Questions answered on this week’s edition of the Friday Fishbowl:
Question #1: (Submitted by Omegabyss)
My question revolves around the point in your time as a wrestling fan when you realized that someone you liked/disliked as a wrestler (Ex. RVD/Cena respectively) was not as bad or as good as you previously thought they were. For me, I used to HAIL RVD, AJ Styles, John Morrison, and others because they did moves and did all these moves that would keep me “entertained” in turn, this made me hate people like Cena, Batista, HHH because they couldn’t do the moves like AJ ad RVD could. (This was 2006 and 2007 for me). As time passed, I saw through the smokescreen and saw that those MOVEZ~! did not make a wrestler good. Cena returning at the Rumble 2008 was what made me become a great Cena fan and was the turning point for me as a wrestling fan because I knew that it didnt take moves to make wrestling “good.” The old saying “Less is more” was so true in regards to how wrestling was for me and made me appreciate and enjoy wrestling so much more. So my question is: When was the point in your time as a wrestling fan when you realized how wrestling should be rather than it ought to be? (Ought being the MOVEZ~! type of wrestling)
Question #2: (Submitted by Raw882004)
Factions in wrestling, do they do more damage than good?
Question #3: (Submitted by Ghetto Dan)
Do you believe the WWE intentionally holds back talent from TNA like the IWC believes or are the wrestlers who tend to come from TNA legitimately lifetime mid-carders?