• Are former Carly Rae Jepsen fans the ones who can't let go of the past ?

    If you don't know who Carly Rae Jepsen is, she's a singer from Canada whose only hit in the United States was "Call Me Maybe" from 2011 - 2012. The popularity that she got from that song was crazy, all of the fans were creating their own parodies and remixes, lip sync videos, memes and people who didn't even know who Carly was... show more
    If you don't know who Carly Rae Jepsen is, she's a singer from Canada whose only hit in the United States was "Call Me Maybe" from 2011 - 2012. The popularity that she got from that song was crazy, all of the fans were creating their own parodies and remixes, lip sync videos, memes and people who didn't even know who Carly was before that (including myself) became fans. Some of them stuck around (like me). But others have since moved on to other singers like Rihanna, Katy Perry, Justin Bieber or Taylor Swift etc. But when Carly releases anything new such as that "Party For One" song that was released a couple of weeks ago, it seems like those fans think she fell off the face of the earth even though her last album EMOTION was three years ago in 2015 and the last song before "Party For One" was "Cut To The Feeling" last year in 2017 and she had that Tug Of War album out in 2008 before Call Me Maybe even existed, yet these people act like she hasn't done anything before or after that.
    Celebrities · 2 days ago
  • Why does Stephanie McMahon take credit for things she had nothing to do with such as the Women's revolution or WrestleMania in the WWE ?

    I know Stephanie is the daughter of Vince McMahon and Triple H's wife but whenever she's on TV, she acts like she's responsible for the success of things that were already successful like women's wrestling matches that have been in existence for well over a century now (even years before the WWE was even established) and before... show more
    I know Stephanie is the daughter of Vince McMahon and Triple H's wife but whenever she's on TV, she acts like she's responsible for the success of things that were already successful like women's wrestling matches that have been in existence for well over a century now (even years before the WWE was even established) and before Stephanie McMahon and the current female wrestlers on the roster were even born. WrestleMania is obviously her father's creation and has been around since 1985 and has 33 years of history in it too (long before Stephanie McMahon even debuted on television) if I remember correctly her first appearance wasn't until 16, so yeah she's dead wrong about that too, so why does her television character do this even though we all know it's a lie ?
    1 answer · Wrestling · 3 weeks ago
  • What do you think of The Rock's daughter Simone Johnson joining the WWE wrestling business ?

    I think Simone will do great, but I'm not going to compare her to what her father The Rock did, because what he did was at a completely different time when the WWE (which was WWF back then) was adult-oriented and raunchy for older audiences during The Attitude Era in the late 1990s and early 2000s and wasn't the clean as a whistle... show more
    I think Simone will do great, but I'm not going to compare her to what her father The Rock did, because what he did was at a completely different time when the WWE (which was WWF back then) was adult-oriented and raunchy for older audiences during The Attitude Era in the late 1990s and early 2000s and wasn't the clean as a whistle family-friendly product for the younger viewers that it is right now. Some people are already criticizing her because of her connections to The Rock, as if people weren't doing the same thing to him before he got popular, did they forget about Rocky Maivia when he debuted in 1996 - early 97 ? A lot of people said he wouldn't amount to anything in wrestling and they were booing him and chanting "Rocky Sucks" and "Die Rocky Die" in the early years of his career but he ended up becoming "The Most Electrifying Man In Sports Entertainment" in not only the WWF/WWE but in Hollywood years later. Don't count your chickens before they hatch.
    Wrestling · 3 weeks ago
  • Would the WWE audience members from the 2000s cared about Alexa Bliss if she was around in Trish Stratus's era ?

    I saw Trish on RAW from last night cutting a promo on Alexa but was interrupted by her and she said that Stratus sucked and that she should be lucky that Bliss wasn't around back then because she wouldn't have been able to step in the ring with her. Well wasn't Alexa a little girl back then ? I don't know about right now but she... show more
    I saw Trish on RAW from last night cutting a promo on Alexa but was interrupted by her and she said that Stratus sucked and that she should be lucky that Bliss wasn't around back then because she wouldn't have been able to step in the ring with her. Well wasn't Alexa a little girl back then ? I don't know about right now but she would've easily been beaten by a much younger Trish Stratus. Bliss should be lucky that she's wrestling a Trish that's nearly 20 years older. What do you think ?
    Wrestling · 1 month ago
  • Why won t WWE fans understand that old wrestlers will never go back to the way they used to be ?

