Originally Posted by absoface78
I know this is an MMA website and all, and folks should expect to find out who won, but, for those who won't buy or see the PPV till tomorrow or the next day, we should have a little respect for the suspense.....I watched the ppv, but still feel for the dudes that haven't. If you're a member and just wanna see what's up on other shit like I have during PRIDE or WFL fights, we need to take it easy on them. I'm not the best on getting my point across, but it's the closest to what I mean....
I can appreciate your opinion when phrased intelligently as such. I don't think it's a big deal to put "SPOILER" in a thread title, then keep your thread title a little more vague.
But by the same token, I can appreciate people being elated to see good fights, and posting happily their opinions and feelings.
Bottom line is, on the night of a PPV, coming to an MMA site, and even more specifically the forums of enthusiastic fans, is naive if you think everyone will extend you the courteousy of not spoiling things.
Where do you draw the line? What if someone slips out something in a thread accidentally. The thread isn't labeled a spoiler, and wasn't intended to be, but word gets out.
If you're watching a PPV the day after, isolate yourself. Like... this is just a really bad spot to come hang out if you don't want to hear about this shit.