I Ate Shergar: What I want to know about all this is, how the hell is slicing someone's face open considered a valid wrestling move?! I know it was a "no rules" match and all, but surely they're still bound by, you know, the law?


And why haven't police arrested Keanu Reeves for killing all of those people? I mean there's like 5 hours of high definition video evidence of him killing scores of men! He stabs a few with a pencil! How is that legal?!?!
 
2021-08-01 3:15:58 PM  

puffy999: Wait did he ever NOT do that?


Hell he probably did that in prison too.
 
2021-08-01 3:19:34 PM  

scottydoesntknow: I Ate Shergar: What I want to know about all this is, how the hell is slicing someone's face open considered a valid wrestling move?! I know it was a "no rules" match and all, but surely they're still bound by, you know, the law?

And why haven't police arrested Keanu Reeves for killing all of those people? I mean there's like 5 hours of high definition video evidence of him killing scores of men! He stabs a few with a pencil! How is that legal?!?!


I mean while we're on the subject this Nick Gage guy DID almost kill David Arquette in a match, as well.
 
2021-08-01 3:37:17 PM  

I Ate Shergar: What I want to know about all this is, how the hell is slicing someone's face open considered a valid wrestling move?! I know it was a "no rules" match and all, but surely they're still bound by, you know, the law?


Look, I'm still waiting for a Face-eating Leopard Cage Match.
 
2021-08-01 3:43:44 PM  
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2021-08-01 4:54:22 PM  
The only real wrestling was Studio Wrestling, hosted by Chilly Billy back in the 60's.
 
2021-08-01 5:22:30 PM  

I Ate Shergar: What I want to know about all this is, how the hell is slicing someone's face open considered a valid wrestling move?! I know it was a "no rules" match and all, but surely they're still bound by, you know, the law?


Helps that New Jack wasn't involved in the match.
 
2021-08-01 5:26:47 PM  
Avoid the Noid.
 
2021-08-01 5:46:30 PM  

Rwa2play: AgentKGB: puffy999: I chuckled when I saw a video of it.

But I don't like the gimmick.

I grew up watching Stampede Wrestling, WWE, WCW, etc.

I wish there was WWE competition. :(

I've tried watching AEW and I can't stand it.

You sound like a Cornette acolyte and, although I like Cornette, he and many like him don't realize that the earlier generation that watched wrestling probably didn't like where wrestling was going when he and Midnight Express were part of the NWA.

Wrestling evolves, ok?  Nobody today would watch a match that lasted 2 hours but move the clock back a hundred years earlier and people actually did that because of who was involved.

Are there bad aspects of AEW? Sure, no promotion is perfect but it's a helluva lot better than whatever the WWE puts out these days.


Eh, Smackdown has been a consistently better show for pretty much AEW's entire existence. That doesn't even mean that Smackdown is good, persay. But most of the time it's better. People act like the WWE is only Monday Night Raw.

AEW is too much warmed-over Attitude Era stuff with a slightly-above-ROH roster. Though (for whatever reason) the WWE is doing everything they can to just hand them talent the last few months, so maybe that'll change.

On a related note, what's another example of a company that exists just solely out of spite? I feel like at least 50% of AEW's viewership is only watching to stick it to Vince
 
2021-08-01 5:55:23 PM  

TDWCom29: Rwa2play: AgentKGB: puffy999: I chuckled when I saw a video of it.

But I don't like the gimmick.

I grew up watching Stampede Wrestling, WWE, WCW, etc.

I wish there was WWE competition. :(

I've tried watching AEW and I can't stand it.

You sound like a Cornette acolyte and, although I like Cornette, he and many like him don't realize that the earlier generation that watched wrestling probably didn't like where wrestling was going when he and Midnight Express were part of the NWA.

Wrestling evolves, ok?  Nobody today would watch a match that lasted 2 hours but move the clock back a hundred years earlier and people actually did that because of who was involved.

Are there bad aspects of AEW? Sure, no promotion is perfect but it's a helluva lot better than whatever the WWE puts out these days.

Eh, Smackdown has been a consistently better show for pretty much AEW's entire existence. That doesn't even mean that Smackdown is good, persay. But most of the time it's better. People act like the WWE is only Monday Night Raw.

AEW is too much warmed-over Attitude Era stuff with a slightly-above-ROH roster. Though (for whatever reason) the WWE is doing everything they can to just hand them talent the last few months, so maybe that'll change.

