krayzie Bone wrote:What does Ian Rotten have to do with all this? Its funny how you lames still associate me with IWA! I like PWG too fool and I get along fine with most of the fans. I'm sure that most fans on this forum appreciate technical wrestling, so my comments were not even directed toward them or you Fatally Anderson, I was simply commenting my distaste for some rude assholes who only wish to see spots. I pay for front row every month and have the right to say how I feel. I suggest you read this; "Any behavior that is found to be consistently detrimental to the experience of fellows fans will result in one warning to cease the behavior. Failure to comply with this warning will result in forfeiture of ticket and immediate removal from the event." This is from Fan guidelines on PWG board.
Now if you disagree with me, its cool, you don't have to respond to my comments or you can peacefully disagree, but don't fucking tell me what to do.
krayzie Bone wrote:I think Wrestling Yay is a cool chant. Problem is, Californians can't do it right for some reason. However I can totally see how some people may dislike this chant. I don't like O'chet chant at Ricochet, but I can also see how some people may infect enjoy it. I got nothing against the chants, however I have everything against the stupid comments that people make here and there to put themselves over or to simply mock wrestling. The Master lock comments was a clear example of these kind of ignorant bull shit. To me Hero vs Claudio match was a classic, however some PWG fans clearly disrespected it by making retarded comments while Hero and Claudio were putting on a great technical performance. Seems like some fans just want to see spots, and if actions gets slower or technical their attention span just drops. I honestly didn't expect such rude behavior from PWG crowd, I always thought that PWG fans are smart and appreciate technical wrestling and grappling style, I guess not.
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