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Old 20 Feb 2014, 06:34 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default I have a question about 90s wrestling?

Back in the early/mid 90s, wwe was called wwf. Nwa was turned into Wcw. Wwf had a hard time and was loosing to Wcw. Then created the attitude era to win.

Now, tna is the wwf of today and wwe is the Wcw of today.

So, was Wcw fans as childish and immature like wwe fans now towards wwf when they were having hard time?
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Old 20 Feb 2014, 06:37 PM   #2 (permalink)
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wrong wrong wrong wrong on all accounts

fanboys are stupid everywhere.

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.......and TNA is not big enough or even on the map to compete with WWE.

that is like asking if the hot dog stand on the corner can compete with McDonalds.
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First and foremost, your facts are a bit skewed. NWA is still an entity. WCW was simply a fraction of that entity that pulled away from the territories to become it's own promotion, not unlike TNA or ECW later on. Vince pulled ahead by immolating, and then ultimately outdoing, WCW and ECW at their own games. D-X was a direct answer to the nWo draw coming from WCW, and guys like Austin, Pillman, Foley, Raven, Jericho, and later others who'd shape the late 90's in wrestling were called up and given a shot to be themselves in the same way that Paul E let them after they'd left WCW with anger and something to say

Now, for the actual question...yes. Both sides of the aisle during the Monday Night Wars were equally as childish as WWE and TNA fans are today, if not worse, because one would constantly gain the upper hand over the other with talent steals, ratings bumps, or awesome matches, factions, or angles. I got into many fights over who was the bigger badass between Austin and Goldberg, who had the better sharpshooter between Bret and Sting, and who was a better tag team between Kroniks and Hardy Boyz (both sides being completely wrong).

Wrestling fans haven't changed, and odds are they wont. We'll always be immature bickering little children.
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