It isn't just the woke nature of this. The inconsistency is the real issue. They aired a slap fight show that is owned by a man who bitch slapped his wife on camera. That wasn't the line for them, but a 10 year old tweet is? Very confusing. Jay and Mark were always going to be linked, so I am not shocked that WBD is holding firm on this.Look, we can talk openly about this.
His brother should have long since been forgiven for whatever stupid tweet he sent out a decade ago. Everybody should have moved on. Unfortunately, modern woke culture, which a lot of you people applaud, demands that you be crucified for any mistake you've ever made in your life. What's worse, Mark was part of a tag team and is now infinitely less marketable as an individual. Put it all together, and it's not completely outrageous that network folks wouldn't be interested.
Not a chance. Brothers don’t snake brothers, especially when they’re as close as you’d imagine Jay & Mark were. Such a poor comment.This is starting to piss me off. That being said, it was obvious this extended to Mark or they probably would've had Mark on AEW TV to build the FTR matches