Hit Em' Up said:
How is watching grown men in thongs play f!ghting anywhere close to conversing on a forum. I dont see the connection with a company's logo sticker on hats either...grown men wearing skinny jeans would have been a better argument.
To me the whole concept is just very....odd and questionable (women and children are excused). I haven't met one respectable mature adult that is a fan of WWE. It's not even wrestling, real wrestling is a different story completely. Adults watching WWE are pretty much like grown children unwilling to let go of their childhood.
I, for one, am in no hurry to toatally let go of my childhood. Professional wrestling (WWE, WCW) is far more entertaining for me than any real sport and it's not even remotely close. I live in Michigan, so obviously pretty much every one in the state last night was watching the NCAA championship. However, I sped home to catch Raw, as I do every Monday and certainly the Monday proceeding Wrestlemania.
Your shallow judgements not withstanding, I'm a 35 year-old professional, great looking, gainfully employed by a Fortune 100 company, who has always done quite well with the ladies and isn't socially inept in any way, shape or form. This isn't about me though; this is about your failed thinking that Professional Wrestling is still the red-headed stepchild of the entertainment industry who's fans are similar to the Comic Book Guy on the Simpsons. Those days have long gone my friend.
You do realize that WWE Monday Night Raw is more often than not, the highest rated cable television show for like damn near the last 15 years? Get with the program.