Originally Posted by TapThatMat
I know that when a new organazation gets going it has a few bugs to work out, but the WFA event had so many bugs it needs a damn exterminator. Here are my reasons to why the event was a dud.....
1. Hiring Goldberg as a commentator- My first thought is that the WFA would want to establish credability. Hiring a fucken former WWE/WCWwrestler is the last thing I want to do in order to establish credability. Not to mention that the rest of the commentators sucked as well.
2.Kimo testing positive for steroids- Enough said
3.Not knowing 24 hours out who is fighting
4.Refs did not press the action in alot of matches
5.Entrance ramp for fighters looked like something a radio shack employee put together.
6. Hiring the most boring ring announcer. Not to mention that he introduced every fighter twice.
7.Allowing that fat tub of lard Rico Rodrigues fight. That guy is a disgrace to MMA. He has literally eaten his way out of a career. A spot on celebrity boxing would be in order.
8.Crappy camera work and even worse ring lighting.
1)Yeah i see where your comming from. I thought the same thing. I dislike Goldberg very much however, he was not as bad as i thought he would be and he seems to have an honest love for the sport. But you are right about the other commentators they suched. It seemed like the old man had never even watch MMA before.
2)Not WFA's fault Kimo was roiding up.
3)Once again not their fault and they did the best they could under the circumstances.
4)I agree with you there slightly.
5)Agree with you there all the way. Entrance ramp looked like crap. Should have just let them walk out with no crapy entrace area. Just come out form behind the curtain like UFC does these days. If your not going to do it right then dont do it at all.
6)Yeah the ring anouncer sucked and it bothered me that he was introducing everyone twice. Plus he was saying things that werent even true. Like saying Rampage is a UFC veteran when hes not.
7)Yeah Ricco is fat and should drop alot of weight but he still won and is still an name in MMA.
After watching the WFA the one thing I really want to say is im just glad i didnt have to pay for it. I would have been very pissed droping $35 on it.