If nothing else to look forward to...

Discussion in 'RAW' started by Crayo, Nov 5, 2012.

  1. Then we can at least look forward to a hot crowd tonight:


    Not sure what he means by rare form though, UK has historically had epic crowds.
  2. Sure you have. :dawg:
  3. :finger:

    UK crowds > most US crowds.
  4. UK & Canada have great crowds, 'Merica has people sitting on their hands the majority of the time.
  5. The hell you say. :shock:

    Seriously though, should be a great crowd. I mean, wouldn't the lack of number of UK live events contribute to the excitement of the crowd?
  6. I didn't. :tough:

    But the one I attended was also not televised. I was excited though.
  7. Dunno, I'm sure if it was here every week you'd get the same. UK culture is just loud and whiney, so it's expected.
  8. That's true, it's like our national sport. Some people seem to join a que just to have a good old moan.
  9. :haha: Whiney asses.

    I love a good loud crowd though, just makes the show that much better. So kudos to you UK badasses, and keep it up!
  10. Our crowd was good as well :okay:
  11. @ Grammar: Europeans are enthusiastic at sporting events in general.

    I present evidence A:

    There is a reason WWE likes doing the euro tour. Crowds eat it up and are loud as fuck.
  12. They should host a live event in Scotland when they're over here, we would be loud as hell.
  13. So in e-mail that was sent to me it said tonight's Raw is "a happy note".

  14. The crowd tonight was pretty epic. Didn't expect Cena getting more boo's than Punk.

    Why can't we be more like them? :upset:
  15. When did your sig happen on TV?
  16. About two weeks ago. Can't remember if it was Raw or Smackdown. Prolly' Raw, though.
  17. I don't know what to think of it. :maybe: :fap:
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  19. The crowd was great last night
  20. UK crowds as Crayo says also give it there all.

    As a bloke who attends many gigs and concerts up and down the country I know that no matter what day of the week we are always up for the event.
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