    For example they watch an old WWE wrestling match of The Undertaker versus Triple H from 6 years ago in 2012 or 10 years earlier in 2002 on the WWE Network and think these guys are going to look and wrestle exactly the same like they did at that time. Not realizing that the Triple H and The Undertaker that you once knew are gone forever because a... show more
    For example they watch an old WWE wrestling match of The Undertaker versus Triple H from 6 years ago in 2012 or 10 years earlier in 2002 on the WWE Network and think these guys are going to look and wrestle exactly the same like they did at that time. Not realizing that the Triple H and The Undertaker that you once knew are gone forever because a lot of time has passed and they ve gotten older and when they don t wrestle or look like they did the last time they were in the ring, they re criticized for it. Completely oblivious to the fact that they have had multiple matches since then and possibly have gotten injuries that don t allow them to wrestle the way they used to. Why don t the fans understand that things are different now ?
    1 answer · Wrestling · 2 months ago
  • Is anybody else sick and tired of the Triple H and Undertaker rematches in the WWE lately ?

    Over the past few weeks, the WWE has been promoting the latest match between The Undertaker and Triple H which is set to take place in Australia next month in October at this Super Show Down thing. I don't want to see it for many reasons mostly because it's been 6 years since their last match at WrestleMania 28 and 7 since the WrestleMania... show more
    Over the past few weeks, the WWE has been promoting the latest match between The Undertaker and Triple H which is set to take place in Australia next month in October at this Super Show Down thing. I don't want to see it for many reasons mostly because it's been 6 years since their last match at WrestleMania 28 and 7 since the WrestleMania from the year before that, no scratch that this feud goes all of the way back to 2001 which was at a WrestleMania 10 years before that match. They wrestled in 2002 and even had matches way before that in the late 1990's as a matter of fact. The point I'm making here is that this match has been done to death so many times to the point where I don't want to see it anymore because these guys are too old now, especially The Undertaker whose been in the WWE a lot longer than Triple H. Enough is enough.
    1 answer · Wrestling · 2 months ago
  • Would Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson still be as successful as he is now if he didn't leave the WWE to make movies in the early 2000's ?

    A lot of people say The Rock was a big deal because he was a full time wrestler for a short time, he only wrestled for 6 years between 1996 and 2002 and then only made sporadic appearances for a year or two after that where he only came back for one night or wrestled only a few matches a year and then he was gone for good in 2004. Rock returned in... show more
    A lot of people say The Rock was a big deal because he was a full time wrestler for a short time, he only wrestled for 6 years between 1996 and 2002 and then only made sporadic appearances for a year or two after that where he only came back for one night or wrestled only a few matches a year and then he was gone for good in 2004. Rock returned in 2011 but because of the fact that he came back nearly 10 years later and was still doing the movie stuff, he was pretty much doing the same thing he was doing in 2003, with the one off appearances and the WrestleMania matches or segments where he spends more time talking than fighting etc. But lets take away the movie career and say he doesn't leave for Hollywood and stayed with the WWE the whole time, would he still be popular now ?
    10 answers · Wrestling · 2 months ago
  • What's with the 90's kids saying the kids of today won't know about cartoons that existed before or even after their time periods ?

