What should be ignored…
There are a segment of people that want TNA Wrestling to fail. I believe those same people want WWE to fail. One of the reasons why I started this website and chose this as my career was that I was sick and tired of the barrage of negativity. The ICW by nature is a critical bunch. I’m not distancing myself from it either. I’m very much a part of the IWC and sometimes we get caught up.
We’re all guilty of overanalyzing things and problems are much easier solved behind a computer than they are in a locker room. However, it’s important that we keep ourselves in check. We need to be asking, what is it we want? Why are we so obsessed with this wacky business? The reason is we want to be entertained.
We know good entertainment when we see it and we want to see it… all the time. Pro wrestling fans are a very passionate group of people. Men, women and children from all over the world are attracted to it and most of us have no shame in enjoying a business that’s both sport and entertainment.
When you add in the over analyzation and the passion, criticism is usually generated. I think we need to be careful of what exactly we’re criticizing. I don’t agree with everything in TNA nor do I agree with everything in WWE. In fact, there are things that both do that I find detestable – and I don’t care to call out either when I see it
But I do want WWE and TNA to succeed because I want the business to succeed. I love pro wrestling. I love being entertained and I love what I do for a living.
I’m calling everyone to ignore blatant negativity. Ignore assumptions passed off as fact. And ignore overly critical people.