Agree or Disagree: Controlled bullying is a effective way to weed out the weak!
- It happens in the army where only the bravest and most skilled(under normal circumstances) are recruited to defend the nation. The army trainer purposely bullies those who he believes is weak and those who need to be prepare/hardened for tough situations they might eventually end up facing in a war time situation.
- It happens in New Japan dojos, where the youngsters are intentionally bullied around and forced to the point of quitting, they are even beaten sometimes. All this is done in order to weed the weaklings and ensure the strongest remain to represent Japan pro-wrestling scene in the most effective way possible.
So here's the question, why should WWE be any different?
WWE is the biggest wrestling promotion in the world, and as such they should be allowed to recruit only the best of the best. If a controlled bullying tactic works to remove the weak and pick the best, then why shouldn't WWE do it?
WWE's best and hottest periods, the Hulkamania era and the attitude era, came at a time when this practice was allowed and encouraged. As a result, you had talents who weren't afraid to challenge the authority and change the game. Stars like Steve Austin, Undertaker, Triple H came along thanks to this system.
If Austin was Politically correct Social Justice warrior like Sami Zayn, how big of star do you think he really would've been?