Does anyone else find it funny that they are advertising the WWE during NFL games? Most of use already think the are one in the same.
A lot of it does feel scripted.
Especially considering WWE is doing some SERIOUSLY nefarious things in order to make money these days.
The other parallel: Despite being a lifelong fan of WWE, I quit watching it due to a combo of poor product and poor business practices.
But hey, more time for the NHL & AEW!
They’re still separate? I thought they had merged.
The WWE referees have more credibility.
Does this mean it would be appropriate for me to smash a chair on Paul Pasqualoni’s back?
Or tie up Jeff Rice in the ropes?
Now we know why Houchili worked so hard on his guns
I think the Hochuli clan would make great WWE refs.
Not sure why I’m asking cuz I quit having interest in Big Time Wrestling after Dick the Bruiset and the Shiek!!
What are they doing business wise?
Well legally they are both the same type of entity - “Sports entertainment”. This technically allows the NFL to do the same type of things that the WWE does…
Oh you know, the usual. Making craploads of money by being a propaganda arm of the Saudi Arabian government.
I mean, have you ever seen Ed Hochuli take a chair shot, or even just a flat back bump? Hell no you haven’t.
Not that I wouldn’t like to have…or thought about doing.
what gets me is Triple H is the Boss and CEO of Raw and they are having a WWE Vs NXT battle and Triple H is acting like he is the Leader of NXT & not Raw or Smackdown.
I watch WWE each week , I like it BUT having said that, know it’s “entertainment” not reality.
yes, some of it is overly childish and silly : Bray Wyatt’s half-assed Mr Roger’s skit , The 24/7 belt, That Congo line, when they put a couple nobody small-thin wrestlers in matches against vet wrestlers twice their size, to Randy Orton interrupting matches by RKO’ing certain wrestlers during good matches , to those fools shaking their ass and throwing pancakes all over , to a gimpy Rey Mysterio thinking he’s going to beat Brock Lesnar on his own.