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WWE Transformation: We Hate Without Ever Stopping to Praise


A while back, I thought to myself that wrestlers seem to put in a lot of effort. Yet fans bash several of them even when greatness is seen. Last night, we saw a classic with CM Punk and John Cena. And still, the crowd chanted "Cena sucks". It's just a reaction by fans of course. Cena will always get hate, no matter what he does. But, I felt that it would be good to sit back and think. Can the wrestler doing all they do, just simply be enough?

"I wish I had what I need
To be on my own
'Cause I feel so defeated
And I'm feeling alone

And it all seems so helpless
And I have no plans
I'm a plane in the sunset
With nowhere to land

And all I see
It could never make me happy

And all my sand castles
Spend their time collapsing

Let me know that You hear me
Let me know Your touch
Let me know that You love me
Let that be enough"

Words never spoken more true by Switchfoot on their song, "Let that be Enough." We simply ask, is there more we can suck the life out of. We are the leach and the flesh is out for us to attack. The blood, which trickles out, they cannot survive without. But like the leach, we suck it all up because we can. The life of which once was, is now not.

Is it not enough?

The content of which is poured out weekly we keep asking and praying more for. We get it, yet still are never satisfied. We are a growing animal, we teeth and attack without meaning to hurt. We do however, need to grow. The mother and the father are always asking, why do you not grow? Why do you never leave?

We tell them we simply are comfortable, in the place they made home. Yet we must move on, even if we feel it's not right.

We must grow, and must seek the truth.

Pro-Wrestling content will never be perfect, it will cater to certain people but never all. One day you'll be happy with what you see, the next day you won't. It happens. But if we continue to keep up with the complaints, maybe it's just as well that we are never happy. Because there is no way to please the unpleasable.

Is it not enough that the product keeps improving little by little? Brick by brick, it keeps being repaired. Sure, it's easy to attack when the walls and building are down, but we could also help rebuild and save the time.

Noah built the ark despite people telling him it would never rain.

"It's my birthday tomorrow
No one here could now
I was born this Thursday
22 years ago

And I feel stuck
Watching history repeating
Yeah, who am I?
Just a kid who knows he's needy

Let me know that You hear me
Let me know Your touch
Let me know that You love me
And let that be enough"

Let it be enough that the product improves at all, let it be enough that the product keeps attention, let it be enough that we still have a product at all.

Complaints will always be something we'll have to deal with, everyone knows this and will have to be forced to take action when it comes about. But is complaining actually the proper thing, or just the thing that gets us through our own frustration?

There is always a silver lining, but is there always a golden purpose? We already have the bronze criticism.

Who here was born into a life of torture?

Everyday a person is born, and everyday they have to see how their mother and father react. Do they always react to something the way they normally do around friends, or do they try and make sure the kid knows what to do and not to do and react differently?

Mom and Dad will always do things to make sure the right aspect is seen, despite personal feelings sometimes. Why do we not try and help the product by NOT attacking it when it's trying to improve? Do we really want the world to come on and see the same thing every day and act the same way because everyone else is?

If the world was more positive, I'm sure a lot more beauty would be seen.

If everything was always about me, me, me; there would no room for we, we, we.

"We" are looking forward to a bright and glorious future, never attacking simply because it may not fit a standard by one or two people. While content or production may falter along the way, I'm sure we could see beauty at the end if we keep moving forward.

If we stop or look back, instead of moving forward, we would never reach our goals. WWE, TNA, ROH or what have you will always keep moving forward, will we move with them or complain about what could or should have been?

I for one will always progress forward and praise more rather than attack. Because if I just focused on always attacking the past, I might as well have never moved past the day I was in at the time. I could live a thousand days in one day, but would that really be the life I would want?

I would rather live out a thousand days being in each one living it all, than to be on one wishing for it to be better. What about you?

Move forward, watch and enjoy. Save complaints for people who actually care, which usually is just one person, yourself.

You can listen to "Let that be Enough" HERE.

The FanPosts are solely the subjective opinions of Cageside Seats readers and do not necessarily reflect the views of Cageside Seats editors or staff.

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