I'm in the middle of watching the Fatal Fourway PPV and witnessed, once again, that R-Truth's interactive entrance has been flawed. If all of you hadn't noticed, when he sings along with his music, it seems like his singing always drops off-beat with the music we hear on our television speakers. For those who ever wondered why this happens, the entrance music that is played in live arenas consists of lots of effects and reverb. This causes echoes and delays in the sound traveling throughout the arena. Therefore, when R-Truth sings along, he and the crowd hear the music one way while we hear it differently at home, since our television speakers do not pick up on these live sound effects. Obviously, more people watch pro-wrestling at home than they do in the arenas. The WWE could easily fix this sound delay problem for the majority of the audience (viewers at home) by having Truth wear an earpiece to the ring as he's singing along, thus keeping perfect time with the at-home viewers. However, the live crowd would suffer and would think he was singing off-beat with the music, just the way we do now. But, since the song is interactive and the crowd sings along, this might confuse them and discourage them from singing with Truth. It seems that the WWE is caught in a bit of a pickle. But this really got me thinking. What is more important in pro-wrestling... catering to the live crowd or the fans watching at home?