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#1 Posted on | Instant Rating: 2.73
Just like last year's Ultimate Royal Rumble, WWE is doing the ultimate WrestleMania moment.

http://www.wwe.com/shows/wrestlemania/maniamadness/

Do any of you guys ever vote for these things? For some reason, it seems so fake. During the Ultimate Royal Rumble one, I found some of the early eliminations very hard to believe, considering that they were some of the most passionately cared about by the fans (Rey, Cena, Flair).

AND, while I'm no conspiracy guy, it was incredibly convenient that HBK and UT just happened to be the last two in both the online poll and the match itself, even though the outcome was different.

The thing is, some of votes for the WM poll are just weird. You're meaning to tell me that fans think the crowd booing Cena is a bigger WM moment than one of the best matches and loudest ovations in company history, Savage/Steamboat? C'mon...

(edited by Whattaburger on 22.3.07 1710)


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#2 Posted on | Instant Rating: 10.00
So you're thinking maybe WWE is scripting the results of their own contests? That's just crazy talk.



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#3 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.63
    Originally posted by Whattaburger
    The thing is, some of votes for the WM poll are just weird. You're meaning to tell me that fans think the crowd booing Cena is a bigger WM moment than one of the best matches and loudest ovations in company history, Savage/Steamboat? C'mon...

    (edited by Whattaburger on 22.3.07 1710)

Do you think the kind of people voting for Cena are the kind that remember/even know about Savage/Steamboat?



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#4 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.87
    Originally posted by geemoney
      Originally posted by Whattaburger
      The thing is, some of votes for the WM poll are just weird. You're meaning to tell me that fans think the crowd booing Cena is a bigger WM moment than one of the best matches and loudest ovations in company history, Savage/Steamboat? C'mon...

      (edited by Whattaburger on 22.3.07 1710)

    Do you think the kind of people voting for Cena are the kind that remember/even know about Savage/Steamboat?


Says a lot about WWE booking these days...



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#5 Posted on | Instant Rating: 9.00
    Originally posted by Lexus
      Originally posted by geemoney
        Originally posted by Whattaburger
        The thing is, some of votes for the WM poll are just weird. You're meaning to tell me that fans think the crowd booing Cena is a bigger WM moment than one of the best matches and loudest ovations in company history, Savage/Steamboat? C'mon...

        (edited by Whattaburger on 22.3.07 1710)

      Do you think the kind of people voting for Cena are the kind that remember/even know about Savage/Steamboat?


    Says a lot about WWE booking these days...


I'm not sure I follow you. What does the current crop of fans not knowing about a match from twenty years ago say about WWE booking?



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#6 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.00
The rumble poll did seem a little convenient.

I liked the one about 'who has the biggest ego' because I'm sure if Hogan was doing 'Mania this year, with the whole WM3 nostalgia thing, then his name wouldn't have been on there...
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