Happy holidays, fellow wrestling fans!
I've been a diehard pro wrestling fan for eighteen wonderful years. I've seen a lot of things in my time, and the more I think back on those things (an Iron Man match running into overtime, Hulk Hogan turning heel, Mae Young giving "birth") I've come to realize that the current state of the "WWE Universe" is kind of tragic. Don't get me wrong; I love the WWE. I always will. But more and more I've started to feel like my relationship with this product has become like an abusive marriage; the more I love it, the more I want to believe it will stop hitting me.
I remember a time before a group of panda-loving hippies forced us to "get the 'F' out" (I'm still a little pissed about that, actually). I remember a time when the World Championship was symbolized by a magestic eagle and not some piece of tricked-out rapper bling. I remember a time when I tuned into RAW because I couldn't imagine missing a single main event and wondering how they could manage to make every show feel like a climax that just kept building and BUILDING. I remember Katie Vick (...sadly). I remember the very first time that the words "No Chance in HELL!" blasted into an arena, heralding the arrival of the most influential man in the business. I remember screaming my lungs out from the second balcony section of the Houston Astrodome at WrestleMania X-7 as Edge delivered the most INSANE spear ever witnessed and thinking, "Top THAT, Goldberg!" But most of all, I remember ATTITUDE.
Which is why I decided to create "The End of PG."
This storyline is filled to the brim with smarky humor, sensless violence (somebody dies... literally!) and some of the biggest "dream" feuds that sadly never happened (or at least haven't YET). It's diverse, perverse, and all together wonderful. It harkens back to better days (or at least more INTERESTING days) and aims to put a smile on anyone's face who grew up in a time when we said "WWF" instead of "WWE Universe."
Title: "The End of PG: PT 1"
Keywords: WH2K, ATTITUDE, CENSORSHIP
System: Xbox 360
Edited by Punkaholic, 29 December 2011 - 02:55 AM.