The Franchise13 wrote:*The Guy did spit on Max, but he only did it because Max poured water on him first. When Max got spit on, he followed him and poured more water on him. Im pretty sure the reason why he didnt get kicked out was because Max started first by pouring water on him. I was surprised to see the Bucks were nowhere to be seen after the show. Im pretty sure Max was pretty mad because of the whole ordeal that he decided they both should leave before the night ended.
krayzie Bone wrote:Well let me share some of my views of a recent show "Dio" Strong undercard but a very mediocre main event, too short and not a whole lot of action.
It seems like the fans are drinking more and more beer, thus of course the intoxication level is thru the roof, to me thats always a minus when it comes to the over all experience of the show.
and Jesus why so many Chris Hero haters? One of the best wrestlers on the planet is being booed by almost half of the fans, shows how much they know about wrestling LOL
Meltman wrote:Thanks man.
Agree with you on the yearly show amount/time between shows. Looking back only like 3 years, they had almost twice as many shows per year.
It's really annoying waiting for cards, yet somehow even more annoying when you do read the card, then realize the show is still 3 weeks away and there's nothing left to update about. They really should adapt a flow of announcing a card piece by piece. Other promotions constantly do that and they advertise multiple shows at once.
As someone who booed off Hero, its not so much that we don't great wrestling when we see it, it's just that we're tired of seeing the same Chris Hero match over and over again. It's always the same technical/Lucha style he uses and almost always ends it with an elbow (It's why all of the guys sitting next to me gave him shit when he said that he doesn't need elbows to win when he just used it). He needs to change it up a bit so its more entertaining like I know he can make it. The last PWG Hero match I really loved was his Danielson match last September because he changed his style from just strikes to the style he's using now. I think he should start using more power moves because it suits his body style.
krayzie Bone wrote:Chris Hero is not really a power wrestler, surely he can throw some vicious powerbombs but thats not really his thing. Hero is mostly a strong style/technical wrestler. I don't see how technical wrestling is boring? Hero's recent matches were definately more strong style which is awesome in my book, but this is what PWG is all about thou, even Excalibur mentioned one time that PWG was influenced by Noah, Hero fits right in.
El Hijo del Generico wrote:Also, Chris Hero haters are just jealous.
krayzie Bone wrote:To be honest with you I always hated this half and half split between the fans. This shit started in TNA and then got carried over to ROH and now to just about every promotion in America, to me that shit is retarded.
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