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Old 12 Oct 2011, 02:57 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Do you Enjoy WWE bringing Real Backstage work into RAW?

Such as bringing in Johnny Tonsillitis to WWE backstage story lines and subtly revealing that they're writers and they're screwing over wrestlers (breaking fourth wall/kayfabe).















Do you prefer WWE to use the real company elements, or do you prefer the fictional stories (be they completely fictional, such as Undertaker, or fictional characters based on real life, such as Stephanie and Shane McMahon hating Vince in WWE, but members of the company in real life, etc).















What do you think?
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It certainly brings more entertainment to the wwe















Keeping us watching to see what happens
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ya i dont mind it and makes it seems realier
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The realer it gets the more interesting the storyline becomes because the realistic part serves as a backbone to the storyline which makes it seem more personal and entertaining. The conflicts seem more personal and you get reactions from the crown like Ohhhhh! ie. CM Punk always making fun of Triple H and his wife.
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I think it is important to incorporate both elements. Make the story exciting and larger than life, but also hold a thread of reality to it, to make it believable.































This current storyline, with Professional Wrestlers walking out because Professional Wrestling became to rough and unsafe is one of the most contradictory and undetached storylines yet. How are we expected to take that seriously? That's like Police Officers protesting their jobs because catching bad guys is to dangerous.
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