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O SmackDown Live desta semana conta com um combate de equipas entre a equipa de AJ Styles, Shinsuke Nakamura e Sami Zayn, e a equipa do United States Champion Kevin Owens, Baron Corbin e Dolph Ziggler. Para além disso, tem como destaque também um combate entre Charlotte Flair e Natalya e ainda um combate de equipas, em que os Colons e os Smackdown Tag Team Champions The Usos enfrentam os New Day e os Breezango.

Confusão à vista?

Neste episódio do Smackdown Live, os 6 participantes do "Money In The Bank Ladder Match" deste ano irão batalhar num combate de equipas e isto promete ser o caos total, visto que são 6 estrelas já bem estabelecidas neste programa e que procuram agarrar o momento!

Será a equipa de Sami Zayn, Shinsuke Nakamura e AJ Styles a colidir com a equipa do United States Champion Kevin Owens, Baron Corbin e Dolph Ziggler e destes 6 participantes, só um é que pode-se considerar como o mais experiente no combate que irão ter no Domingo...

E esse homem é Dolph Ziggler que já se tornou World Heavyweight Champion à conta deste combate, onde aproveitou bem a oportunidade e portanto, Ziggler sabe bem qual poderá ser a estratégia deste "Money In The Bank Ladder Match".

Nestas últimas semanas, viu-se bem que outro dos favoritos para vencer este combate é a mais recente adição à WWE, que é a estrela japonesa Shinsuke Nakamura visto que nestes últimos tempos tem obtido vitória atrás de vitória sobre Kevin Owens!

Mas na semana passada, depois de Nakamura obter mais uma vitória sobre Owens, Baron Corbin decidiu marcar um impacto naquela noite, atacando não só Sami Zayn nos bastidores, mas também Nakamura após o combate com um "End Of Days"...

Portanto vendo todas as rivalidades em jogo neste combate, poderemos ter aqui um combate de equipas caótico, mas será que AJ, Nakamura e Sami irão conseguir mais uma vitória neste Smackdown antes do WWE Money In The Bank? Ou irá a equipa de Owens, Baron e Ziggler conseguir essa vitória que bem precisam?

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Anónimo disse...

The Internet is Hurting The Business: Part 1


Part One: “Internet Wrestling Fans don’t know what a good match is!”

First of all, let me describe to you what an internet wrestling fan(IWF) is by my definition. An IWF goes on the wrestling websites at least three times a week, thinks that Vince Russo killed WCW, thinks Paul Heyman is a genius and ECW is the greatest thing ever, loves cruiserweights and X-Division guys, loves Japanese wrestling, and takes whatever Wade Keller and Dave Meltzer say as gospel. Now we could debate what an IWF is, but for arguments sake, let’s just say that the demographic I just described exists and it does represent a percentage of the pie chart. I would say about a third of IWF’s show the aforementioned characteristics. Let’s not contest this point because I think it would be a waste of time. For the purposes of this article, I’m talking about this stereotypical smart mark.

How do I know that they don’t know what a good match is? Answer: the rating system. Most of these fans don’t have any clue what a four star match is. I was at a TNA TV taping a couple of years ago and this Ring of Honor kid had a tryout match with some other X-Division guy. He was doing a Bruiser Brody rip-off gimmick complete with the boots, the “Husp, Husp” and had the “hold your wrist out in the upside down karate chop” thing working. And he weighed about 150 lbs. I’m at the monitor with I believe Harris and Storm and I’m like,”let’s see how long these guys sell.” Well, they have about a five minute match with every ridiculous high spot you can imagine and they sold every spot for literally almost exactly eight seconds, no more than ten tops. The thing was that this guy was supposedly having four star matches on the internet. If that’s the type of matches that he’d been doing than he’d never had a four star match in his life.

So as I started paying attention to the X-Division guys, I started noticing that everyone was following the “8 second rule.” Do your spot, sell it for 8 seconds, do another high spot, sell it for eight seconds. All the while, I’m reading on the internet how great these guys are and how they’re being underutilized. I’m reading on the internet how these crazy high fliers in Ring of Honor need to be signed. I watch them and most of them are using the 8 second rule. I’m thinking, “Does anybody have a clue what a good match is?”

When I was booking WCW, I attended a focus group. There were 12 mainstream male wrestling fans – ages 18 to 38 – in a room being posed questions by a moderator while myself and about 4 other people from marketing were behind a two way mirror. Two of them were IWF’s. We could see them, they couldn’t see us, and they’re being asked questions like, “Who’s your favorite wrestler?” Goldberg, Austin, Rock, Sting, Outsiders they answer. “How often do you watch the shows?” Almost all of them watched the shows. “How often do you watch a ppv?” Every month. “How many times have you rented a ppv?” Zero. Wait – what was that? ZERO? How could that be? I call the moderator behind the glass and tell him to ask where they watch them. Answer: friends’ houses, illegal black box, and bars. I’m like “that is unbelievable”. We’re writing four hours of TV a week to sell a ppv that nobody buys, but everybody sees. What a great business plan. And we wonder why WCW went out of business.


Read more at http://www.wrestlezone.com/editorials/213379-the-internet-is-hurting-the-business-part-1#pt1gzMFRydSRtWlw.99


Anónimo disse...

Só li a primeira linha e claro que a internet arruinou o Wrestling. Toda a comunidade está a estragar. Se querem apreciar mesmo wrestling e as historias afastem-se da internet. Hoje em dia já sabemos tudo o que vai acontecer, não existe imprevisibildade, 6 meses antes já sabemos tudo o que vai acontecer..