    I see this whenever a picture or a video from an old cartoon is shown specifically Cartoon Network (which I myself used to watch as a kid) and compare them to stuff that is on today when those shows ended like 13 - 15 years ago and were still shown in the 2000s like Johnny Bravo, Powerpuff Girls and Courage The Cowardly Dog. Ed Edd N Eddy lasted... show more
    I see this whenever a picture or a video from an old cartoon is shown specifically Cartoon Network (which I myself used to watch as a kid) and compare them to stuff that is on today when those shows ended like 13 - 15 years ago and were still shown in the 2000s like Johnny Bravo, Powerpuff Girls and Courage The Cowardly Dog. Ed Edd N Eddy lasted years after those cartoons were over, most of them are in fact older than these 90's kids (like me) like those old Warner Bros, MGM and Hanna Barbera cartoons : Looney Tunes, Tom and Jerry, The Jetsons, Space Ghost, Scooby Doo and The Flintstones etc. They were just showing the same episodes over and over again even though they already decades old by that point and of course younger audiences know about these shows because they're actually still around but on a different network like Boomerang or something etc. Are they blinded by nostalgia ?
    Comics & Animation · 2 months ago
  • Why do so many WWE fans keep asking for The Attitude Era to come back even though that was 20 years ago ?

    Everything is different now : social media, smartphones with cameras in them, society also changed the adult oriented and raunchy style of TV isn't popular anymore. The WWE is now public, WCW and ECW no exist, WWE lost the rights to the trademark WWF in a lawsuit which is why it's called the WWE instead of WWF. Stone Cold retired, The Rock... show more
    Everything is different now : social media, smartphones with cameras in them, society also changed the adult oriented and raunchy style of TV isn't popular anymore. The WWE is now public, WCW and ECW no exist, WWE lost the rights to the trademark WWF in a lawsuit which is why it's called the WWE instead of WWF. Stone Cold retired, The Rock left to do movies, DX broke up and a lot of those guys are all dead : Big Boss Man, Crash Holly, Eddie Guerrero, Test, Chris Benoit, Chyna, Grandmaster Sexay and even Owen Hart (who died while The Attitude Era was happening). It's just not possible. Yet so many people want it back, why ?
    Wrestling · 3 months ago
  • Is it true that the story and the characters for Toy Story 3 were going to be used in the original film but they were cut ?

    I heard that the toys getting accidentally sent to Sunnyside daycare after they haven't been played with by Andy for years and meet Lotso the pink teddy bear there were things that were made years before the first Toy Story was released, Pixar just didn't use it until then but it already existed ?
    I heard that the toys getting accidentally sent to Sunnyside daycare after they haven't been played with by Andy for years and meet Lotso the pink teddy bear there were things that were made years before the first Toy Story was released, Pixar just didn't use it until then but it already existed ?
    Movies · 3 months ago
  • How come a version of the original Mortal Kombat on the Super Nintendo was never released with the blood and the original fatalities ?

    When the original Mortal Kombat got ported over from the Arcades to the home console systems in the early 1990's, the Sega Genesis version had the blood and gore but you had to put a password at the title screen to unlock it (which I remember). But Nintendo's version of the game didn't have the violence or the fatalities in them, Johnny... show more
    When the original Mortal Kombat got ported over from the Arcades to the home console systems in the early 1990's, the Sega Genesis version had the blood and gore but you had to put a password at the title screen to unlock it (which I remember). But Nintendo's version of the game didn't have the violence or the fatalities in them, Johnny Cage didn't uppercut the opponent's head off, he does that stupid kick to the stomach, Sub-Zero also doesn't tear his head off, he just freezes the enemy and punched his torso off (like his Mortal Kombat 2 one) etc. This is because of the controversy over these moves but ever since MK 2 on the SNES they put them back, but how come they never fixed the first game ?
    2 answers · Video & Online Games · 3 months ago
  • Why is being born in 1999 seen as a bad thing by other people who were born earlier than them ?

    Is it because they don't remember the early years of the 2000's and missed the whole 90's decade except for one year ? So what, when I was born in 1992 I missed the 1980's, 1970's, 1960's and pretty much every other year before that and spent most of the 90's in diapers and didn't start remembering stuff until around... show more
    Is it because they don't remember the early years of the 2000's and missed the whole 90's decade except for one year ? So what, when I was born in 1992 I missed the 1980's, 1970's, 1960's and pretty much every other year before that and spent most of the 90's in diapers and didn't start remembering stuff until around the end of decade when I was 6 or 7. How is that any different from what other people experienced ? How do you expect people to remember years they weren't born in unless it was something that you learned in school that you needed to know like 1776 or something ?
    6 answers · Polls & Surveys · 3 months ago
  • Do you think Alexa Bliss is jealous that Ronda Rousey is more popular than her on WWE RAW ?

