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Reflective Essay Highs And Lows Of Being A Fan Of The World Wrestling Federation I Love the World Wrestling Federation WWF I have watched and supported the WWF for over 8 years I remember Hulk Hogan Randy Savage and Jake Roberts and now today my idles are Triple H The Rock and The Undertaker What is it about the WWF that I like if you asked me 6 years ago I would say that is because I think that Bret Hart is great and is a champion but what about now there is no Bret Hart or Hulk Hogan is it the violence or the soap opera story lines The WWF at present day is very publicised a lot of lights and very expensive entrance music composed by well-known artists such as Run DMC Kid Rock and Method Man The olden days as I call them were different Superstars would enter the ring at the sound of drums or sometimes even a fully composed song like for Hulk Hogan The Real American that was a song that if played at an event would send chills up your back and goose bumps over my body because it was time for Hulkamania Then there were themes that would get me into a state of seriousness like the original Undertaker theme or Earthquake These themes would be slow or loud and would make you think here comes the bad guy Now all the themes sound good The bad guys are sometimes better than the good guys For example Triple H is a brilliant theme and is better than The Rocks theme but the goose bump giving spine tingling effect of the rocks theme is still there and that effect has been there through out WWF history Bret Hart Shawn Michaels The Undertaker The Rock and of Hulk Hogan I feel the arena quality these days are very good there are live events at lots of well-known arenas
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