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    Default I Don't Enjoy Watching The Old Fighters In Early 1900s Anymore

    I don't know what it is but i don't seem to enjoy the old fighters in like early 1900s anymore i just can't seem to get into the fights does anyone else have this problem ??

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    Default Re: I Don't Enjoy Watching The Old Fighters In Early 1900s Anymore

    Yes of course.

    But here's a tip.

    Try watching todays fights from just one fixed camera position, in terrible black and white footage, lines running horizontally across the screen, and at 5 frames per second with no sound and occasional blackouts and see if you enjoy it as much

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bilbo
    Yes of course.

    But here's a tip.

    Try watching todays fights from just one fixed camera position, in terrible black and white footage, lines running horizontally across the screen, and at 5 frames per second with no sound and occasional blackouts and see if you enjoy it as much
    Yes your right Bilbo its a shame because when i was younger i really used to like watching early fights from early 1900s now i just can't seem to get into the fights.

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    Default Re: I Don't Enjoy Watching The Old Fighters In Early 1900s Anymore

    Quote Originally Posted by Bilbo
    Yes of course.

    But here's a tip.

    Try watching todays fights from just one fixed camera position, in terrible black and white footage, lines running horizontally across the screen, and at 5 frames per second with no sound and occasional blackouts and see if you enjoy it as much
    That's why I have never got enjoyment from old fights. They will be saying the same thing in 100 years time when they have hologramic tv which sprays you with blood and sweat lol

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    Default Re: I Don't Enjoy Watching The Old Fighters In Early 1900s Anymore

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bilbo
    Yes of course.

    But here's a tip.

    Try watching todays fights from just one fixed camera position, in terrible black and white footage, lines running horizontally across the screen, and at 5 frames per second with no sound and occasional blackouts and see if you enjoy it as much
    That's why I have never got enjoyment from old fights. They will be saying the same thing in 100 years time when they have hologramic tv which sprays you with blood and sweat lol
    haha youre so right. They will have to go into the loft to find an old lcd telly with a physical screen and the kids of the future will laugh at how primitive we were back in the olden days.

    They actually had to watch everything back then in a little box?

    haha they couldn't even step into it and sit ringside, what primitive losers

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