My Legitimate Issues With WWE Superfans


I’ve been having my issues with these young and old WWE superfans on social media and YouTube since I watched “All In” last year and “Double Or Nothing” just recently.

These young and old WWE superfans went to social media to absolutely trash “All In” and especially “Double Or Nothing” saying very condescending things like “the show for marks”, “too much flippy stuff”, or “a glorified 2-3 match spectacle”.

Here are my current legitimate issues with a lot of these young and old WWE superfans.

Their Hatred For Anything That’s Not WWE - Anytime you mention another wrestling promotion such as AEW in the presence of a WWE superfan, they immediately become angry and defensive saying condescending things like “AEW is WWE lite like WCW and TNA were back in the day, “AEW is just a glorified flip fest, or “AEW is just a t-shirt company”. These types of condescending remarks from these young and old WWE superfans on social media and Youtube really get under my skin because this clearly shows that a lot of young and old WWE superfans absolutely can’t stand the fact that there’s better wrestling out there today that’s not WWE like NJPW, AEW, and the indies.

Thinking That The Current Product They’re Invested In Is Better Than Other Wrestling Promotions - A lot of times that I be on social media, I noticed that a lot of the young and old WWE superfans are hypocrites because on one hand, they criticize the product, but at the same time, they think that the same current boring, stale, repetitive, and garbage product is actually better than all the other alternative products that other promotions such as the indies, NJPW, and AEW offer which is no longer the case because a lot of young and old people who were WWE superfans actually turned their backs on the product and started to watch other wrestling promotions such as the indies, NJPW, and now AEW when one of the main reasons as to why it happened was when Raw was extended to three hours which has brought the show’s ratings down to all-time lows this year because WWE has nobody to blame but themselves for losing so many fans primarily since extending Raw to 3 hours seven years ago.

Double Standards - Another thing that I have a huge issue with is when a lot of the young and old WWE superfans come out and support a certain male for leaving the promotion and have absolutely no problem with him burying the promotion on a popular podcast, but when a woman especially a melanated woman that knows her worth decides to stand up for herself, these same young and old WWE superfans immediately bury her on social media making all sorts of racially insensitive and downright sexist comments about her and these are amongst the type of wrestling fans that I legitimately can’t stand.

Honorable Mention - One of the biggest issues that I personally have with a lot of the young and old WWE superfans is that they don’t even acknowledge a wrestler’s accomplishments outside of WWE before they even got to WWE examples include Ricochet, Samoa Joe, and AJ Styles just to name a few. They only acknowledge a wrestler’s accomplishments when they’re in WWE which is clearly a backwards mentality.

The Conclusion - A lot of these young and old WWE superfans who refuse to acknowledge let alone hate anything that’s not WWE are among the worst types of wrestling fans today.

By Kwame Shakir
My Legitimate Issues With WWE Superfans My Legitimate Issues With WWE Superfans Reviewed by Blerds Online on Monday, June 24, 2019 Rating: 5

1 comment:

  1. WWE apologists are the worst. They're people in total denial over how awful the product is. They are either blind-loyalists from the 80s or from the Attitude Era or morons who came to watch WWE after the Monday Night Wars and know nothing else. They're used to this idea that WWE is the best when that isn't true at all. They keep forgetting that WWE isn't wrestling and WWE wants to tell its fans they're not professional wrestling. They're "sports entertainment".

    That's one of the reasons why I stopped going to WrestleZone because the guys who run that site such as Justin LaBar are a bunch of WWE apologists who invite some of the worst people out there including Mark Madden who is a moron that had no business being involved in wrestling to begin with as he was one of the reasons why I stopped watching WCW in 2000.

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