Professional wrestling legend and WWE Hall of Famer Road Dogg Brian James who is also a former six times WWE Tag Team Champion recently revealed how fans were frustrated with Vince McMahon for banning certain words.
Road Dogg had been a legend of professional wrestling who has worked for a long time in WWE and in other promotions. He was one of the biggest attractions of the tag team division of WWE during the famous Attitude Era and his promo was also quite famous.
Road Dogg Explains How Fans Were Frustrated With Vince McMahon For Banning Words
He has also worked as a creative writer in WWE. He worked as a writer of Friday Night Smackdown since the second brand split and he did quite a good job. Recently he had been released from WWE.
He has a great experience in creative writing. Something that AEW needs badly right now. The promotion had been founded in 2019 and they are really struggling to get some ultimate success. They have signed some of the biggest names in the world of professional wrestling today including the likes of CM Punk and Bryan Danielson.
But still they are struggling to compete with WWE. And one of the biggest reasons behind that is weak creative team. Signing Road Dogg as a creative writer could be an instant fix. He had been excellent in WWE. As long as he was in SmackDown, the blue brand of WWE was really entertaining. AEW should not be late to sign him.
Road Dogg Brian James who is also a former six times WWE Tag Team Champion recently spoke on his Oh You Didn’t Know podcast where he revealed how fans were frustrated with Vince McMahon for banning certain words. He said;
“So I totally get where Vince is on the talent and on and on the banning of words. Now you can say, ‘wrestler,’ okay? Do you know what I mean? Like, I don’t understand, — I get it. There have been several times, believe me, I thought, ‘How frivolous is this? I can’t say the stinkin’ word in his presence.’
“Like, but in all actuality, looking back, I learned a ton of words. I learned what ‘abeyance’ meant because he wasn’t going to say ‘held up.’ Sometimes, I actually think he loved it doing that because everybody would learn a new word.”
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