Jump to content
TSM Forums

Noah Fentz

Members
  • Content count

    177
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Everything posted by Noah Fentz

  1. Noah Fentz

    Comments which don't warrant a thread.

    Actually, I smoked bud with Hawk outside a midwest event. It was the last time I ever saw him It was HTM that was on my couch after a dark match with a bottle of Beam. And you all say it's me who doesn't get their facts straight... I don't need to get my facts straight at all, I really don't give two shits. You know, since I'm free to talk straight at ya here, I think I'll take this opportunity to tell you that what I've done, I'm proud of. I don't give a fuck what you think. I realize all I am is just another account on a message board, but to me, my experiences are WAY more than that. So, why would i even care what an obvious piece of shit thinks of me? I don't. I just love the heat! So, in the words of the greatest wrestler to ever live, whether you like it, or you don't like it, learn to live with it.
  2. Noah Fentz

    Discussion: Marketing WWE PPVs

    I would like to see the WWE keep the four majors (Rumble, WM, SummerSlam, and Survivor) and custom name and theme every PPV in between. I think by naming them annually only makes them typical and ordinary.
  3. Noah Fentz

    WWE Raw - September 1, 2008

    WCW was a whole new matter. No one in a WCW audience would ever accept Hogan as a face. But if you look back, historically, that face-heel-face transition made many main eventers. I disagree with that. The WCW audience accepted Hogan as a face, but not as its top face. Did he sell alot of merchandise while face? Yes, but he was still behind Sting as the top face for the company. I would have to think Hogan drew WW(F) fans to WCW. His first few appearances were dismal as far as crowd response. After time his following grew from the now WCW fans he drew. That's one thing that will always be Hogan's claim-to-fame. He was, and probably always will be, the biggest draw the sport will ever see. @ Rocky Balboa - I see huge potential in Cena using the face-heel-face formula, though. If he heels, those fans (mostly smarks) currently mocking him would probably become fans. If he faces as a bad boy or rebel, similar to Austin, he'd be in with everyone.
  4. Noah Fentz

    Comments which don't warrant a thread.

    Actually, I smoked bud with Hawk outside a midwest event. It was the last time I ever saw him It was HTM that was on my couch after a dark match with a bottle of Beam. And you all say it's me who doesn't get their facts straight...
  5. Noah Fentz

    WWE Raw - September 1, 2008

    WCW was a whole new matter. No one in a WCW audience would ever accept Hogan as a face. But if you look back, historically, that face-heel-face transition made many main eventers.
  6. Noah Fentz

    WWE Raw - September 1, 2008

    The cool thing about Cena going heel now is that he has a LOOOONG future ahead of him. He'll once again sell NEW shirts, which every kid MUST HAVE. That's a lot of shirts all over again. Also, have you ever noticed that when a huge face goes heel and then back to face again, he's bigger than ever before?
  7. Noah Fentz

    WWE Raw - September 1, 2008

    Now, see I don't think that's a wise move, if that is what they are intending to do. Back in the late 80's the WWE was the family oriented business, and it was over like no other. Then, as the fans grew older, the material became more mature, so in essence, the WWE matured with the fans to retain the same fan base. Now, two things have to be considered. First, who has the most disposable income in our hurting economy, and who is the main audience for the WWE right now? The answer to the first would probably still be the 18-24 year old demographic. Leading me to believe that if they are fans now, they were fans during the attitude era. This is the audience they should be milking. What 18-24 year old males want to see family oriented wrestling? Only the other side of the realm of possibility, is it time for the WWE to start "farming" life-long fans like those from the late-80's that are still watching? I see that as a tough job with fewer and fewer dollars out there to be had. On the international level, which of course the WWE is targeting, I think the above still holds true.
  8. Noah Fentz

    WWE Raw - September 1, 2008

    Excuse me?!? How the hell can you sit their and justify some calling me an idiot with idiotic opinions?!?! If you are going to call me out on anything, I better damned well NOT BE THE ONLY ONE. If you should be calling me out at all!
  9. Noah Fentz

