lopez wrote:I used to love watching WWF back when The Rock, Stone Cold Steve Austin and Brett Hart were in their prime
my thing is football and basketball.i'm specially a miami heat and a dolphin fanXCronoX wrote:I usually watch the last few mins of Football I can't watch the entire thing though my attention span doesn't allow it. I do watch all of the Supercross races though, but the season doesn't start until Jan.
All the other sports are just too boring to watch and I can't be bothered to watch or keep up with them.
perrandy wrote:my thing is football and basketball.i'm specially a miami heat and a dolphin fan
melody angel wrote:I'm not so into sports, but i do like to watch figure skating
Necrofantasia wrote:melody angel wrote:I'm not so into sports, but i do like to watch figure skating
Aren't all Canadians required by law to like some sport in which ice prominently features? I know all the Canadians I went to school with really liked hockey or figure skating.
Necrofantasia wrote:lopez wrote:I used to love watching WWF back when The Rock, Stone Cold Steve Austin and Brett Hart were in their prime
Good work. That was pretty much the golden era for wrestling. It was the cool thing to watch, kind of like MMA is now. My high school had a pretty big dedicated wrestling crowd. Pay-per-view parties were the in thing. There were even a couple guys who did crazy backyard wrestling stuff and made a tape of it.
spoonthehune wrote:Been watching a ton of competitive Starcraft 2.
Solice wrote:spoonthehune wrote:Been watching a ton of competitive Starcraft 2.
Same here. Even if you suck at the game, the games that are being cast in tournaments are entertaining to watch, especially games cast by Dayp, Tasteless, and Artosis. I used to be into watching baseball, basketball, football, hockey (in about that order), but in turn, either the players went on strike and wanted more money, something happened and a season was canceled, or my favorite teams forgot how to play. I no longer make it a goal to watch traditional sports on TV.
I don't know where anyone else stands, but I consider esports an extension of the spirit of competitive game playing like traditional sports. The only difference is that there's less focus on muscle building, though the other physical and mental attributes are still required (dexterity, reaction, game intuition and execution). Of course, one only ways I can think of it this way is that both bowling and curling are Olympic sports.
lopez wrote:I was thinking about watching MMA, but it's only on cable/satellite channels right?
I remember going to pay-per-view parties too, especially Wrestlemania
I still remember that epic match between Yokozuna and Lex Luger where Lex picked up Yoko on his back and did his signature move (I can't remember the name)
SjSharks182 wrote:Ugh Raiders *facepalm* We're done....
XCronoX wrote:You didn't actually expect them to make the playoffs did you?SjSharks182 wrote:Ugh Raiders *facepalm* We're done....