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OK, I am a bit late to the table. Infact, I am probably the last person in the world to visit Tom Zenk's website.

So, I finally pay a visit and read some of his commentary...WOW! I mean, jeezus is he a bitter person or am I missing something? He pulls everyone out on the carpet doesn't he?

I don't know enough about the man to know if what he says about others is true or not, but for frick's sake, get over it!

Maybe he needs a constructive hobby or something. Hasn't he tried acting or modeling, seems like something to occupy his time. Then maybe he can chanel his energy into something positive.

Good lord man, don't you have any dignity? Or am I just getting too wrapped up in all of this?



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    Originally posted by Phig Newton
    OK, I am a bit late to the table. Infact, I am probably the last person in the world to visit Tom Zenk's website.

    So, I finally pay a visit and read some of his commentary...WOW! I mean, jeezus is he a bitter person or am I missing something? He pulls everyone out on the carpet doesn't he?

    I don't know enough about the man to know if what he says about others is true or not, but for frick's sake, get over it!

    Maybe he needs a constructive hobby or something. Hasn't he tried acting or modeling, seems like something to occupy his time. Then maybe he can chanel his energy into something positive.

    Good lord man, don't you have any dignity? Or am I just getting too wrapped up in all of this?



You're right about Zenk. He's pretty consistant in his bitterness. He has nothing good to say about anyone or anything. I kind of see him as the anti-kafabe.

But that's what America (and for that matter, most of the "west") is all about: Dissenting opinions. It's why Ringmistress can love HHH, even here on the Wienerboard.




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He comes off as bitter, but he has been pretty much right on the money with all of his predictions the past couple of years or so. It is an entertaining read usually and it is good to hear from someone who was in the WWF machine and can see through the BS.

I have no idea how you can question one's dignity for making a site and telling his educated opinion about what is going on. I mean, you could question Austin's dignity for coming back after all that happened.



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What I say about Zenk is the same thing I say about Hyatte (and others) (and I am done, here, Chris). Don't like it, defend to the death your right to say it.



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Right, I suppose I can't really begrudge the man his opinion. I was just taken aback. I heard about a lot of what he writes, I don't think I was really ready for his bluntness. But I suppose that's the hook.



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I would never miss Meltzer's eyada shows when Tom Zenk was a guest. He was abrassive, angry, bitter, and funny as hell! Personally, I tend to agree with a lot of Tom Zenk's views about the business. And to boot, The Z-Man's impressions of Dusty Rhodes were some of THEE funniest shit I've ever heard! Especially when the Dweem showed up on Meltzer's show only weeks later!

It's too bad one can't access those eyada shows anymore.



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They're interesting. At least he's suited up in the ring and walked down the aisle. We always hear from guys like Keller or Meltzer who've never been there. I thought his little article about Dynamite Kid was interesting considering Angle is going into WM with a kneck injury.



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    Originally posted by BigDaddyLoco
    They're interesting. At least he's suited up in the ring and walked down the aisle. We always hear from guys like Keller or Meltzer who've never been there. I thought his little article about Dynamite Kid was interesting considering Angle is going into WM with a kneck injury.


that is the reason I like Zenk. He has worked with many of the top names: Dream, Flair, Dynamite, Austin, HHH, Sting, Steiner, etc. He knows what they are going through and what Vince is capable of. Everyone else speaks from rumor. Zenk speaks from what he knows.



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    Originally posted by dskillz
    br>that is the reason I like Zenk. He has worked with many of the top names: Dream, Flair, Dynamite, Austin, HHH, Sting, Steiner, etc. He knows what they are going through and what Vince is capable of. Everyone else speaks from rumor. Zenk speaks from what he knows.


But does he speak of what he knows, or does he speak of what he knew at one time but has changed to a certain degree leaving him as much on the outside as many others?





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