I was watching the Ring of Honor TV Title tournament finals between Eddie Edwards and Davey Richards from 2010 last night and was reminded of why I love independent wrestling.
Then, it dawned on me that these two will have a lot of work to do if they're to adapt to the WWE style.
Although they're phenomenal hands, they also have a tendency to take unnecessary risks and approach every match as if it's a main event -- and, in wrestling, you really cannot do that. Though you should always look to put on a good match, when you incorporate lots of big spots just for a quick pop, you steal the thunder of the rest of the card and set unrealistic expectations within the audience that other matches can't feasibly meet.
Yes, but isn't that what "stealing the show" is all about? You might not be the main event but you make yourself into the main event.
@bisonhero: Went an watched a slice of that quick-look just now. Yep. I don't know if its just because he might not have been media trained but yikes that was pretty uninformative and he didn't come across as the nicest guy.
All in all it seems like a lack luster month. Not really interested in anything myself. Also a notable lack of anything PS4 this month. I'm sure some of you will be excited by Borderlands 2 and I find that gross. Anyways, here is the lineup for the month.
The Steam Box has rendered the Xbox irrelevant, I don't understand how it could be appealing to anyone at this point.
I dunno because the type of experience they want is different from what steam gives them possibly? I dunno just a thought you know. Not everyone has the same needs when it comes to media. Biggest and best doesn't automatically mean it fits someones lifestyle or needs.
I'd just like to point out that the charity Paul was active in was Reach Out World Wide. A charity that takes skilled volunteers and helps get first responders into disaster areas. Paul founded the charity in 2010 when he went to Haiti after the earthquakes. You can donate here: https://www.roww.org/donate