F4W/Observer-Is it still worth paying for?

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Re: F4W/Observer-Is it still worth paying for?

Post by FilipPejic » Thu Aug 16, 2018 3:06 am

I got to say this Dave fucked up but he admit he fucked up and apologized the tremendous mistake he made. What I don’t like know is the fact that people are still attacking after apologizing who I believe don’t have the right to attack someone s character especially when it comes to their own character. For example, Seth Rollins trashing on Dave when the fact he cheated on his fiancée with someone else and that someone who is fucking nazi and by the way she is dating Sonya Deville. Then no one wants to say shit about all the shitty things Randy has done and is being accused of now but, one thing taken out of context the whole wwe roster goes on a high school mentality attack one person.
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Post by supersonic » Thu Aug 16, 2018 5:18 am

If there’s anyone I want advice from on having woke views on women, it’s Colby Lopez.

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Post by Danwaka » Thu Aug 16, 2018 5:19 pm

I think Dave and Bryan were idiots and deserve criticism, but watching WWE wrestlers suddenly find a backbone and voice when they didn't for Saudi, Hogan or any equally heinous shit the company does has been amusing. Seth Rollins especially, but most of them continuing to attack Dave just look like hypocrites. Titus and New Day at least had the balls to make a public statement on Hogan when asked.

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Post by mlev76 » Thu Aug 16, 2018 5:49 pm

It's a lot easier to criticize someone who is not financially in charge of your lifetime especially when they are 1) clearly in the wrong and 2) have a history of suspect statements.

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Post by FilipPejic » Fri Aug 17, 2018 12:19 pm

I don’t if I’m allowed to post this, but I’ll delete right away if I’m not allowed to post a quote from wrestling observer radio.


I ended up being in the eye of the storm this week based on comments that I made on Wrestling Observer Radio last week.

For those who defended me, thanks. But I was wrong the way I worded things. Yes, things were taken out of context and the meaning espoused to what I said wasn’t what I meant. Even saying that, I was still wrong and apologized, actually immediately for it, to Peyton Royce. It was sincere. I knew the fact I apologized and sincerely felt bad wasn’t going to matter. And I know many felt I made a big mistake in doing so. But this was not a political decision, it was a decision based on my own feeling of right and wrong, and I was wrong. It’s a very tricky issue because I hate objectifying women or men based on looks while covering a business that is so heavily based on looks and bodies and where judgments are made. It’s really difficult because this is a business where cosmetic look plays a gigantic factor in who gets pushed and who doesn’t. It’s the nature of the entertainment business. To ignore that fact would really be not doing a part of my job. But others do the same job and I’ve been lucky enough to be a major player, and thus under a heavier microscope. But I still shouldn’t have said what I said. It is a difficult balancing act to be honest in analysis, but that’s not an excuse. We all make mistakes and all you can do is learn from them. I’ve learned from this one. It won’t happen again.
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Post by supersonic » Sun Nov 25, 2018 7:43 pm

Pretty quiet about Ellsworth and Lars.

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Re: F4W/Observer-Is it still worth paying for?

Post by Jeff Hawkins » Tue Nov 27, 2018 1:54 am

seems pretty obvious Khan went to dave, who gave them JR and Jericho.

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Post by SuperplexlariatBW » Tue Nov 27, 2018 3:50 am

Jeff Hawkins wrote:
Tue Nov 27, 2018 1:54 am
seems pretty obvious Khan went to dave, who gave them JR and Jericho.
Also obvious he's campaigning on their behalf to get people to leave WWE.

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Regarding the last part, both Dave and Bryan are full of shit in comparing the situations. Those few years of gathering WrestleMania group tickets weren’t because of any deal between the Observer and WWE/venues. It was through the tediously hard work of Smolek and me.

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Re: F4W/Observer-Is it still worth paying for?

Post by Goat » Tue Feb 12, 2019 1:25 pm

I may be reading too much into this, but Dave's, let's be nice and say, subdued reaction to Kota Ibushi signing full time with NJPW over AEW might be an indication of where the coverage of those two promotions may be headed.

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