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Lance Storm Heavily Criticizes The Star Ratings For Matches

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During an interview with Chris Van Vliet, Old School Wrestling Veteran Lance Storm heavily criticized the well known star ratings system for matches, that several dirt sheets (first and foremost the Wrestling Observer Newsletter) are using.

Obviously to everyone such star ratings are strictly subjective and in no way, shape or form represent everyone’s opinion.

Here’s what Lance said about them:

“I just find it insanely ridiculous that someone would watch the movie, and then want to know what someone else thought about it, and determine their enjoyment.”

Storm then spoke about the fan reactions in his early days:

“If you came out of the babyface locker room, they loved you. If you came out of the heel locker room, they genuinely hated you. They cared whether you won or lost.

They weren’t out to see how many stars you’d get, which moves you’d pull off. They were genuinely hoping you would win… That little ounce of doubt makes a big difference.”

Lance Storm most famously wrestled for Jim Cornette’s Smoky Mountain Wrestling (1994), Paul Heyman’s Extreme Championship Wrestling (1997-2000), Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling (2000-2001) and Vince McMahon’s World Wrestling Federation / World Wrestling Entertainment (2001-2004 & 2005).

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