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#121 - xxxsonic fanxxx (08/03/2012) [-]
I really do not understand how ameritards can watch that **** . It is so ******* fake, I saw wrestling on tv once and laughed how bad it was and how the retarded crowd actually cheered for some guy, acting like it was actually a competition, not a play.
The commentator made me laugh really hard, he was talking like it was a boxing match or something, not retards in silly outfits beating each other with fake plastic ladders.
#135 to #121 - thepenname (08/03/2012) [-]
Ameritards? Wrestling's popular in America, Canada, Mexico, Japan, Germany, the UK and a ton of 						*******					 countries. The only reason it's bigger here than anywhere else is because it piggybacks on America's enormous television industry.   
   
Wrestling's a performance I appreciate by merit of the effort and skill involved, not the staged competition. Perhaps even more fundamental, wrestling's about telling a story. Stories don't need to be true to get people invested in them. It's about entertainment and escapism. Then sometimes you live a rivalry not because of the kayfabe (onscreen) story, but because of the legitimate undertones, such as how Punk and Bryan's feud was the culmination of two long, brutal careers on the independents, finally justified after both men had ascended to main event status in the WWE.    
   
And wrestling happens to be a physically demanding form of entertainment. Anyone who thinks wrestlers aren't tough have clearly never seen Bryan 						*******					 Danielson, because that mother 						******					 could kick a dude's head in, but he wouldn't because he's chill and would rather invite him to share vegan cupcakes.   
   
Pic related. It's Daniel Bryan being the epitome of masculinity.
Ameritards? Wrestling's popular in America, Canada, Mexico, Japan, Germany, the UK and a ton of ******* countries. The only reason it's bigger here than anywhere else is because it piggybacks on America's enormous television industry.

Wrestling's a performance I appreciate by merit of the effort and skill involved, not the staged competition. Perhaps even more fundamental, wrestling's about telling a story. Stories don't need to be true to get people invested in them. It's about entertainment and escapism. Then sometimes you live a rivalry not because of the kayfabe (onscreen) story, but because of the legitimate undertones, such as how Punk and Bryan's feud was the culmination of two long, brutal careers on the independents, finally justified after both men had ascended to main event status in the WWE.

And wrestling happens to be a physically demanding form of entertainment. Anyone who thinks wrestlers aren't tough have clearly never seen Bryan ******* Danielson, because that mother ****** could kick a dude's head in, but he wouldn't because he's chill and would rather invite him to share vegan cupcakes.

Pic related. It's Daniel Bryan being the epitome of masculinity.
#142 to #135 - icefall (08/03/2012) [-]
http://www (.) youtube (.) com/watch?v=U4KNn0QQZZg&feature=fvwrel

this is why i love pro-wrestling... i wanna see any retarded kid that thinks wrestling is stupid try this without killing anyone
#131 to #121 - oniiking (08/03/2012) [-]
Cartoons are fake too, that doesn't make them any less entertaining. Believe me, no one actually believes wrestling is real but we all go along with it for a good laugh when someone gets hit over the head with a chair.
User avatar #124 to #121 - goldenpotato (08/03/2012) [-]
Hey, an opinion I agree with.

I have no idea how some people enjoy that **** .

Nice picture btw.
#122 to #121 - xxxsonic fanxxx (08/03/2012) [-]
ameritards?
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