Sorry but I think your argument is a little paranoid ^^"
I heard it direct on Friday night smackdown, I have never read a "dirt sheet" in my life.Ruthless aggression wasn't referring to Benoit. One of his catchphrases was similar to that, but it wasn't exactly that. If you really think WWE cares about all references like this, then I guess we'll never hear anyone mention anything that happened in the WWE during the years benoit was there?
Considering SD is taped so that WWE can edit w/e they want and that wasn't edited, not really a big deal.
If you heard something like this from a dirt sheet, then obviouslly don't listen to it. Especially since those sites were the ones reporting such things like WWE wanting to ignore Flair,Hogan after they went to TNA yet we still hear them mentioned at times during guys promos and even have videos of those two still
I said as much in the OPI believe what you are thinking of was Benoit's spin on the Ruthless Aggression idea coined by Vince. "Toothless Agression".
That's what I thought when I heard it. WWE doesn't care as long as Krispin Wah's name and face stay off their programming (although there's a clear shot of him in the new WrestleMania documentary).Wasnt ruthless aggression when Cena mentioned it when he debuted?
so THAT'S what Perfect's kid was babbling about...pointless thread is pointless. Joe Hennig's whole thing on NXT was to bring Ruthless Aggression back.
Covered that in the very 1st post.Isn't that considered an Era in WWE wrestling, a period from 2001 which ended the Attitude Era to about 2005 or so?
"The Ruthless Aggression Era"
You're just letting your mind make a weird association and running with it too much.
http://www.wwe.com/shows/raw/2011-03-28/rock-cena-chicago-historyIn that same building, five years later, Cena made his dynamic WWE debut on the June 27, 2002, edition of SmackDown, brazenly responding to an open challenge issued by Kurt Angle. Although Cena was ultimately pinned by the gold medalist that evening, his display of courage and “ruthless aggression” introduced the WWE Universe to Cena’s signature virtues of hustle, loyalty and respect – all of which propelled Cena to incredible heights in WWE. (WATCH)
http://www.wwe.com/superstars/smackdown/drewmcintyreThe ruthless aggression of the Scottish Superstar paid in spades when he was personally awarded a SmackDown contract by the Chairman of WWE himself, Mr. McMahon, who called him "a future World Champion."
http://www.wwe.com/superstars/raw/mrmcmahon/"I love to fight," admits Mr. McMahon. "I always have."
He's not kidding. He was already a 12-year-old hellraiser "majoring in badass" when he met his father, Vincent James McMahon, a reputable boxing and wrestling promoter in charge of the Northeast region. As a teen, he'd spend summers with his dad in Connecticut, amazed by both the business and his idol, Dr. Jerry Graham, the peroxide-dyed, red-garbed ring performer who lit his cigars with hundred-dollar bills. The rest of the time he channeled his ruthless aggression at Fishburne Military School in Waynesboro, Va., where he'd graduate as the first cadet in the school's history to be court-martialed. ("Unsuccessfully," he's quick to note, citing that there was no evidence of any wrongdoing on his part other than insubordination.)
Maybe if Booker said "Toothless Aggression" then you might have a point. But "Ruthless Aggression" didn't belong just to Benoit.I heard it direct on Friday night smackdown, I have never read a "dirt sheet" in my life.
"Ruthless aggression" was indeed most closely associated with Benoit, and the phrase was banned right after the murders ,, Which is why it really caught my ear, haven't heard it in so long.
I said as much in the OP