Seems like opportunistic moral grandstanding by some random person just looking to stir shit…but the man did say these things on an online forum…being 22 and living in a predominantly white state could be factors for such opinions…just goes to show…if you want to or even think you may pursue a life in the limelight, don’t spout an opinion online.
They are giving him a similar push to the one they gave Brock Lesnar when he first showed up in 2002. In my opinion, Lars doesn’t have the same freakish athleticism and it factor Brock had. I hope they don’t put him in the Summerslam main event like they did Brock.
How about the fact he was making fun of mental health issues and social anxiety while suffering from it because of this? Irony is funny.
Or how AJ Lee looks like a 16 year old Gilbert Godfried is somehow on par with minority entitlement statements or how he called his new boss a cokehead. Speculation galore on how much McMahon actually cares aboutwhat others think of him.
Naw…it just goes back to creative and who should be get the push brother…because that’s all that really matters
It would be nice if the company took a stance (as in, release him) and not stand behind somebody who is openly racist and has posted so much disgusting things. He certainly comes across like a huge piece of shit.
It would be nice… But we know that moral stances are not something this company makes.
Well fortunately this isn’t Reddit. Most people here aren’t interested in circlejerking the obvious. It’s very clear how much of a moron and hypocrite he is (or at least was) without analysing his comments line by line.
What’s interesting is that Big E responded to it, which isn’t something you usually see, and that is a new talking point when it comes to this situation. Don’t know what type of person Lars is now but it’s obvious he has some convincing to do with Big E at least.
I would say Brock has had some really great matches in his career. He was probably in WWE’s top 10 work rate guys from 2002-2004. Looking at his more recent body of work, he has had some stinkers but he’s also really risen to the occasion for some matches.
His match with Roman at Wrestlemania 31 was brutally physical and underrated. I thought his return match against Cena in Chicago in 2012 was really great. His match against Seth this year at Mania was very serviceable.
To be fair to Lars, if you went back and looked at Brock his first month after debuting he was still very green and he learned very quickly on the job. Maybe Lars will get better, but it’s going to take a lot of improvement to get him to main event level.