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Re: What's wrong with "professional" paintball players

In Reply to: Re: What's wrong with "professional" paintball players posted by SARGE on October 26, 2003 at 12:11:27:

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on October 29, 2003 at 20:42:06

I agree with you! Even though I hope the Super 7 goes farther than the terribly ran and reffed NXL I think the players need to grow up and act like pros. I was there at World Cup and I was watching the Miami Effect Aftershock game. I watched 2 different familys walk away because the players calling out the hot bunkers saying "back right-piece of F--k" back left piece of F--k" ect. Real nice for the kids watching.

The way these teams talk to people and act to people is amazing. Anyone who thinks that is the right thing to do in this sport is a joke themselves. I can go on and on , this is a bad subject but it needs to be delt with. Many teams think its cool, funny, and the way it should be. Its not! Its childish.

The reason I like Super 7 is you dont have to deal with this kind oftricycle. If you say the F word you get pulled and another player gets pulled. If you yell at the refs or other players you get pulled. I commend the Super 7 for this and wish the NXL would do the same. Maybe the people running the NXL need to address this , and if they dont I hope it comes back to haunt them.
Good luck to all the teams going to Miami and Good luck to the SUPER 7!

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