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Thread: The New Nation?
07-22-2014, 05:15 PM #1
The New Nation?
(First off I wanna say, that there is no racist undertone intended in this topic. And I'm not racist, in fact I'm half-Caribbean and half-Pacific. So I am half-black myself. I'm like the Rock. )
Well. It seems like WWE is starting to push the boundaries of TV-PG, as WWE gave us the start of a potentially very controversial storyline at Monday Night Raw.
Xavier Woods gave Big E and Kofi a speech about that he wanted them to stop being happy-go-lucky and stand up. But, the way Xavier talked gave a lot of people the impression that this was some sort of a "Black Power" talk, and that this might be the start of a new Nation of Domination-like stable. While it might be entertaining and may lead to some talent getting a good push and maybe some returning guys, it would be extremely controversial, to some offensive and certainly not family/child friendly.
It could be memorable if WWE would push this through, and might lead to some breakthroughts, but IN YOUR OPINION, should WWE do this angle? And if yes, how should they do the angle?
07-22-2014, 10:03 PM #2
Seeing three black guys forming a stable and immediately assuming its going to be based on race is pretty damn racist, mangThe Prince Is Here...
07-23-2014, 02:16 AM #3
The New Nation?
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07-26-2014, 03:38 PM #4
Racist is not entitled to skin color it can be anything even hatred for a religion or someone physical appearance and in this topic it depends on peoples personal opinion why a 2 black people team like crime time players can't be seen in the same situation but if it's 3 black people its racist lol.
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07-28-2014, 06:46 PM #5
I am getting maybe out of topic,but WWE needs a new stable.Shield broke up,3MB hasn't be seen since the bull and matadores feud and the Wyatt family is alone and in A BIG HUGE ENORMOUS LOSING STREAK.
So a new stable must come and help wyatts rise up again or destroy them.
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07-28-2014, 08:52 PM #6
But yeah a stable of Black People doesnt have to mean necessarily Racist. We have the same Situation right now in TNA. Kenny King, Bobby Lashley and MVP are a Team right now and I never had racism in mind there. But of course we have to wait how the Storyline develop. If they do a Black Power kind og thing its obviousDo you know Richard Cheese?
09-01-2014, 12:34 AM #7
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