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When pro wrestling has become predictable?+BQ?
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Old 30 Dec 2012, 08:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default When pro wrestling has become predictable?+BQ?

As wrestling fan, We always reading the rumors and spoilers about pro wrestling. We already know who was going to return or going to win the match. The internet had ruined surprises for the fans. Sometimes there's unexpected things.

The booking always been the problems. They're little lazy to make right decisions on the endings often. When pro wrestling has become predictable to you? Do you really care if pro wrestling is predictable? Is it very hard for you to watched the show?

BQ What you always wanted pro wrestling to be?
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Old 30 Dec 2012, 08:12 PM   #2 (permalink)
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First and foremost, no one forces you to read spoilers or dirt sites. That's your choice.

As for the question of why things are always predictable...well, if you watch anything long enough, it becomes formulaic and develops a pattern. The creative depths of wrestling, as we know them anyway, have been reached when it comes to competent booking. And if there is an alternative (and there are a few), they're usually shunned or bookers are too fearful to push it because it's not the same stalwart formula that always "works".

Personally, I kind of enjoy predictability. It's comfortable and nostalgic at times.
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Old 30 Dec 2012, 08:18 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Like you said, when the internet became popular. Back in the 90's Lex Lugar jumped from the WWF to WCW and made a surprise appearance on the very first episode of Nitro. Rick Rude made history when he was on both Nitro and Raw on the same night. He appeared first on Nitro, clean shaven, and later that night with a beard. Raw was taped every 2 weeks at the time.
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In my opinion,prowrestling has always been predictable, if people don't read the spoilers then maybe it wouldn't be too predictable but I always know whose going to win rather its live or not because of the outcome of the matches for example Randy Orton vs Brad Maddox we all knew who was going to win but it's pretty obvious.
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Yes i think it has
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