Re: Muhammed Lawal
Stuff like this is what's keeping the wrestlers down these days.
The wrestlers should be portrayed as the bigggest, baddest and meanest guys out there.
By bringing in people outside of wrestling and portraying them as badder than the wrestlers, is just like shooting yourself in the foot.
Yet TNA (and I guess WWE) continues to do this, again and again. From TNA we've had King Mo, and there was a football player (I think he was) two weeks ago backstage to help Hulk Hogan take on the Aces and Eights. And then we had this guy from Jersey Shore (the show) that went after Robbie E. And on the on the road show from North Carolina last year there was another football player that went after Kurt Angle, and got over...
Why do they keep doing this? Can't they see that the short term celebraty pop they're getting actually buries the wrestlers??
I never saw anything like this from Jim Crocket Promotions back in the NWA days...