Should HHH pull his socks up

Discussion in 'RAW' started by Inpunkwetrust, Sep 11, 2013.

  1. Since the incident at summerslam where Hunter pedigreed DB leaving him vulnerable to orton chashing in the mitb breifcase but i don't know if I missed something but Triple H was one of Randy Ortons biggest enemies of all time and now suddenly there best buddies. But one of the things that strikes me the most is HHH and his issue with the Big Show, Dolph Ziggler and Cody Rhodes, all they did was speak there mind now their being punished and all because Randy Orton is 'best for buisness'. Triple H really needs to stop using his authority to resolve his personal vendettas what happened to the HHH we all new the one that came out of surgery after being hit in the spine with a pipe from sheamus and gave him the biggest ass kicking of his life. So why is everyone else suffering from this?

    So what are your thoughts on this?
  2. Somebody's been kayfabed his entire life ...
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  3. In professional wrestling, kayfabe is the portrayal of staged events within the industry as “real” or “true,” specifically the portrayal of competition, rivalries, and relationships between participants as being genuine and not of a staged or pre-determined nature. Kayfabe has also evolved to become a code word of sorts for maintaining this “reality” within the realm of the general public.[1] Kayfabe was long held as a closely guarded secret within the professional wrestling industry; however, with the advent of the Internet, it has evolved into an open secret in the industry that is generally only adhered to during shows.
    Kayfabe is often seen as the suspension of disbelief that is used to create the non-wrestling aspects of promotions, such as feuds, angles, and gimmicks, in a manner similar to other forms of fictional entertainment. In relative terms, a wrestler breaking kayfabe during a show would be likened to an actor breaking character on camera. Also, since wrestling is performed in front of a live audience, whose interaction with the show is crucial to the show’s success , one might compare kayfabe to the fourth wall, since there is hardly any conventional fourth wall to begin with.
    In years past, one tool that promoters and wrestlers had in preserving kayfabe was in their ability to attract a loyal paying audience in spite of limited or nearly nonexistent exposure. Professional wrestling has long been shunned by mainstream media due to lingering doubts over its legitimacy, and its presentation on television was largely limited to self-produced programming, not unlike infomercials of the present day. Scrutiny existed only in limited circumstances, where in certain U.S. states, promoters had to deal with activist athletic commissioners. It was commonplace for wrestlers to adhere to kayfabe in public, even when outside the ring and off-camera, in order to preserve the illusion that the competition in pro wrestling was not staged. This was due in no small part to feuds between wrestlers sometimes lasting for years, and which could be utterly destroyed in seconds if they were shown associating as friends in public, and thus potentially affect ticket revenue.
    With the advent of the Internet wrestling community, as well as the sports entertainment movement, the pro wrestling industry has become less concerned with protecting so-called backstage secrets and typically maintains kayfabe only during performances. However, kayfabe is occasionally broken, including during performances, in order to achieve a number of goals, among them advancing the storylines, explaining prolonged absences (often due to legitimate injury), paying tribute to other wrestlers and sometimes for comedic effect or that of driving insider humor.
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  4. I prefer to see his ankles.
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  5. Punk fans :pity1:
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