On a related note, what's another example of a company that exists just solely out of spite? I feel like at least 50% of AEW's viewership is only watching to stick it to Vince


I think wrestling's big problem these days is most of the wrestlers are just bores, personality-wise. And I don't know if that's 100% because Vince doesn't let the personalities shine. Just as an example, if you'd have given Steve Blackman the Stone Cold gimmick it would have lasted about 3 weeks. Too many Steve Blackmans and not enough Steve Austins these days
 
2021-08-01 6:01:39 PM  

TDWCom29: TDWCom29: Rwa2play: AgentKGB: puffy999: I chuckled when I saw a video of it.

But I don't like the gimmick.

I grew up watching Stampede Wrestling, WWE, WCW, etc.

I wish there was WWE competition. :(

I've tried watching AEW and I can't stand it.

You sound like a Cornette acolyte and, although I like Cornette, he and many like him don't realize that the earlier generation that watched wrestling probably didn't like where wrestling was going when he and Midnight Express were part of the NWA.

Wrestling evolves, ok?  Nobody today would watch a match that lasted 2 hours but move the clock back a hundred years earlier and people actually did that because of who was involved.

Are there bad aspects of AEW? Sure, no promotion is perfect but it's a helluva lot better than whatever the WWE puts out these days.

Eh, Smackdown has been a consistently better show for pretty much AEW's entire existence. That doesn't even mean that Smackdown is good, persay. But most of the time it's better. People act like the WWE is only Monday Night Raw.

AEW is too much warmed-over Attitude Era stuff with a slightly-above-ROH roster. Though (for whatever reason) the WWE is doing everything they can to just hand them talent the last few months, so maybe that'll change.

On a related note, what's another example of a company that exists just solely out of spite? I feel like at least 50% of AEW's viewership is only watching to stick it to Vince

I think wrestling's big problem these days is most of the wrestlers are just bores, personality-wise. And I don't know if that's 100% because Vince doesn't let the personalities shine. Just as an example, if you'd have given Steve Blackman the Stone Cold gimmick it would have lasted about 3 weeks. Too many Steve Blackmans and not enough Steve Austins these days


Doesn't help that the world is saturated with no-talent clowns that get a ton of popularity/infamy by being assholes ALL the time, so there's not really an "over the top" opening for personality.
 
2021-08-01 6:01:41 PM  
Whatever wrestling you grew up with is the only good wrestling and everything else is awful and doing it wrong, just like with music and cartoons and video games and SNL.
 
2021-08-01 6:10:01 PM  

Gangster of Boats: Whatever wrestling you grew up with is the only good wrestling and everything else is awful and doing it wrong, just like with music and cartoons and video games and SNL.


I just realized AEW is the MAD TV of pro-wrestling
 
2021-08-01 6:10:31 PM  

Gangster of Boats: Whatever wrestling you grew up with is the only good wrestling and everything else is awful and doing it wrong, just like with music and cartoons and video games and SNL.


Cartoons are way better today. The producers understand that the parents also have to watch them. The old stuff is just embarrassing. Video games hit the golden era right before microtransactions became the norm. SNL was never good.
 
2021-08-01 6:15:10 PM  

IAmRight: Doesn't help that the world is saturated with no-talent clowns that get a ton of popularity/infamy by being assholes ALL the time, so there's not really an "over the top" opening for personality.


This is true. The carney mentality has infected pretty much all of entertainment and even (ugh) the news these days
 
hej
2021-08-01 6:23:35 PM  

I Ate Shergar: What I want to know about all this is, how the hell is slicing someone's face open considered a valid wrestling move?! I know it was a "no rules" match and all, but surely they're still bound by, you know, the law?


So how does the rest of wrestling - punching, kicking, body slamming, chair smashing, choking, etc. - fit within the law?
 
hej
2021-08-01 6:24:25 PM  

Gangster of Boats: Whatever wrestling you grew up with is the only good wrestling and everything else is awful and doing it wrong, just like with music and cartoons and video games and SNL.


Are you seriously trying to suggest that SNL is funny now?
 
2021-08-01 6:35:08 PM  
Trigger Warning: Domino's pizza.
 
2021-08-01 6:46:01 PM  
Product placement just takes you out of the moment when you're watching TV these days.
 
2021-08-01 6:47:19 PM  
Domino's pizza isn't real either
 
2021-08-01 6:47:41 PM  

Rwa2play: You sound like a Cornette acolyte and, although I like Cornette, he and many like him don't realize that the earlier generation that watched wrestling probably didn't like where wrestling was going when he and Midnight Express were part of the NWA.

Wrestling evolves, ok?  Nobody today would watch a match that lasted 2 hours but move the clock back a hundred years earlier and people actually did that because of who was involved.

