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THE X-FICTOR FINAL - AM VS. FALLEN - YOUR VOTE MATTERS!

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    Re: THE X-FICTOR FINAL - AM VS. FALLEN - YOUR VOTE MATTERS!

    To be frank, I wasn't too impressed by Fallen's entry. It certainly wasn't bad, but most of it seemed really generic to me and didn't particularly stand out in what is the final of a big Fan Fiction tournament. The heel has his minions who take out the good guys backstage before their matches, the faces are constantly against the odds. I mean, there's nothing wrong with it, but it's stuff I've seen many times before.

    It picked up around the halfway mark. I really liked the finish to Best of the Best and the aftermath. We've seen that kind of controversial call before, but this one felt fresh. It was executed very well. The stipulations by both men are logical and Punk's in particular raises the stakes significantly for the blow-off match. I'll echo WMS' thoughts on the promo. It didn't read like a CM Punk promo to me. The snarkiness and the breaking of kayfabe is there, but it feels forced, especially with the "alllright, I'll let you off the hook" line. His final show is very solid from top to bottom, but I wasn't blown away by the match. I played it out in my mind and I thought it was pretty good, but not great.


    I enjoyed AM's entry a lot more. Right off the bat, he introduces a new pro-wrestling universe with a fresh spin on the authority angle and the notable absence of any McMahons. Each match on his card has a great story which all tie in to the Heenan vs Heyman civil war. Steve Austin vs the machine is a winning formula, and while it was done to death in reality, it still feels very fresh here with opponents from more modern times, particularly Brock Lesnar. I like the way Heyman sneaked a clause into the contract. That's the kind of thing the Heyman character would do.

    I wasn't fond of the promo and thought it was by far the weakest part of the entry. AM got down the Stone Cold way of talking very nicely, but the content rubbed me the wrong way. It read like Austin was pandering to the crowd, which isn't how Austin generally acts as a babyface. It improved when he started talking trash to Ric Flair, but overall I thought it could have been executed much better. Fortunately, the match was amazing, honestly one of the best I've read. The Stunner right at the start of the match, followed by Heenan breaking up the pin, was a very nice touch. The match was very logical, both wrestlers playing their roles, and the finish was very profound.


    Both participants wroke what I thought were fairly weak promos, but I liked AM's story and match a lot more. He gets my vote.

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    • #17
      Re: THE X-FICTOR FINAL - AM VS. FALLEN - YOUR VOTE MATTERS!

      To be frank, I wasn't too impressed by Fallen's entry. It certainly wasn't bad, but most of it seemed really generic to me and didn't particularly stand out in what is the final of a big Fan Fiction tournament. The heel has his minions who take out the good guys backstage before their matches, the faces are constantly against the odds. I mean, there's nothing wrong with it, but it's stuff I've seen many times before.

      It picked up around the halfway mark. I really liked the finish to Best of the Best and the aftermath. We've seen that kind of controversial call before, but this one felt fresh. It was executed very well. The stipulations by both men are logical and Punk's in particular raises the stakes significantly for the blow-off match. I'll echo WMS' thoughts on the promo. It didn't read like a CM Punk promo to me. The snarkiness and the breaking of kayfabe is there, but it feels forced, especially with the "alllright, I'll let you off the hook" line. His final show is very solid from top to bottom, but I wasn't blown away by the match. I played it out in my mind and I thought it was pretty good, but not great.


      I enjoyed AM's entry a lot more. Right off the bat, he introduces a new pro-wrestling universe with a fresh spin on the authority angle and the notable absence of any McMahons. Each match on his card has a great story which all tie in to the Heenan vs Heyman civil war. Steve Austin vs the machine is a winning formula, and while it was done to death in reality, it still feels very fresh here with opponents from more modern times, particularly Brock Lesnar. I like the way Heyman sneaked a clause into the contract. That's the kind of thing the Heyman character would do.

      I wasn't fond of the promo and thought it was by far the weakest part of the entry. AM got down the Stone Cold way of talking very nicely, but the content rubbed me the wrong way. It read like Austin was pandering to the crowd, which isn't how Austin generally acts as a babyface. It improved when he started talking trash to Ric Flair, but overall I thought it could have been executed much better. Fortunately, the match was amazing, honestly one of the best I've read. The Stunner right at the start of the match, followed by Heenan breaking up the pin, was a very nice touch. The match was very logical, both wrestlers playing their roles, and the finish was very profound.


      Both participants wroke what I thought were fairly weak promos, but I liked AM's story and match a lot more. He gets my vote.

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      • #18
        Re: THE X-FICTOR FINAL - AM VS. FALLEN - YOUR VOTE MATTERS!

        Back to back for AM! Congrats!

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        • #19
          Re: THE X-FICTOR FINAL - AM VS. FALLEN - YOUR VOTE MATTERS!

          Back to back for AM! Congrats!

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          • #20
            Re: THE X-FICTOR FINAL - AM VS. FALLEN - YOUR VOTE MATTERS!

            Congratulations AM, well deserved victory my man.

            Tip of the hat to Fallen for making it this far and making it a close fight in the finals.

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            • #21
              Re: THE X-FICTOR FINAL - AM VS. FALLEN - YOUR VOTE MATTERS!

              Congratulations AM, well deserved victory my man.

              Tip of the hat to Fallen for making it this far and making it a close fight in the finals.

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              • #22
                Re: THE X-FICTOR FINAL - AM VS. FALLEN - YOUR VOTE MATTERS!

                I'm honored gentlemen. Now the question, do I coach next year? Or shoot for the three peat?
                Visit prowrestlingiowa.net
                Follow me on Twitter: @1RealSmartAlex
                Wonder what happened to the guy Seth Rollins did a moonsault off of? Follow @OfftheChestTR and listen to "Off the Chest of Timothy Regal"

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                • #23
                  Re: THE X-FICTOR FINAL - AM VS. FALLEN - YOUR VOTE MATTERS!

                  I'm honored gentlemen. Now the question, do I coach next year? Or shoot for the three peat?
                  Visit prowrestlingiowa.net
                  Follow me on Twitter: @1RealSmartAlex
                  Wonder what happened to the guy Seth Rollins did a moonsault off of? Follow @OfftheChestTR and listen to "Off the Chest of Timothy Regal"

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                  • #24
                    Re: THE X-FICTOR FINAL - AM VS. FALLEN - YOUR VOTE MATTERS!

                    Congrats AM.
                    Man of the world.

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                    • #25
                      Re: THE X-FICTOR FINAL - AM VS. FALLEN - YOUR VOTE MATTERS!

                      Congrats AM.
                      Man of the world.

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