    WWE Raw - September 1, 2008

    If you DVRed Raw from last week (not the most recent), the quote is during their political coverage. I didn't DVR it, but it was said that the WWE was a perfect way to encourage new voters because their "demographic audience was 18-30 yr old males." I appreciate the cessation of bashing. It truly sucks when I post something I feel will encourage real discussion on a topic, only to be called an idiot.
  10. Noah Fentz

    WWE Raw - September 1, 2008

    Just how old are you?!
  11. Noah Fentz

    WWE Raw - September 1, 2008

    Isn't that what you're attempting to do here? Hell no, I'm firing back, because I find the dismissal of a valid and fact-based opinion childish. Umm...it's Tuesday.
  12. Noah Fentz

    WWE Raw - September 1, 2008

    My original post had only been intended to share my opinion, which is a valid opinion, with supporting facts. No superiority was conveyed whatsoever. The response: You make idiotic points and then are like: Well you can't argue this and I can't be wrong so, hah. You have your opinion. I have my opinion that your opinion sucks. Works both ways. Maybe it's simply the arrogance of members with 4,000+ posts...get a life, people.
  13. Noah Fentz

    WWE Raw - September 1, 2008

    Kid? I'm quite possibly twice as old as the average member age here. Jeezus, most of you act like snot-nosed punks. All most of you do is insult members' opinions if you don't agree.
  14. Noah Fentz

    WWE Raw - September 1, 2008

    I'm not losing at all, unless you view this as a popularity contest. In which case, I gladly concede. Those I refer to are the very guys who bump and bleed every week to entertain the marks and smartmarks in our territory. We enjoy getting together and reading what all you "smart" marks have to say and find it most entertaining that the members here are mostly just repeating what you've read or heard from Meltzer and other sources. We would all like to see an original thought on occasion, but thus far, we've been pretty disappointed.
  15. Noah Fentz

    WWE Raw - September 1, 2008

    No. Cena's the most over person in the company. He gets insane heat for everything he does. He sells the most merchandise, he's the backbone of the house show business, he's the face of the company. He's not turning heel, and if he did, it would be a very bad business move. This is what I said. I never once said he wasn't over! The WWE has been actively marketing to kids recently, and Cena and Rey are right up there. If the WWE's demographic is that, and Cena is a black hole to them, explain how business has been great with Cena on top. I like this. You make idiotic points and then are like: Well you can't argue this and I can't be wrong so, hah. You have your opinion. I have my opinion that your opinion sucks. Works both ways. The demographic IS 18-30 males, as quoted by the WWE just last week...please pay attention! None of my points are idiotic, and if you knew me IRL, you'd know I have EXTENSIVE knowledge of the business, and it pisses my friends and colleagues off that I'm RARELY wrong. At this point, it is you they are thinking of as the idiot. Of course, that's just their opinion, and they are entitled to it.
  16. Noah Fentz

    WWE Raw - September 1, 2008

    Well, I will restate my original argument, for the sake of argument ... heh. Cena is not as over as you'd think, he will be turning heel soon...VERY soon. This is what I said. I never once said he wasn't over! As for "not as over," the WWE demographic is 18-30 MALES. Cena does NOT appeal to this group. Therefore, he is not the marketing future. I believe the WWE is searching for the next big personality to take the top spot. Again, all opinion and speculation. Nothing of which can be argued or even wrong for that matter. You all just get worked up over silly things.
  17. Noah Fentz

    WWE Raw - September 1, 2008

    Further proof that Cena just isn't over. I know you mean no offense to the Cena fans. Heh, heh...nice one! Of course, someday you will finally realize that Cena is only over in certain cities when there's a high ratio of kids and teenybopper girls.
  18. Noah Fentz

    The OaO WWE Raw thread (8/25/2008)

