Big Red Machine wrote:Which is stupid, too. "HEY EVERYONE! THIS IS A N ACTOR PLAYING A CHARACTER AND IT'S NOT REAL ALL AT ALL!" How the hell is that supposed to get Suicide over?
The use of the character created absolutely zero interest in the TNA video game, had no chance of getting over, was done at the expense of guys who would have gotten over as themselves, and was presented in such a way that many fans thought they were being told that a video game character had come to life. Nothing about it was a good idea.
that is a lot more credible than many other things that we have to see in wrestling, i just saw a luchador, i have no idea what you guys were seeing. This i see like the ninja turtles luchadors, i know they're not actual ninja turtles because you would have to be way out there to believe they exist in the first place, and I know it's not the same turtles from the cartoons/games/comics, even movies, because, again, you'd have to be way out there to believe that.
if you really think the effort was made to sell suicide as a 'video game come to life", then maybe, that's definitely how I would sell it to kids.