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10-02-2008, 12:06 AM
Lone Rogue
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People pay far more than just "good money" to do whatever they want in a hockey game, so long as it is not disrupting other fans (i.e. starting fights, throwing coke on them or kicking their seat. Chanting or booing is not disrupting. If you believe it is, find a new sport).

If fans in the Bell Centre decided to boo Kovalev every single game, even if he put up 60 goals? Whatever, they paid the price to do what they wish.

To give an example, I think Ring of Honor fans in independent wrestling are some of the dumbest and self centered wrestling fans in the world. They watch spotfests and supposed technical encounters and try to treat it like what they get is what no-one else gets in the world, especially in a major corporation. However, did I pay a ticket? Nope. So they can cheer away.

Sports, whether you like it or not, are not highly intellectual OR high society activities. It's an event for the underclass to be entertained. Deal.

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