Are there bad aspects of AEW? Sure, no promotion is perfect but it's a helluva lot better than whatever the WWE puts out these days.


That's not really quite the argument you think it is.  No one is arguing against wrestling evolving.  The problem with AEW is that the matches are just so unbelievable.  Wrestling needs to be believable and AEW just isn't believable and the talent is below ROH in quality and the booking is just hot shotting everything.  It just isn't good.

That's not to say that WWE is any better.

I watched AEW at the beginning hoping to have an alternative to WWE, it just wasn't, it was worse.

And this death match shiat is just stupid and dumb and will surely make the network and advertisers mad.
 
2021-08-01 6:54:23 PM  

I Ate Shergar: What I want to know about all this is, how the hell is slicing someone's face open considered a valid wrestling move?! I know it was a "no rules" match and all, but surely they're still bound by, you know, the law?


Somebody needs an introduction to ECW. Google "ECW mass transit incident".
 
2021-08-01 6:56:00 PM  
Thin crust, Wisconsin 6 (a pizza Domino's DOES NOT PROMOTE -- it's like almost hidden deep in its menu) and add pepperoni or sausage.

It's the only acceptable choice from Domino's.

/rarely on sale either
 
2021-08-01 6:59:02 PM  

TDWCom29: I think wrestling's big problem these days is most of the wrestlers are just bores, personality-wise. And I don't know if that's 100% because Vince doesn't let the personalities shine.


It's the lack of regional promotions. A wrestler used to have to work their way up through the minors, as it were. And it turns out, National Guard armories in places like Florida were great for that. If you can be a smart heel in that environment, you can work a crowd as a face anywhere.

But those days are gone, I guess. Like a dirt track date, the small-time promotions are a thing of the past. Shame, really.
 
2021-08-01 7:00:10 PM  

hej: Gangster of Boats: Whatever wrestling you grew up with is the only good wrestling and everything else is awful and doing it wrong, just like with music and cartoons and video games and SNL.

Are you seriously trying to suggest that SNL is funny now?


Absolutely not, it's unwatchable.
 
2021-08-01 7:31:57 PM  

Rwa2play: Straight Outta Wells Branch: That was the first time I tuned into AEW because I thought Punk was going to debut. My biggest takeaway from that match was...Why?

Jericho is 50 years old. He's way too old & frankly way too successful for this sort of thing. 25 years ago & making your name, okay, I can see it. But now?

It just seemed like it was violence for violence's sake.

Nick Gage was involved; if you're asking for a wrestling match involving Nick Gage, I could count on one hand how many wrestling matches he's had that didn't involve the stuff he's famous for.


This is why I'm wondering why bring him in at all?  He's basically a shock match performer on network tv and he did bump the ratings but what now? You put a death match on tv, that's about as hot shot a move as you can make, so how do you follow it?  This would have been better served as the finale or a PPV match, and I hate deathmatch wrestling.
 
2021-08-01 7:38:17 PM  

TDWCom29: Rwa2play: AgentKGB: puffy999: I chuckled when I saw a video of it.

But I don't like the gimmick.

I grew up watching Stampede Wrestling, WWE, WCW, etc.

I wish there was WWE competition. :(

I've tried watching AEW and I can't stand it.

You sound like a Cornette acolyte and, although I like Cornette, he and many like him don't realize that the earlier generation that watched wrestling probably didn't like where wrestling was going when he and Midnight Express were part of the NWA.

Wrestling evolves, ok?  Nobody today would watch a match that lasted 2 hours but move the clock back a hundred years earlier and people actually did that because of who was involved.

Are there bad aspects of AEW? Sure, no promotion is perfect but it's a helluva lot better than whatever the WWE puts out these days.

Eh, Smackdown has been a consistently better show for pretty much AEW's entire existence. That doesn't even mean that Smackdown is good, persay. But most of the time it's better. People act like the WWE is only Monday Night Raw.

AEW is too much warmed-over Attitude Era stuff with a slightly-above-ROH roster. Though (for whatever reason) the WWE is doing everything they can to just hand them talent the last few months, so maybe that'll change.

On a related note, what's another example of a company that exists just solely out of spite? I feel like at least 50% of AEW's viewership is only watching to stick it to Vince


AEW exists to cater to 2 types of people: internet marks and trolls.
 
2021-08-01 7:44:39 PM  

puffy999: scottydoesntknow: I Ate Shergar: What I want to know about all this is, how the hell is slicing someone's face open considered a valid wrestling move?! I know it was a "no rules" match and all, but surely they're still bound by, you know, the law?

