Jim Ross Addresses Bullying On WWE TV

Discussion in 'General WWE' started by Lacky, Sep 1, 2012.

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  2. Well Jerry Lawler and Vince McMahon weren't playing the heel role, so it looks pretty bad to be making fun of people because of their appearances and disorders. If it was anybody heel this would be stupid, but it's by faces so it's understandable.
  3. imagine a world without hate :hmm:
  4. I have to agree with JR, its amazing that everyone says they realize that the WWE is fake but yet they will build complaints and agruments like its for real.

    Also, I agree with making The King tone down on the negative appearance remarks on Vickie, now I personally dont like her character, but when a Face starts ragging on someone, whether they be Face or Heel, it comes off a little cheap and junvenile. We as fans expect this type of behavior from Heels, in fact I would go so far to say that its required, but not Faces.

    Now had this been The King about 10 years ago, then it wouldn't have been an issue, because he was one of the biggest Heels on Raw.
  5. I agree and disagree. Obviously those going against heels and calling them bullies is stupid, but Vince taking the piss out of JR's disease backstage with Honswoggle was bullying. That's not kayfabe, that has no purpose being on the show other than mocking JR.
  6. Well, at least things will make a bit more sense now, Lawler not calling Vickie fat. That seemed to be another thing that went against the campaign.
  7. who cares if its fake bullying or real bullying. When you are promoting an anti bullying campaign and have bullying in your shows, fake or not, youre being a hypocrite. Also its a "wrestling" company for fucks sake. Here lets have two people fighting each other then run a commercial about how to use your words instead of violence. How retarded is this company