    No hate here. I have nothing but respect for every single worker that makes it to their level. I don't like CM as a choice for champion, though. Dressed in black with greasy hair is such an "indy" look, and I'm simply not impressed with his work in-ring as champ so far (he's so low-impact!). Now, with Cena out, I'd work the belt around Batista's waist. He's much more marketable and credible as champion.
  19. Noah Fentz

    John Cena having major neck problems

    You're right. Cena, Kane, JBL and anybody else who has main evented this year will probably be working the indies by the time WrestleMania rolls around. Hey, they might even get to sleep on your couch! They won't be working the indies, as you so like to twist words and debate in the most childish manner. My point, being painfully obvious to everyone else, is it's time to build (or rebuild) some talent on Raw, or the transition from former to new stars will be more painful than if Cena was out for a year. Pity you only think you know it all, only to be made worse by your lack of tact and maturity.
  20. Noah Fentz

    John Cena having major neck problems

    Bitch, please.... Was that really necessary? He's entitled to his opinion, like everyone else. Just my two cents... Many of the WWE's superstars are getting stale to the fans, in my observations. I think Cena is one of them (he has only plateaued or even declined in popularity), along with Kane and JBL. I can see a need for new (or recycled) talent in the VERY near future (maybe Sid?). I don't know about all of you, but I think Kane has lost his mystique, Cena has lost his edge (now on the shelf), JBL is the same old JBL (yawn), and Jericho is embroiled with Michaels. Batista is at least somewhat fresh (for Raw), along with Punk, Mysterio, Burchill, and Kofi. Look for more from these guys in the coming months. I'd also like to see the two Raw clowns square off (Noble and Marella).
  21. Noah Fentz

    The OaO WWE Raw thread (8/25/2008)

    You could hear a pin drop in the match. Dont know if he was too new for the crowd or they just shit on him. Too new, I think. I wonder, though, what he's doing on Raw. He would make a much better SD member. As far as his flying body press finisher, it won't be long before he has something at least semi-unique.
  22. Noah Fentz

    The OaO WWE Raw thread (8/25/2008)

    I thought that match was awful and boring. CM just doesn't have what it takes to be a champ, IMO. What did he do? A dozen kicks and a springboard before his finisher? I still haven't seen a very convincing performance from him, since winning the belt. You are very right, though, JBL has been VERY good to him. Are you blind or stupid? Thats JBL in there. Unless its a LMS match how much do you want Punk to carry him in that match. He hit all his spots and it was an eciting match. Sorry Punk isnt 6' 6'' and 260 pounds for you. Neither. You really believe Punk carried JBL in that match?! All he did was kick, and even his kicks look like they couldn't kick through wet paper.
  23. Noah Fentz

    The OaO WWE Raw thread (8/25/2008)

    If done right, Batista will look like the "unstoppable" animal, which is perfect marketing for the WWE. Punk is definitely not as over as Batista, and the WWE needs a champion that is over while Cena is gone. Orton did just fine while Cena was out and he didn't get nearly the same reaction that Punk does nowadays. Although you're right about Orton, I don't see Punk as "The Man." My money is on Batista (has been even with Cena in the picture, so I don't see a change in the direction I think the WWE's going.)
  24. Noah Fentz

    The OaO WWE Raw thread (8/25/2008)

    If done right, Batista will look like the "unstoppable" animal, which is perfect marketing for the WWE. Punk is definitely not as over as Batista, and the WWE needs a champion that is over while Cena is gone.
  25. Noah Fentz

    The OaO WWE Raw thread (8/25/2008)

    There may still be a payoff. Perhaps Adamle is such a dope that he would just go ahead and book the shit without considering the kind of condition and mindset that fuck it nevermind this is pretty awful I give up mid-sentence my head hurts... Hahaha! Mine, too. The only payoff will be if Rey and Kane battle off into the crowd and into the back. That would leave JBL, Batista, and CM to work their asses off for a great match. Batista is walking away with this one in the wake of Cena's leave.
×