WWE Fans Lie About Being Kicked From Monday Night Raw To Draw Heat On Company

Discussion in 'General WWE' started by ThunderdUp35, Feb 5, 2014.

  1. WWE Fans Lie About Being Kicked From Monday Night Raw To Draw Heat On Company

    The heat between the WWE and their fans continues to burn hot after this week’s edition of Monday Night Raw. As we all know, CM Punk has left the company after growing frustrated with the direction of WWE programming. After Raw, multiple reports surfaced that fans were being booted out of the arena[​IMG] for chanting “CM Punk.” Those reports have since been proven to be false after multiple fans in attendance admitted that they did not witness anyone being thrown out during the show. No one has stepped up to refute those claims.

    You may wonder why anyone would lie about being kicked from the show, but the answer is obvious — to draw more heat on the WWE as the fans continue to publicly boycott the company’s decisions involving Daniel Bryan. If you have watched the show in recent weeks, fans are showing their displeasure by “hijacking” segments with groundless chants of “Yes!” to show their support for Bryan. Former WWE commentator, Jim Ross, had this to say about the situation:

    “Seems as if some fans fabricated stories about being kicked out of the Omaha event[​IMG] because they were chanting for CM Punk. I seriously wonder if these fans actually think that they can make a difference in the PUNK-WWE matter or if they are merely trying to attract attention to themselves? I lean to the latter. I am not a fan of those who want to verbally ‘hijack’ and distract a TV show[​IMG]. Again, I question the agenda of many of the culprits.”

    The fans and the company once had an understanding, but those days are far-gone. Social media has become a platform for fans to voice their opinions with millions of eyes watching. People are taking advantage of the age of the internet[​IMG], but mostly for selfish reasons, like to demand a push for their favorite superstar. It is hard to place the blame on the WWE, because it is their show to decide who they see fit to lead their company. If they do not want Bryan as their champion[​IMG] right now then there’s nothing wrong that. The controversy starts when fans began to become unruly, arrogant and obnoxious.

    It is no surprise[​IMG] to me that there were people claiming to be kicked out of the arena for chanting for Punk, but it shines a light on how unfair the fans are being about the entire situation. Instead of letting the company run their own show, they are attempting to take matters into their own hands. The worst part about it is that the relationship between the fans the company may never recover.

    The WWE will be more hesitant in giving a push to deserving wrestlers, because there will be no way to determine if the fans are going to act out as they have for Bryan. I hope a solution comes before certain fans ruin Wrestlemania 30 for the people who have no problem with the direction of WWE programming. Only time will reveal the destiny of the company. I just hope this all ends with a respectable relationship between the WWE and its fans all around the world.

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    Article Written by Brian Anderson of Rant Sports
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  2. There's been no official word from either party why Punk left. Using this as an excuse to tar and feather Bryan and his fans is a low blow. But you seem to enjoy doing it...


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  3. I'm honestly surprised many people bought into that story. Of course it doesn't help when WWE have confiscated fan signs expressing their love for certain superstars, but I'm pretty sure forcefully removing a paying customer from the arena because of legal verbal support for a WWE employee -- very welcome and common in WWE production -- is a suable offence; and if it's somehow not, then it's an offence that would go viral and inevitably would result in extremely negative PR for WWE.

    However, I do think they're bringing it on themselves. Verbal distaste for the company and its direction is going to continue as the CM Punk saga continues. Especially as Daniel Bryan -- by far the fan favourite -- is being treated worse than stars who are effectively part-time. WWE is a company who continuously suggests that it listens to its audience and books the show based on their voices, but their booking and decisions makes them come across as liars and hypocrites. The saga of fans vs WWE is going to continue until the fans get what they want, in my opinion.
     
  4. Usually, when WWE caves in to fan desire, they give something totally different but satisfactory.
     
  5. You could argue that CM Punk was at the receiving end of this fan desire in 2011, which lead him into one of the best feuds in modern WWE history. I don't think WWE are afraid to back a fan favourite, but whether they like doing it or not is a different story.
     
  6. Of course he was. But this situation is all up to Punk. I'd rather HHH let Punk go, rather than feeding Punk what he wants, because Punk will want to come back anyway, imo.
     
  7. I'm not so sure. He said himself he was incredibly close to leaving the first time around. In his head, he was already gone and ready, but WWE came at him with an amazing offer which saw Punk's persona rise exponentially. I personally think Punk is one of the few top guys who would leave and genuinely doesn't enjoy being there in this environment. He constantly says how he doesn't need money and he has more of it than he knows what to do with. What other temptation can lure him back in? He has stated numerous times he is hurt and wants to retire earlier than people might think. Of course he could be lying for shits and giggles, but I definitely buy into what he is saying.
     
  8. Then he should've retired if he was so sure of quitting when he did. He had his big run, and if he's not happy with fighting Trips at 'Mania, then that's his decision. He left at a horrible time, but whatever.
     
  9. Of course they weren't kicked out lol. WWE will take signs, not the first or last time they've done it, but they won't go around snooping for fans who chant for CM Punk to kick them out.
     
  10. why don't they kick out all the cena trolls? not that i mind hearing the hilarious chants
     
  11. I knew this was a lie from the begining. Punk has no fans.
     
  12. i know i don't like him. the guy is such a poser. i bet he knows dick about straight edge punk. his theme song is cult of personality WOW thats so punk! bet he's never heard of insted youth of today or gorilla biscuits. then theres that pepsi tattoo what a dork!
     
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