It's kind of obvious why they don't want neckmoves but have DBZ, Supernatural, Power Rangers and whatnot on the program. HOW many kids decide to try out how to kill a demon with blades or shit? Close to zero. And how many kids'd try out wrestling moves, done by actual people, claimed to be 100%real and nobody gets serious injuries and everybody seems to enjoy it? Admit it, you all tried some shit as kids, and probably something wrestling related. I wanted to test a piledriver on my brother (I was stupid, but not stupid enough to hit it, I just wanted to see if I could lift him for a pd, good thing I could do it without droping him
And if kids try something out and break their leg, okay, it's a leg, it's normal thing during childhood, no long term harm done. But if kids botch a piledriver/DDT/bulldog/random neckthingy because XYZ did it on TV, well, there goes your spinal chord.
Keep the G out of standard WWE and it#s fine by me