Originally Posted by walldo 3:16
I can't let this turd of a comment go unchallenged. Why does watching WWE as a religious person make me a hypocrite? Was the eleventh commandment "thou shalt not watch wrestling!"? Does Mark 3:11 say "he who watches wrestling shall be condemned to hell."? Hell no. Pro wrestling and therefore all
â€‹ WWE's content is simulated/fake/pretend/make-believe/choreographed/scripted/an illusion. It's entertainment and quite frankly most religions are too busy condemning sex, alcohol and bacon (thank God I'm Christian and get the last two guilt free!) to worry about what people watch on TV.
Personally, I think anyone
who complains about something they've seen on TV, especially post watershed, needs a slap. If violence offends you, don't watch a program you know
is all about fighting. If sex offends you, don't watch Sex and the City, you'll have a bad time. If drugs offend you, watch Simpsons reruns because Breaking Bad ain't for you. Don't complain about it because you're unable to look away/change channel/leave the room/turn off the TV/close your eyes, plug your ears and sing "la la la I'm not listening!"
ON topic: I'd like to see Extreme Rules changed too, not to King of the Ring, I'd put that later in the year, but to something like Unforgiven. I like the idea that feuds from Wrestlemania can be resolved at the next PPV. This year we'd have Big Show vs Sheamus/Orton, Ryback vs Henry 2 and Wade Barret vs The Miz to add to the card and
â€‹ we'd have had at least a month to build to them so the matches would feel like they mattered.