• WWE Referee Not Happy With The Chicago Crowd At Money In The Bank 2018
WWE referee Charles Robinson expressed his displeasure with the Chicago crowd at Money In The Bank 2018 by tweeting the following:
For as great a town that Chicago is for wrestling (one of the best ever), it is really disappointing that they can be so disrespectful when guys like @JinderMahal and @WWERomanReigns are busting there butts and giving us a great match.
— Charles Robinson (@WWERobinson) June 18, 2018
Roman Reigns tweeted the following regarding the Chicago crowd:
— Roman Reigns (@WWERomanReigns) June 18, 2018
• SAnitY Comments On Their WWE Main Roster Debut
As seen on this week’s episode of SmackDown live, SAnitY made their main roster WWE TV debut as they attacked The Usos. You can watch it below:
Below is what SAnitY members tweeted regarding their arrival on SmackDown Live:
— Eric Young (@TheEricYoung) June 20, 2018
— Killian Dain (@KillianDain) June 20, 2018
— Alexander Wolf[e] (@TheWWEWolfe) June 20, 2018
— Nikki Cross (@NikkiCrossWWE) June 20, 2018
• WWE Hall of Famer Refuses To Be A ‘Bitter Old Timer’
During a recent appearance on BBC Radio 1Xtra along with WWE United Kingdom Champion Pete Dunne, WWE Hall of Famer Shawn Michaels talked about today’s generation of wrestlers and why he refuses to be a ‘bitter old timer’.
Below is what Michaels said:
“There’s a whole world out there of Pete Dunnes that have watched local wrestling and the WWE on a global scale and they want to do it. That’s the million dollar question – how do I do it? How do I start? What path do I take? And now that’s one of the things Hunter is trying to do, is give them sort of a path out but to be a littler easier.
Because he’s understanding… the WWE global brand is affecting young men and woman around the world and they want to know how it is they can do this, and we’re trying to make that a little bit easier.
It’s like any sport I would imagine, for y’all soccer is a lot faster and a lot better than it was 30-40 years ago. Every sport continues to progress and get better. The athletes get bigger and stronger and faster, more talented. And I think ours is the same way.
I embrace that because I can remember when I was Pete’s age and some of the old timers would look at me and go, ‘Psssh, you kids today.’ And I swore to myself I wasn’t going to be that guy.”