WZ Exclusive: Glenn Gilbertti Talks Internet Fans, ECW, More

Chris Cash


Glenn Gilbertti, formerly the Disco Inferno in WCW, has written his newest column, exclusively here on WrestleZone.com. This week, he gives you his random thoughts as 2007 comes to an end. Some of the topics he addresses are internet wrestling fans being too concerned with the winner and loser of a match, midcarders of today compared to WCW, the original ECW, Congress and the steroid issue, and more!

Here’s an excerpt regarding IWF’s:

“A lot of IWF’s are too concerned with who wins a match sometimes. They think that a good worker shouldn’t lose to a bad worker. I recall one time when they were upset that Rey Mysterio had to put over Mark Henry. Think about that. The strongest man in the world versus a guy that weighs 150 lbs. and people are worried about who should go over? If the suspension of disbelief were working, they should be more concerned that Rey Mysterio doesn’t get killed, which should happen if Mark Henry fights any 150 lb. human being. Note to fans: WINS DON’T MEAN SHIT IN THE WORLD OF PRO WRESTLING! If you think they do, then give me the professional W/L record of one professional wrestler. In a match the idea usually is for one guy to go over and the other to get over. The wins and losses don’t mean squat because hey, news flash, the matches ain’t real.”

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