I love WWF! I've been in withdrawl symptons since a mate left work, as he had Foxtel and would bring tapes weekly for me, including PPVs.
Before some bozo says 'it's fake!' - WE KNOW. Well, depends how you define fake. It's scripted, and wrestlers map out 'spots' - things that are intended, but the rest is ad-lib - and it hurts. They train to minimise damage, but the more athletic guys can do serious injuries, including spine damage from mis-timed high-risk stuff. It's not a sport, it's sports-entertainment - and sometimes it can be very entertaining, even if it can be cheesy at times! If I can find people to go with I'll probably check it out. :s3
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Say what you like about it being staged.
Is that the reason you don't watch it????????
If that is the reason you probably don't go to the movies either i guess as they are all staged aswell.
Lots of coriography and practise is a requirement for ANY show.
I'm not saying it's the greatest show on earth, but i'm sure they just don't walk into the ring and try to beat the opposition into pulp.
On a personal note, i think they put on pretty good show and am amazed at times at the moves they come up with.Good on em.
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