I may be biased because of the whole state of the WWF, but it just seems to me that the WWF is spinnin' their wheels lately. I used to watch RAW & Smackdown religiously back when the product was good (98-01), and I loved it. But lately, the product's getting really crappy. And when they split up the roster, you'd expect half as much crap, right? WRONG! Twice as much! I hardly watch RAW now, same with Smackdown. It's not that I don't have stuff to do, it's just that it's not something I go out of my way to schedule in. And as for spending close to thirty bones a month for pay-per-views? HELLS NO! I'm savin' my money so my best friend & I can go to SmackDown when it comes here. Sure, the TV sucks, but when the show comes to town once a year, we're going. But, let me warn the WWF now: if the live show sucks, I ain't comin' back. Got it?
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Holden: Judging by the buzz, that movie's gonna make some serious bank. Jay: What buzz? Holden: The internet buzz. Jay: What the f*ck is the internet? [Holden (Ben Affleck) & Jay (Jason Mewes) in Jay & Silent Bob Strike Back]
Freeway420, if you have any problems with the product, just don't watch it. I stopped watching WWF completely and I'm perfectly happy with my classic wrestling collection. I'd suggest if you don't enjoy watching it around the time the event comes to town, then just don't go. The only way wrestling fans who don't like the state of the WWF can make a difference is by not watching it.
"It is a strange fate that we suffer so much fear and doubt over so small a thing...such a little thing." -Boromir
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