i am going to quit watching wrestling ,once and for all?

India
February 22, 2009 4:56am CST
hi friends.i have been a fan of wwf/wwe for almost 8 years.i have seen superstars come and go.but i decided not to ever watch wwe or any form of wrestling again after wrestlemania 25.u see i am a very huge fan of kane for years now and i also like the undertaker and rock.rock retired and undertaker will be retiring after this year wrestlemania so that leaves only kane .but i get the feeling that he will be used like tommy dreamer whom wwe wants but wont let him any major matches.i kinda got sick of him never winning matches and losing to middle weight superstars and i dont think that going to change again.well in cricket,when tendulkar retires,i will quit watching cricket and the same with wrestling too.as for me kane is almost retired and his broher will be retiring in a month so thats the end of wwe for me.so i am quitting.happy lotting
4 responses
@mw18328 (24)
• United States
22 Feb 09
I have had mixed emotions about wrestling ever since the Attitude Era ended. I loved to watch Monday Night Raw in the 90's because it had the wow factor that made the show good. Also their were great wrestlers that had a lot more talent than today's wrestlers; The Rock, Stone Cold Steve Austin, Bret Hart, Owen Hart, etc. Now day's we have to deal with wrestler's like John Cena who are mediocre wrestlers. I don't know where you heard that The Undertaker was retiring this year but those rumors have been around for the last 4 years; the same goes with Kane. I am a huge Undertaker fan, but I must say it is about time for him to retire. He isn't as good as he use to be and his age is starting to take toll on his body. I was only a Kane fan when he wore the mask, but I do agree that he should not be jobbing like they have him now. I understand why you don't want to watch wrestling once your favorite wrestler leaves but the way you are doing it is not smart. I mean if you enjoy a sport and you have your favorite but once they leave you don't want to watch it anymore you won't have many things you like because times change and people change.
• India
23 Feb 09
as for the undertaker retirement thing,a friend of mine said undertaker will retire after the wrestlemania whether he wins or loses and the recent events in raw and smackdown about ending undertaker's 16:0 winning streak almost confirmed it.u r right about one thing about quitting a sport just cuz ur favourite wrestler is gone.watch out for my case.atleast in cricket,i selected a few who can try to replce tendulkar but in wrestling,do u think its possible?even after these years,no one had come up with someone as good as austin and rock and i think they never will find a good replacement for the brothers of destruction either.
• United States
23 Feb 09
Well of course there will be nobody who can replace The Rock or Stone Cold. They were the best of the best no doubt about it. I can definitely say I won't be watching the WWE as much once The Undertaker leaves but I'll watch it once in awhile. I can understand if you stopped watching wrestling when a generation left the WWE but not just one wrestler. The only wrestlers that are worth watching anymore are Edge, Triple H, Undertaker, Randy Orton, Chris Jericho, and Shawn Michaels. Once they all leave I doubt I will be a wrestling fan anymore. Of course I also like Kurt Angle but TNA has gone down hill lately. As for The Undertaker retiring the rumor I heard was that he would be retiring at next years WrestleMania where he would lose to Shawn Michaels but it seems that he will be facing Michaels this year unless the WWE has a change of plans. So at the moment I have no clue when he will retire but lets hope its not for another year or so.
• India
27 Feb 09
seriously dude i never gave anyone the best response ever since i started posting discussions here but u impressed me.good job
• United States
13 Mar 09
I know wrestling has changed and its not the same as it used to be. alot of the wrestlers that we all used to watch are not there anymore and more are going as well. but if your a fan and grew up with wrestling then you should make the changes with it. there are so many new talents and someday they will be legends and they deserve a chance just like the legends today had. i will always watch wrestling no matter what i am a hardcore fan. i am willing to change with the wwe and get to know the new wrestlers. i do miss alot of the legends but some will keep coming back every so often. just like hacksaw and ric flair do and it makes me sad that people just give up like that.
• Kenya
27 Feb 09
Also have been a fan of wwe,do you remember the days of stone cold and undertaker.And also kane with the mask.All hell used to break lose also the era of dx,thats was the show at the time and now they just talk with no action.Those were the days.
@Marcola (2776)
• United States
22 Feb 09
Wait. Where did you hear Taker is retiring? I realize he's almost 47 years old, but he could still wrestle a few more years with his part-time schedule. I agree with you that Kane is jobbing too much. Maybe he'll end up on the same show as Taker after the draft? If he's teaming with Taker, Kane will at least be winning matches.