WWE Exploits Martin Luther King Day
By having The Rock mimic Martin Luther King Jr's "I have a dream" motif, WWE has disgraced both itself and the iconic civil rights martyr. So The Rock has a "dream" of winning the WWE title for 10 years has he? Is that supposed to be inspiring or funny? I don't find it to be either.
To use Martin Luther King Day as a platform for a wrestler of color to mimic a great man who gave his life to advance the cause of liberty, to sell tickets and PPV buys is sickening. Keep in mind that Linda McMahon, WWE's chairman's wife, ran unsuccessfully for the US Senate twice, with the party that opposed "Martin Luther King Day".
EXPLOITATIVE HYPOCRITICAL REPUGNANT
I know this isn't a matter of national concern but:
I wish some multi-billionaire would start a new fed. How about Micheal Bloomberg?
So this is the WWF. Where Hulk Hogan claims to be the WWF champion and Roddy Piper claims to be the baddest apple on the the street. Well boys, meet the REAL WORLD CHAMPION! That's right. It's RIC FLAIR!
While you were in Hollywood making movies, Thunderlips, I was winning world titles. I bled and I sweat and I paid the price to call myself the REAL WORLD CHAMPION. Big Man! I'm calling you out and I'm telling you this: Until you beat Ric Flair, you're just second fiddle. Woooo!
You see that little girl in the front row with those eyes so big and those lips so moist? She's thinking to herself right now as something's going through her, "Oh my God! NATURE BOY! WHAT'S CAUSING ALL THIS!"
Last edited by MrBadExample : 01-22-2013 at 09:48 PM.