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Weak people turn off commenting before anyone can respond to them. Sure, blocking someone after having a conversation is fine. But responding to someone and blocking them from responding before they can even attempt a rebuttal is weak and immature. I should have known better than to comment here in the first place.

Snowflakes are weak immature children.

People need to boo Brock Lesnar the way they boo Reigns. Then, people need to just not react to Reigns unless it's something that has nothing to do with his actual skill in the ring. Boo if he botches, cheer if he pulls off something awesome.

Also, save the what chants for something that actually deserves it. Like when Stephanie McMahon received an award for basically being a McMahon. Etc.

Ok guys, I really need a wrestling discord. Ive tried a few and they sucked. I just need to keep trying til I find a keeper. Anybody got any?

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Ok, so there is no way in which the opinion on a piece of art can ever be trashed by your tastes. There is no such thing as an optimal taste or the correct way to like something. Subjectivity should be embraced. There is no such thing as a casual wrestling fan. There's also no such thing as a bad taste in wrestling. For some people, a piece of art can be literally horrible and trashy, and someone can come along and say... It's perfect. It does everything I need it to do for me. It entertains me. And you cant come along and attack that, because it's subjective, and that should be celebrated rather than attacked.

My opinion in wrestling is very different from yours, but I like seeing other people's opinions, even people I don't like, just to see if they saw something I didn't that might change my opinion on it. I like storylines. That's a huge part of wrestling. My opinion isn't weaker because it isn't like yours.

Celebrate that, don't attack it.
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Ok, I gotta know. There's only two camps on this, so tell me..

How do you rate the Festival of Friendship?
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85%
A moment to be remembered.
15%
Raw is no longer entertaining.

So is Randy Orton suspended or not?

Tbh... As much as I wanted something else... This was actually, after taking some time to process this... Reigns wasn't what ruined the rumble match. Actually, that was a great way to build a feud and make him a tweener. Y'all wanted heel reigns so you got heel reigns coming. He setting up well with the taker move.

The problem with the rumble match was it felt too short and all the star power was at the end. The beginning was pretty decent, tho I don't like brawn completely controlling it, but it was pretty fun Storytelling, especially when ellsworth music hit.

I mean, mark Henry showing was pretty hype. Jericho sold his part well. Heck, I don't think a single member sold this badly at all. The storyline was interesting... But it went kinda fast and so many were left out to fit the star power at the end.

This could have been a 40 man rumble... And Bray should have won it rather than Randy. But I'll take it.

This rumble, unlike last year's, has more than 2 storylines in it. While it isn't as clear as last year, it does make for a better wrestlemania going forward. We have several unexplained situations, 2 pre-wrestlemania ppvs coming up, and then the buildup to the direct mania. Strowman fits in somehow, taker is going to face reigns, who will probably be full heel, big show looked decent going up against probably Shaq, and there's plenty of other storylines going forward that aren't thrown together at the last minute.

It won't be the best mania, but it won't be the worst.

Monday night raw seems to be aiming for memorable moments. Now, according to the shows on YouTube, Monday night raw last night was average. So, not as bad as usual. I wouldn't know, I couldn't stand it after about 35 minutes. Apparently the last 5 minutes made the whole 3 hours worth it.

Why? Why does the appearance of 3 part timers who aren't going to be part of any big storylines and are just nostalgia trips considered worthy of waiting 3 hours to see? It wasn't a story line ending. It was surprising sure, but not really jump out of your seat and scream about it.

Smackdown, which as we all know is more entertainment overall, has only used part timers once (with the exception of John cena) And they threw them both at the very end of the show, giving the wrestlers the entire show, and it wasn't a crazy big deal, but it was fun. Now John Cena has only been used for a few feuds, but not really to the detriment of anyone else.

If you feel before smackdown even starts that Raw had already won the week, I really don't know what to say.

I know you want Raw to win. But I think they need to deserve to win. Remember the first month of the brand split? Raw won those. Since backlash? They really haven't. The highest rating given to raw has been average. The lowest smackdown has gotten has been average.

Sure, smackdown has the shorter show, but they have me begging for more. Raw hasn't found a way to make me stop turning the TV because they aren't interesting. Remember when the beginning segment had you wanting to see the rest? They need to do that again. They have the star power. They just need to scrap everything and start some new and better feuds.

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So I have to ask. How angry would you be if James Ellsworth ended up winning the rumble and looked good doing it.
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I'd due wwe for creative reasons
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I'd be cursing out loud
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Meh
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That would be fucking sweet actually.

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Which one would surprise you more if they won the rumble?
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A surprising returner/signee
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Dolph Ziggler
7%
Baron Corbin
13%
Sami Zayn
5%
Apollo Crews
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