Questions answered on this week’s Friday Fishbowl:
Question #1: (Submitted by Paul Lyons)
I am becoming increasingly frustrated with die hard TNA supporters who refuse to say anything negative about the company. They call everybody who says anything negative about TNA “haters who are trying to be cool by hating TNA” and when asked why they like it so much they point to some meaningless midcard nostalgia feud and choose to ignore everything that is wrong with the company. Coincidentally, these people have absolutely no problem pointing out everything that they hate about WWE. Why do you think some people feel the need to vehemently defend TNA like it is their small child and refuse to look at the bigger picture and acknowledge all of TNA’s fundamental flaws both from a business and a creative standpoint?
Question #2: (Submitted by Zach from Peoria)
My question for you guys is this: Which kind of wrestling fan (smark, fan who won’t sit down or the guy who claims to have been a wrestler), or any other type of fan you can think of, would you hate to be stuck next to at a wrestling show the most? Or am I just an asshole for complaining about this all to begin with?
Question #3: (Submitted by Ross Fowler)
Can you tell me of some moments in wrestling that seemed inappropriate even if they were kayfabe? For example, when Randy Orton spat in Harley Race’s face. I understand that the WWE were getting the “legend killer” gimmick over. But to see an old guy get spat in the face seemed a bit much.