Originally posted by fuelinjectedJackson: Did you even read this thread? Most of it is positive and most reaction on the board is positive except for Cena/Undertaker.
I was addressing the negative comments in both the Vengeance threads but I only posted in this one. There were other complaints besides Taker but the overdose of just those was bad enough. You can’t just write off a whole show just because Undertaker didn’t job. You might as well write off the past 11 years.
Maybe I should have posted in the other thread. The author of the thread called “Vengeance was awesome” started us off with spending way more time saying Fuck Undertaker over and over than he did explaining why Vengeance was so awesome. So did others.
The point is that you can't have it both ways. Sure bash the WWE when they fuck up. Lord knows you get plenty of chances. This wasn't one of them and I think some people simply don't know how to act.
Edit: Actually, did YOU read posts 1, 3 and 7 of this thread?
I think part of the problem Jackson is that there's not much to discuss when things go right and/or meet expectations. The matches we thought would rock, they rocked. The matches we didn't want to see, were anywhere between awful to mediocre depending on your view. There's really not a lot of disparity of opinion on anything Vengeance related except for the Cena/UT match. I call it appalling, you call it appropriate. The rest of the card we basically agree on, so there's not much else to talk about. Agreement is short and boring, argument is endless and sometimes mildly interesting.
I made that assumption for a second, but then realized that it wouldn't make much sense given that they were completely laid out last night to sell Vengeance. It would've undermined the effect of the beat-down the previous night on RAW.