    All Alexa Bliss can say is that Ronda Rousey is an overhyped and overrated rookie and that she's sick and tired of being upstaged by her. Even though she was getting mainstream media attention long before she even became a WWE wrestler, Rousey only started her WWE career now and it was that mainstream attention in the UFC that got her those... show more
    All Alexa Bliss can say is that Ronda Rousey is an overhyped and overrated rookie and that she's sick and tired of being upstaged by her. Even though she was getting mainstream media attention long before she even became a WWE wrestler, Rousey only started her WWE career now and it was that mainstream attention in the UFC that got her those opportunities to appear at WrestleMania alongside The Rock (and more recently Kurt Angle) against Triple H and Stephanie McMahon. What has Alexa done outside of wrestling ? Oh yeah that's right ABSOLUTELY NOTHING !!
    17 answers · Wrestling · 3 months ago
  • What was your reaction when former WWE wrestler Brian Christopher aka Grandmaster Sexay from Too Cool passed away a few days ago ?

    It was really sad because Grandmaster Sexay alongside Scotty 2 Hotty and Rikishi were one of my favorite tag teams on WWF/E RAW and Smackdown (alongside The Hardy Boyz and The Dudley's and Edge and Christian) during The Attitude Era years from the early 2000's when they put on those yellow and black sunglasses and danced before or after... show more
    It was really sad because Grandmaster Sexay alongside Scotty 2 Hotty and Rikishi were one of my favorite tag teams on WWF/E RAW and Smackdown (alongside The Hardy Boyz and The Dudley's and Edge and Christian) during The Attitude Era years from the early 2000's when they put on those yellow and black sunglasses and danced before or after every match. Also Rikishi's stink face when he would rub his butt in his opponent's faces whenever they sat down in the turnbuckles then Scotty hopping around on one leg and flopping around on the ground doing "The Worm" and Grandmaster's cool dance moves and his goggles. I wasn't aware of all the legal issues Brian had with the drugs and alcohol that ruined his life, it's sad that his life had to end that way in a suicide but unfortunately it is what it is.
    Wrestling · 4 months ago
  • How come a lot of WWE fans think that John Cena is better than The Rock ?

    I often hear this a lot, especially when they feuding with each other 6 or 7 years ago. Most John Cena fans think that because he was around longer than The Rock in wrestling, it makes him better. Their only argument is that "The Rock was great but then he left to go to Hollywood" neglecting everything he did in the WWE before he became a... show more
    I often hear this a lot, especially when they feuding with each other 6 or 7 years ago. Most John Cena fans think that because he was around longer than The Rock in wrestling, it makes him better. Their only argument is that "The Rock was great but then he left to go to Hollywood" neglecting everything he did in the WWE before he became a movie star. True Cena had a longer run than him but so did The Undertaker and he's not anywhere near the level of popularity The Rock was even when they were working for the company full time in the late 90's. Rock was headlining WrestleMania pay per views with Stone Cold and Triple H, had the highest rated segment on RAW with Mick Foley from "This Is Your Life" in 1999, published a book in 2000 and was doing Make A Wish charity events for sick kids and appearances on Saturday Night Live twice and in movies long before John Cena even started his career. Cena was just starting out in the wrestling business when Rock did all that stuff and by the time he had his debut match on Smackdown against Kurt Angle in 2002, Rock was already on his way out of wrestling by that point. These Cena fans are delusional.
    16 answers · Wrestling · 4 months ago
  • How come non WWE fans are under the assumption that the people who watch the show aren t aware that it s fictional ?

