Im not offended. Im not American, Im not illegal, and Im not Mexican. That appears to be his target demographic. I do wonder if WWE is still PG though.
My sentiments exactly my fellow Torontonian
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Originally Posted by Trumpet Thief
"I mean c'mon, it's not that Cena is "controversial" or "one hell of an interesting character". The crowd is made up of two groups: those who are smart enough to boo him now, and those who will regret cheering him in a couple of years."
I don't know at what stage WWE lost their balls and started dropping characters and angles because people were 'offended', but heels are supposed to be offensive, they are supposed to upset people. If it's pissing them off then that's good.
They did it with Muhammad Hassan and his masked terrorist looking henchman attacking the Undertaker. They scrapped the character and the angle because of the London bombings.
__________________ "Now lets go over the facts, television ratings downward spiral, pay per view buy rates plummeting, mainstream acceptance nonexistent, and reactions of the live crowds complete and utter silence and I know why you're silent. You're silent because you're embarrassed to be here and quite honestly I'm embarrassed for you and the reason why you're embarrassed is because of the steady stream of uninteresting, untalented, mediocre "sports entertainers" who you're forced to cheer for and care for. No wonder you're not cheering you could care less about every single idiot in that dressing room and especially this idiot in the center of the ring. You people have been lead to believe that mediocrity is excellence."
-Chris Jericho's debut speech comes true nearly a decade later.
Not at all. I'm not usually offended by anything people say on an entertainment program, unless it's anti-Christian or something like that. A character mad at illegal immigrants is fine by me, I've actually been enjoying Zeb's promos. Swagger is a different story, as soon as he starts talking, that's when it all falls apart, but Zeb can stay.
I'm not really offended by it, but I am slightly worried as to whether or not this is representative of something that`s going to happen in the world soon. I don't know about you, but Vince McMahon has always seemed to me as a person with an agenda, using his created world (The WWE Universe) to spread propaganda.
I think Zeb Colter. I thought I would never say it but I'm starting to like Jack Swagger now. Its only because of Colter is why im really enjoying this to be honest. I am surprised the WWE would go to a route like this on PG shows.