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  • 10-03-2009, 12:41 AM
    Fedorlei Gomipierre
    Quote Originally Posted by James Deuce View Post
    A 3.7 isn't that great...
    Ummmm, for cable, YEAH it is. Also, the rating itself doesn't matter to Dana and co. as much as the male demo does, and they fucking owned it! Consider the number WWE is drawing and they're so much more established.

    You don't know what you're talking about. This rating is sick.

    Also, Taker's the only reason I still watch too.
  • 10-02-2009, 10:15 PM
    CJRockstar
    i got some money that says Kimbo will lose his way out of the UFC via several ground losses in a row, and he'll end up working on WWE shows for Vince.
  • 10-02-2009, 08:18 PM
    gspfan09
    Quote Originally Posted by Piz View Post
    Fukkin SICK!!! I LOVE ME SOME KIMBO!!!

    Dude needs ta drop down to LH though, he reminds me of the Houston Alexander of the HW division, SICK stand up gay ground game.

    He did have the MOON on him though, what ta do when the MOON on ya?

    I gotta agree with the Kimbo needs to go to LH. I was tellin my friend that the other night, to be 230 lbs in the heavyweight division, you gotta posess mad ground skills, which Kimbo doesn't. Kimbo at LH would do much better IMO.
  • 10-02-2009, 09:08 AM
    opethcire
    i use to watch the wwf during the attitude era and thought it was really good. The storylines were better, it was racier, more half naked women (which i happen to be a fan of). But now its the same old stuff, every night group of people just wrestling each other in a different order. The whole "trying to appeal" to the kids thing i feel is a last ditch effort, kids are drawn into the product more and don't ask as many questions about the legitimacy of whats going on. If they ever give up on it, wrestling as a mainstream "sport" is done.

    As far as Kimbo, i got turned on to him after his first video. I like watching bare knuckle fighting and that is what it was. The first fight he had, i still remember his opponents face afterwards, it was f'ing gruesome. After that, i still liked his whole image and still do to this day. He seems like a nice guy, although that could just be for the cameras. His whole entourage thing is pretty shitty in my opinion. He is a "name" but thats just shitty to me to walk around everywhere with an entourage at his level. They were supposedly, according to Nelson, in the TUF house or something??
  • 10-02-2009, 07:30 AM
    Repenter
    not surprising.

    on the wrestling note, vince macmahon is such a psychopath that he'll be firing people left and right for sure. WWE has lost everyone one of its staples, (imminent loss of the undertaker, losses of benoit, angle, christian,) and the horrible misuse of real core talent like orton, cm punk and jericho. they're going to be buried, and everything wwe and john cena try to do to make the product more kid-friendly ends up making the 'athletic' equivalent of batman and robin
  • 10-02-2009, 07:04 AM
    Pasha K
    Quote Originally Posted by krayven View Post
    Great to see. Kimbo would do better in wrestling than mma honestly. Esp Japan they would adore him. Well the WWE loves the Kimbo type in terms of build and hype so i dunno


    Sting and Undertaker are retiring soon and I'm finally done with current wrestling


    Jeff Hardy getting himself in trouble pretty much sealed it for me and the "current product"
    I dont know If Kimbo would be a good pro wrestler, well probably for WWE yes, because many of the "wrestlers" there, are just bodybuilders that took a couple of lessons of pro wrestling and now they are champions...LOL

    However in Japan Pro wrestling is very different.

    And Undertaker I think still has 2 years before retiring.
  • 10-02-2009, 06:44 AM
    krayven
    Great to see. Kimbo would do better in wrestling than mma honestly. Esp Japan they would adore him. Well the WWE loves the Kimbo type in terms of build and hype so i dunno


    Sting and Undertaker are retiring soon and I'm finally done with current wrestling


    Jeff Hardy getting himself in trouble pretty much sealed it for me and the "current product"
  • 10-02-2009, 04:40 AM
    James Deuce
    A 3.7 isn't that great...
  • 10-02-2009, 04:05 AM
    macewen
    Quote Originally Posted by Pashak View Post
    The problem with the actual policy of WWE is that they are doing all the possible to do the show the less violent possible, I mean, there are 20 minutes of talk and then just 5 minutes of some pathetic match.

    Years ago it was entertaining, the storylines were cool, and the matches were interesting to see (even if you knew that all they were doing was planned), now its lame, its always the same thing, just 4 people are involved in some championship storyline (Cena, HHH, Batista and Orton), and its always the same things, the same movements, its fucking boring.

    The only pro wrestler I like very much its The Undertaker, he still does awesome entrances and is good with his "mind games", actually he is the only reason I still watch sometimes Smackdown, other than that, WWE sucks IMO.
    Haha taker is the only reason I watch every now and then too.

    Its good to see UFC drawing such good ratings. Its just more exciting then other sports. I mean, Im from Canada so hockey is pretty big, but watching a good fight, end in a sudden KO, where your just like...OMG...breatheless, Hockey, or WWE just do that. I only see UFC getting bigger as long as they stick to the game plan of good fights. Dana has reminded me of Vince lately with page saying he was told what to say and shit, I dont care if the fighters dont like each other, I still wanna watch them fight. its the sport I like
  • 10-02-2009, 03:38 AM
    maxp84z
    When the WWE Attitude era died, so did the quality of their product it all happened soon after they bought out WCW. Once they had no competition the product slowly declined. Why do you think TNA is still around? They picked up where the WWE failed. The attitude era was the best.
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