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PWD 234: The Book Of Bayley Owns Brooklyn

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  1. lakersfan45 That's sardo! No mr, accent on the do!

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    Are you a ten year old fan girl?

    You follow around wrestlers on their off time and complain that they weren't nice to you.
    I've been to 6 summerslams and 5 manias. I have seen wrestlers at bars and restaurants many times. I don't bother them or seek them out. If I pay for a axxess meet and greet then I expect a meet and greet. If I see them out somewhere at most I'll give them a thumbs up or thanks from a distance (the miz was cool and came over to my friends and i once) . Seriously think about it from their point of view. A bunch of fans just eagerly staring and wanting to talk and pose with you while you are trying to eat/drink/ catch up with friends
     
  2. AlucardNatasrd Blue Belt

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    I had no idea he was married. My friend said "girlfriend", so that is what I went off of.
     
  3. AlucardNatasrd Blue Belt

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    Yes, I'm a 10 year old girl. Didn't you know?

    Listen man: I understand. I am just saying they weren't especially friendly, which they weren't. I am not butthurt.
     
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    you sound like just any other crazed fan that those ladies brushed off all night
     
  5. AlucardNatasrd Blue Belt

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    Yeah, maybe. I'm not that butthurt, as I said. I am just saying they weren't especially friendly, whereas the NXT guys were. The NXT guys were, in general, a great bunch.

    Mo was legitimately personable as hell.
     
  6. lakersfan45 That's sardo! No mr, accent on the do!

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    No, you said they were assholes. If anything you were the asshole. Realistically what do you expect from them from their off time ? If I was bothering someone who is hanging out with their friends during dinner or drinks and don't want to be bothered by others - celebrity or not- I'm the asshole if I bother them.
     
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    Well, I've just looked at the ticket prices for the NXT tour, and they're more expensive than the main roster shows, how is that supposed to work?
     
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    I was referencing the guys who wouldn't wave to the small crowd. We weren't hassling them. We said hi. They didn't. That's legitimately my only gripe.

    I've met a lot of celebrities over the years.

    I'm not that upset. Cool your jets.

    Here, I'll apologize: Calling them assholes was a bit overboard. They were unfriendly and standoffish. I found that off putting. The ones in the restaurant were, in fact, actuallly the nicer ones of the bunch. The ones outside who wouldn't say hi were kind of lame by my book.

    But here's my statement: I am not that upset. I am not going to cry in my beer.
     
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    Well, I'm guessing they're packing small arenas, and have the devoted neckbeards who will pay through the nose to help this indie org get to the next level and take down the evil WWE.
     
  10. Smigg Gold Belt

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    It's the same arena. So, in the grand scheme of things, it's "Hey, you know that guy who lost in the opening contest in April?! Well, he's main eventing this one, with guys just starting out and others most people don't know yet... so naturally, that's gonna be more expensive!"

    God damn bandwagoners have driven the prices up, it's like when Hipsters move to the urban areas, shit gets more expensive.
     
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    If Lesnar is taking some more time off, I think they should make it a tradition that he F-5's Micheal Cole on his way out.
     
  12. Gregolian .45 ACP Platinum Member

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    Poor Michael Cole.
     
  13. TheStruggle Yellow Card Banned

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    Aint that the truth
     
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    SS was a good show but had a god awful finish to the main event. Whoever thought of that needs to be fired/retired.
     
  15. Smigg Gold Belt

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    Here's the comparison:

    WWE Live: TICKETS:
     
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    It truly was awful.

    The crowd was fucking mad.
     
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    why should they wave or say hi to your small crowd? should they do it to every small crowd that comes by? they can't even hold a conversation or get a train of thought going without another small crowd interrupting them. they probably can't even walk ten feet without people bothering them.
     
  18. Max Power Got The Touch Platinum Member

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    Cool story and analysis of Summerfest, thanks for sharing man.:)
     
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    In all honestly, I wouldn't expect wrestlers to be too fan friendly after a long weekend of prep and press for Summerslam. Especially after the show which considering this was in Brooklyn means that this was probably past midnight or close to it which is probably to worse time to expect wrestler interaction is at the very end of the day.
     
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    This is true. You really don't know how many times they've been hassled throughout the day, before they decided to get cold to the fans and just want to be left alone.

    Don't get too bitter over it. You'd probably have a boiling point too if strangers were constantly harrassing you for pictures, high fives, and demanding you acknowledge their "hello's" everytime you went out in public.
     
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