A Reaction To Bro & Sis Reacts…

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Ok, so as you know I am a huge fan of the WWE and an online contact of mine sent me a reaction video featuring a double act reacting to the WWE 100 OMG Moments and asked if I would be willing to do a post with my comments on their video.

Now I don’t know why they want my reaction to such a video, maybe because they know I am a fan of the WWE or they are a fan of the YouTubers in the video they sent me, now either way I did have a look at the video in question and now feel something has to be said.

So this post is a reaction to a brother and sister reacting to a video of WWE 100 OMG Moments, confusing shit isn’t it but before I get to my opinion I want you to check out the video and I have to say I am forced to be brutally honest in my response…

So to the Brother and Sister team “Reacting”, here is my comments on your video…

First off as I don’t want to start off being Mr Negative here (we’ll get to that after), I would first like to say this was a good attempt at making a reaction video, now with that being said the problem you have is that you don’t have any energy, you look like you would rather be anywhere but in front of the camera making the video.

It doesn’t help matters that you look like you’ve seen the video you’re reacting to about a thousand times and know full well what’s coming next prompting little to no outright reaction from you both, in fact I have seen better reactions at a damn cemetery.

A quote from you, young man was that the WWE is fake and you would be wrong, it’s scripted, there be a difference. the WWE goes to extreme lengths to insure their superstar’s safety, thumbtacks are plastic, barb wire is cut back, tables that are not real wood, not to mention them and the ladders are actually cut in half for when a wrestler goes though one.

Chairs are made from a light weight material allowing it to bend without the extra force for lesser damage however all the safety in the world cannot make up for the real moves done in the ring, whilst they train their asses off to make sure those moves can be done safely accidents can and have happened

Concussions, fractures, broken bones, mussel tears, permanently left paralysed and even death have taken place in the middle of the squared circle and for you or anyone else to claim it’s outright fake is disrespectful of the hard work to all those trying to be entertaining for the crowd.

Now to you, little lady, like your brother you too had to come out with something spectacular I suppose and what did you pick – “why do they put legit fire” that is literally the dumbest question ever to come out on a YouTube video concerning the WWE.

Please allow me to ask something in return, exactly what did you have in mind for them to use instead of legit A.K.A “real” fire? Paper cut outs and a few wind fans perhaps, what you fail to grasp is that much like the other props they use in the WWE, fire is just another tool that’s why they have proper trained employees doing the technical stuff.

The fact that you both made comments that a move wasn’t that bad or that might have hurt, leaves me to the conclusion you’re not a wrestling fan despite other non-fans with a pea for a brain could tell the moves had gone wrong and a wrestler was hurt.

Why exactly do you label yourselves as Bro & Sis Reacts when you don’t react to shit, you are simply sharing videos for views and subscribers, the fact you “React” to anything is a joke and not a funny one either.

If this was a one-time thing you could be forgiven for it but viewing a few more of your videos is like watching paint dry, I kind of feel like someone needs to hit you with a cattle prod half the time to get a reaction out of you.

So normally I would recommend a channel on YouTube but no, I advise everyone to stay clear till you two get your act together and either stop labelling your videos “Reaction Videos” or actually start getting yourselves on a sugar rush before starting.

Now that’s my opinion on the video, I don’t say these things just to be mean but there is stuff that can be improved on, as for the contact who submitted the request for this blog, as I have said I’ve no idea why you wanted this but I hope you get in contact to let me know.

And till the next one, take care everyone

MajorMadMike

Been a fan of the WWE since 2000, watched a few from the early years online, wasn’t a fan of where the “Powers that be” were taking the company but it has gotten better with the brand split, I thought that it was a format that worked