Macho Madness #1: The Rise And Fall Of A Wwe Superstar!
by, 06-30-2012 at 10:23 PM (4172 Views)
Before I start let me introduce myself. Hello my peeps, my name is Machomadness97. My reason for writing blogs, is to see how others react about the Wwe. Am I a big TNA fan? I do not find interest, so I am not going to be writing any blogs on that particular company. The 'E amuses me and I find reaction more in this branch than TNA. Yes, I am a major fan of Randy Savage but I do not reminisce about the Golden Era and Attitude Era because I know with our particular era, we can make superstars.That's the purpose of my blog, how fans ( WWE or TNA) make a superstar. Before I begin, may I ask for readers and bloggers alike to comment below. This helps me known your standpoint on a topic and if you liked or disliked my blogs. Remember fans make or break a superstar.
The Rise and Fall Of A Wwe superstar!
Where did I get this idea from? A blogger created a forum called " How Much Does Ziggler Have?" I would like to thank that blogger for a great idea. I commented on this thread and this is what I wrote: Wrestling fans controls a superstar. A few months back Ryder was a getting a major push, that later turned against him because the fans accomplished their main gold, making him U.S champion. Now Ziggler is getting the push, but the 'E has to hurry because the fans will get interested in another star quickly. How to a superstar keep a rise when all the fans are doing is making them fall again. I have to agree with the bloggers point. Fans change up there opinions quite often. Everyone wanted Punk at the top, so the "E allowed it. Slowly after, reaction started getting slower and eventually the Punk we knew from the Summer Of 2011 evolved to a weak superstar. The 'E rewarded him with the title, which fans wanted. Now fans are moaning for a new champion. If I could recall a time I went to a wrestling event and a fans chanting " We Want Bryan As Champion" I saw the crowd reaction changing.
Now we change to Zack Ryder. Ryder was basically a jobber who was going nowhere with his career. As much as he can thank Edge for reshaping his career, it was also the fans. "We Want Ryder" chants filled the crowd and eventually Ryder became the fan's new job. The 'E reshaped Ryder who would later go on to win the United States championship. Soon after that, Ryder chants were no more. If the fans were to say another Ryder chant, he would be out in a second.
We move on to Ryback. This superstar is a beast in the ring. He has every quality of a next "Goldberg!" We get "Feed Me More" chants. After Ryback was receiving jobbers whom he defeated in less than three minutes time. Can you blame him. This is still going on, but Ryback is soon to be a "jobber."
Finally is Dolph Ziggler. He is the show off with all the quality's of being Worlds Heavyweight Champion. Chants are heard around the arena, "Push Dolph Ziggler." Eventually it happens and he is on the main event scene on Smackdown. To quote another blogger, how long is this chant going to last? "Until He Is Champion!"
Can Punk use the saying " Voice Of The Voiceless." I believe he is unable to because he was voiceless until the Fans stood up for him. Yes you could say it was his "Las Vegas" shoot promo, which was a small part. The point I am trying to get across is that that fans control the way of a superstar. We saw an example of a rise in sports entertainer, alongside a fall of a sports entertainer. Please leave a comment below. Thank you very much.