And why haven't police arrested Keanu Reeves for killing all of those people? I mean there's like 5 hours of high definition video evidence of him killing scores of men! He stabs a few with a pencil! How is that legal?!?!

I mean while we're on the subject this Nick Gage guy DID almost kill David Arquette in a match, as well.


Almost killed Arquette? So contrary to this threads opinion, this Gage dude does have some redeeming qualities?
 
2021-08-01 7:55:11 PM  

Rwa2play: Nick Gage was involved; if you're asking for a wrestling match involving Nick Gage, I could count on one hand how many wrestling matches he's had that didn't involve the stuff he's famous for.


*ooooooooh ooooooooooh ooooooooooh, frantically waves hand to be called on*

No idea about this Nick Gage fellow but...

He needs to have a deathmatch where he gets hit in the head with an iron rod. Then, for a few months, he has standard matches where he is billed as "No Longer Gage" where those calling the festivities think he looks familiar but they can't quite place him because he is acting differently.

I can't believe I give this genius level shiat away for free.


No idea who Nick Gage is but if he ever did a standard non-deathmatch match, they'd absolutely have to bill him as "No Longer Gage" and act like he is a different wrestler entirely.
 
2021-08-01 7:58:32 PM  
Kids? That is why after working something out in your noggin, you preview first after you typed your diarrhea out.
 
2021-08-01 8:03:27 PM  

puffy999: Rwa2play: Are there bad aspects of AEW? Sure, no promotion is perfect but it's a helluva lot better than whatever the WWE puts out these days

I don't think anyone likes what they're putting out, either...


Okay, honest question: What should you expect out of a US wrestling promotion in 2021?
 
2021-08-01 8:06:34 PM  

AgentKGB: I want something more like say early '90s WWE.


When Vince was out of the picture due to the steroid trials?  I wouldn't necessarily say no to it; my question is how can you translate that for today's wrestling fan?
 
2021-08-01 8:14:12 PM  

sprgrss: Rwa2play: You sound like a Cornette acolyte and, although I like Cornette, he and many like him don't realize that the earlier generation that watched wrestling probably didn't like where wrestling was going when he and Midnight Express were part of the NWA.

Wrestling evolves, ok?  Nobody today would watch a match that lasted 2 hours but move the clock back a hundred years earlier and people actually did that because of who was involved.

Are there bad aspects of AEW? Sure, no promotion is perfect but it's a helluva lot better than whatever the WWE puts out these days.

That's not really quite the argument you think it is.  No one is arguing against wrestling evolving.  The problem with AEW is that the matches are just so unbelievable.  Wrestling needs to be believable and AEW just isn't believable and the talent is below ROH in quality and the booking is just hot shotting everything.  It just isn't good.


Ok, fair criticism.  Then again, I'm not expecting any promotion within the first year or more of its inception to be running on all cylinders.  

That's not to say that WWE is any better.

I watched AEW at the beginning hoping to have an alternative to WWE, it just wasn't, it was worse.

And this death match shiat is just stupid and dumb and will surely make the network and advertisers mad.


Eh, they'll get over it.
 
2021-08-01 8:16:27 PM  

Flappyhead: Rwa2play: Straight Outta Wells Branch: That was the first time I tuned into AEW because I thought Punk was going to debut. My biggest takeaway from that match was...Why?

Jericho is 50 years old. He's way too old & frankly way too successful for this sort of thing. 25 years ago & making your name, okay, I can see it. But now?

It just seemed like it was violence for violence's sake.

Nick Gage was involved; if you're asking for a wrestling match involving Nick Gage, I could count on one hand how many wrestling matches he's had that didn't involve the stuff he's famous for.

This is why I'm wondering why bring him in at all?  He's basically a shock match performer on network tv and he did bump the ratings but what now? You put a death match on tv, that's about as hot shot a move as you can make, so how do you follow it?  This would have been better served as the finale or a PPV match, and I hate deathmatch wrestling.


In retrospect I think you're right; Gage wasn't exactly the guy I would've put in considering his specialty is something that today's networks are going to cringe at.
 
2021-08-01 8:27:49 PM  

Rwa2play: puffy999: Rwa2play: Are there bad aspects of AEW? Sure, no promotion is perfect but it's a helluva lot better than whatever the WWE puts out these days

I don't think anyone likes what they're putting out, either...

Okay, honest question: What should you expect out of a US wrestling promotion in 2021?


Ask this question of 100 different people and you'll get 100 different answers and each one will swear they are right.

But whatever AEW is doing seems to be working so they would be foolish to change anything to please those who long for the wrasslin' of their youth.  Those days are gone and not coming back.
 
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