WWE Has taken any Movement to be able to Sports Entertainment
WWE is a title that brings a glint in the attention of most youngsters out there. It’s a title that people have cultivated up with. From skipping studies, to skipping meals, all for those 90 minutes of pure adrenalin; the lights, the action, the drama was something to die for! And if that’s inadequate, wrestling card games, trading cards, and walls adorned with posters of Hulk Hogan and The Rock and what not! Those were the good old days.
WWE brought a revolution to the world of sports entertainment. Yes, it is sport, nonetheless it is basically entertainment, and a part of the entertainment industry, and entertainment at its best for that matter. The People’s Champ, the Texas Rattlesnake, The Heart Break Kid, Triple H; these people were, and still are role models for a lot of young teens out there.
Why you ask? Because, it had been different. It’d the magic required to help keep people glued for their seats/TV sets. It absolutely was better than any Hollywood flick. 世博 The oh-so-arrogant Mr. McMahon and his mini-wars with the stars, especially Stone Cold Steve Austin; the life-in-a-pot-undead Undertaker; the People’s Champ, The Rock who Layeth the SmackDown with the People’s Elbow; who is able to forget those golden moments. I mean, they’re etched into our brains, and I speak for a lot of people when I say that. The craze was so extreme that I actually fractured my leg once trying to complete a Jeff Hardy + a Brahma Bull “Swanton Elbow” ;.This just goes showing just how much we were in love with those people with the cool hair, the big muscles, and obviously the underwear. The thing that people never followed was the “Please don’t try this at home”!
Then came the name change, and I personally feel so it wasn’t only the name that had changed. Maybe I was growing from the jawhorse, but that’s not right because I’m still a WWE fan. In came a brand new breed of muscle-men, hungry for each other’s blood. Brock Lesnar.. Man he was one strong guy. He bloody broke the ring, and the tool used was a Big Show! A 500 pound superplex! I really could hear myself thinking “What the hell just happened?!” followed by “What else did you anticipate?” John Cena, a thin little thing who liked slapping people and showing some “ruthless aggression” has become near legend, followed by famous brands Batista the Animal, Mr. 619 Rey Mysterio and the Punjabi Giant, The Great Khali. Although extremely talented and bloody well powerful, these new champions somehow didn’t have what the older Heroes did. They had just disappeared. And even today, I’m always hoping for some turn of events and The Rock, or Stone Cold walking down towards the ring. But such is life.