    The WWE always says that what they promote is entertainment and even goes out of its way to not call it wrestling, referring to the wrestlers as "Superstars" (both male and female) they used to call the female wrestlers "Divas" in the past but ever since this women s revolution thing started a few years ago they don t do that... show more
    The WWE always says that what they promote is entertainment and even goes out of its way to not call it wrestling, referring to the wrestlers as "Superstars" (both male and female) they used to call the female wrestlers "Divas" in the past but ever since this women s revolution thing started a few years ago they don t do that anymore. They don t even call the matches "wrestling matches" they re performances and it s now a very well known fact that it s pre-determined. Yet so many people are obsessed with pointing this out as if we re stupid, even though the WWE themselves do it all the time.
    4 answers · Wrestling · 4 months ago
  • Am I the only one who grew out of wanting to be a celebrity ?

    I did at one point but then my grandmother at that time said it wasn't great, you get no privacy and strangers are always in your business all the time. Looking back at it now, she was right. I don't mind taking selfies but I can't stand listening to myself talk when making videos, watching them is just so weird to me. I'd much... show more
    I did at one point but then my grandmother at that time said it wasn't great, you get no privacy and strangers are always in your business all the time. Looking back at it now, she was right. I don't mind taking selfies but I can't stand listening to myself talk when making videos, watching them is just so weird to me. I'd much rather do it in real life and plus people treat you differently because of your celebrity status, it's almost impossible to go anywhere you want or do anything in public without people chasing you all the time and asking you the same questions over and over again until you get sick of them, then you get old and shriveled up and people don't love you when you're not the new guy in town anymore. I would hate that lifestyle.
    1 answer · Celebrities · 4 months ago
  • What with the obsession with people wanting fame for the sake of fame ?

    So many people want fame but it seems like they don't have a specific talent or a characteristic that makes them stand out from those thousands and thousands of other people who think money and fame is everything but fail to understand why. Then they get old and forgotten about when somebody else comes along. Why not find something about you... show more
    So many people want fame but it seems like they don't have a specific talent or a characteristic that makes them stand out from those thousands and thousands of other people who think money and fame is everything but fail to understand why. Then they get old and forgotten about when somebody else comes along. Why not find something about you that you like that you think people wanna see ?
    1 answer · Celebrities · 4 months ago
  • Why do most people think Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is already in the WWE Hall Of Fame ?

    I noticed this on the internet (mostly on YouTube) when a user brings up the fact that Rock should be in the WWE Hall Of Fame and somebody else says he already is because he got inducted in 2008. Which of course isn't true, yes The Rock did make an appearance at that event but he wasn't getting inducted in the Hall Of Fame himself, he was... show more
    I noticed this on the internet (mostly on YouTube) when a user brings up the fact that Rock should be in the WWE Hall Of Fame and somebody else says he already is because he got inducted in 2008. Which of course isn't true, yes The Rock did make an appearance at that event but he wasn't getting inducted in the Hall Of Fame himself, he was doing it for his father Rocky Johnson and his grandfather Peter Maivia. So where are these rumors coming from ? If he was in the Hall Of Fame, it would've happened already.
    2 answers · Wrestling · 4 months ago
  • What do some WWE fans mean by Vince McMahon being out of touch with the WWE ?

    How could Vince McMahon be out of touch with the product that he's been running for 3 decades ? I've seen a lot of things change over a period of 20 years since I've started watching it, I saw The Attitude Era as a kid, The Ruthless Aggression Era in my teens and the current era in my 20's right now. The only things I missed were the... show more
    How could Vince McMahon be out of touch with the product that he's been running for 3 decades ? I've seen a lot of things change over a period of 20 years since I've started watching it, I saw The Attitude Era as a kid, The Ruthless Aggression Era in my teens and the current era in my 20's right now. The only things I missed were the Hogan era and the Sammartino era before that (as those happened before I was born). But I've seen a lot of things come and go, just like everything that's happening now won't be around in the next 20 years after 2018. Everything gets older, even the owner of the company does. Yeah Vince may have gotten older but so did we.
    3 answers · Wrestling · 5 months ago