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RyanSxi

posted on 18th Mar 08 at 11:49

Also, yes it should be on sky sports. Still a sport.


RyanSxi

posted on 18th Mar 08 at 11:49

quote:
Originally posted by Marc
Really :!


My response was the same wen I found out :lol:


johnhara1

posted on 18th Mar 08 at 11:15

Biggest pile of shite on TV IMO


Hammer

posted on 18th Mar 08 at 11:14

They are checked regularly under a wellness program that UEFA and FIFA would do well to copy. Not only does it eliminate the use of performance enhancers it runs cardiovasular checks to make sure your not going to drop dead of a heart attack.

3 strikes and your out policy; 1st strike 30 day suspension, 2nd strike 60 day suspension and 3rd strike your tin tacked.


Carl

posted on 18th Mar 08 at 11:08

if they are athletes maybe they should be checked for banned substances etc. :o:lol:


Marc

posted on 18th Mar 08 at 00:56

Really :!


Cosmo

posted on 18th Mar 08 at 00:56

quote:
Originally posted by Marc
GAJYB


I have.


Marc

posted on 18th Mar 08 at 00:37

GAJYB


Cosmo

posted on 17th Mar 08 at 20:12

WRGAF


Russ

posted on 17th Mar 08 at 20:09

quote:
Originally posted by bigdan
WRESTLING IS REAL!

so yes its still a sport :D
they should start showing movies on sky sports then as they are all scripted too


bigdan

posted on 17th Mar 08 at 17:44

WRESTLING IS REAL!

so yes its still a sport :D


Hammer

posted on 17th Mar 08 at 17:21

quote:
Originally posted by Marc
I agree that they are athletes in a sense as I know how much hard work they have to do to get in the condition they are in.

I just think its place should be on an entertainment channel.


Your probably right tbh.


Hammer

posted on 17th Mar 08 at 17:20

quote:
Originally posted by Cosmo
quote:
Originally posted by Hammer
Watching Rangers play anti-football isnt sport, yet they get onto Sky Sports



:!:!


PMSL :lol:


Marc

posted on 17th Mar 08 at 17:00

I agree that they are athletes in a sense as I know how much hard work they have to do to get in the condition they are in.

I just think its place should be on an entertainment channel.


Cosmo

posted on 17th Mar 08 at 16:59

quote:
Originally posted by Hammer
Watching Rangers play anti-football isnt sport, yet they get onto Sky Sports



:!:!


Hammer

posted on 17th Mar 08 at 16:57

It's sports entertainment and the athletes are as physically impressive as any sport, plus it would leave gaping holes in Sky Sports schedule as there's always some wrestling on of some description.

Doesn't really bother me tbh its fairly trivial, if i dont want to watch it i turn it over to another of the several sports channels.


Tom

posted on 17th Mar 08 at 16:57

In a word no, infact it should all be banned for ever as it's super bent.


Marc

posted on 17th Mar 08 at 16:55

For years now I've wondered why the WWE is shown on Sky Sports, after being informed at the age of 10 that it was staged I wondered why it was shown on sports channels (Suppose it should have being obvious when they were wrapping chairs around each others heads!) So, bearing in mind that it is in actual fact staged and presented as a sport should it really be shown on a sports channel? Surely it lowers the "real" fighting sports such as boxing that feature people actually inflicting pain on each other and most of the time deserving their win. Should it be shown on Sky One instead?