MJF Critiques Wrestling's Fan Focus on Moves, Not Personalities

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MJF, a wrestler in All Elite Wrestling, shared his perspective on the biggest issue in professional wrestling today during an interview on Dr. Beau Hightower's YouTube channel. According to MJF, the problem lies in fans being overly consumed with in-ring action, particularly on platforms like Twitter, which represent only a small portion of the audience. He emphasized that the majority of viewers at home care more about the personalities and stories of the wrestlers rather than the specific moves performed in the ring. MJF used the example of The Acclaimed, noting how fan opinions on Twitter may not reflect the broader audience's sentiments.

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Shut up and do your job you stupid Cunt
MJF's point is well-taken. In-ring action is certainly an important part of professional wrestling, but it's not the only thing that matters. At its core, professional wrestling is about storytelling. It's about creating characters that people care about and putting them in situations that make people feel something.

Of course, there will always be fans who are more interested in the in-ring action than the storylines. But it's important to remember that these fans are in the minority. The majority of fans are just looking to be entertained. And if you want to entertain the majority of fans, you need to give them characters that they can care about and stories that they can get invested in.

So, while it's great to have talented wrestlers who can put on great matches, it's even more important to have talented writers who can create compelling stories. Without those stories, professional wrestling would be nothing more than a bunch of acrobats flipping around in a ring.

I agree with MJF that Twitter can be a bit of an echo chamber. It's easy to get caught up in the negativity and forget that the majority of fans are not as critical as the ones on Twitter.

That's not to say that Twitter is all bad. It can be a great way to connect with other fans and get different perspectives on the wrestling product. But it's important to take it with a grain of salt and remember that it doesn't represent the entire fan base.
(This post was last modified: 11-22-2023, 04:56 PM by ^_^.)
MJF is just spewing nonsense as usual. He doesn't know anything about what the fans want or what makes wrestling great. He's just a cheap heel who relies on insults and cheap shots to get heat. The Acclaimed are nothing but a rip-off of John Cena and Eminem, and they have no originality or talent. They are one of the worst tag teams in AEW right now, and I hope they get squashed by the Young Bucks or FTR soon.

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