WWE claims to be a global company, catering to the entire world. But despite that, most non American wrestlers are booked as one of two things: Either they are a anti American heel (Antonio Cesaro, Bret Hart for a while) or they are booked as a stereotype of whatever country they come from (Hunico, Yoshi Tatsu, Funaki, Kozlov etc). Seemingly the only people that are except to this rule are the Canadians (but some American's might think Canada is just a rogue state or something) and the occasional Brit (Barrett isn't exactly a stereotypical Englishman). But why is this? Why can't the WWE just let non American wrestlers get characters not focused on their nationality or the fact that they aren't from America? If they were truly a global country than surely they wouldn't need to use stereotypes. Is it laziness on part of the creative team, Vince being slightly racist or some other kind of reason? Because it really isn't any harder to come up with a real character for a non American than it is to come up with a character for an American. Why do you think most non American wrestlers in the WWE are either booked as anti Americans or stereotypes?