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Topic: WWE Greatest Royal Rumble; 27 April 2018; Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

Catherine !ttGirlsPl2 started this discussion 1 week ago #74,312

I honestly find this to be a weird happening. WWE is traveling to the land of Saudi Arabia for a live televised event called Greatest Royal Rumble featuring a 50 man Royal Rumble match. This show is also a long one as all active (male) championships are on the line adding up hours to the runtime.

I know I promised to keep all wrestling related topics to my wrestling blog thread, but this I felt deserved to be recognized especially since this is one brand of entertainment that gets called homoerotic and this is a country that is heavily homophobic.

Considering that WWE Hall of Famer, U.S. President, Donald J. Trump ordered a missile strike against Syria's capital. I wonder how safe the Middle East will be until April 27, 2018. Coincidentally, the Christian predicted date of the rapture and the start of the end of the world. I heard from some online that Saudis actually hate Syrians which makes me wonder how safe worker Sami Zayn is since he has Syrian heritage though they would most likely not acknowledge that in the show. Worker Finn Balor would most likely not wear his rainbow attire. And we already know that there will be no female workers at this event.

This is just one of the most bizarre things I've expected from a professional wrestling event. WWE is even treating this like their main WrestleMania pay-per-view event. They have a tendency of putting on quality WWE Network shows that are even better than their regular monthly pay-per-view events so this could definitely be a quality one.

Screw it, if the world ends that day then I wouldn't mind spending my time watching wrestling. I just hope this is one of the best damn wrestling events to go out on.

(Edited 1 minute later.)

Anonymous B joined in and replied with this 1 week ago, 4 hours later[^] [v] #880,911

Maybe their will be an appearance by The Iron Sheik..

Anonymous C joined in and replied with this 1 week ago, 22 minutes later, 5 hours after the original post[^] [v] #880,922

Are the scripts ready for those shows in Jeddah? Also what turns you on about a sport that excels in slave labor?

(Edited 12 seconds later.)

Catherine !ttGirlsPl2 (OP) replied with this 1 week ago, 1 hour later, 6 hours after the original post[^] [v] #880,948

@previous (C)
The slavery analogy is usually just an exaggeration compared to the past working conditions for their workers. Things definitely look bright for the company when Paul "Triple H" Levesque fully takes control from his father-in-law. Vincent Kennedy McMahon is kind of a weird dude and apparently, he never heard of a burrito before.

@880,911 (B)
I'd be intrigued about whether the live audience there saw that gimmick as offensive. If they did, it would be interesting to see if it were offensive just because that character is Iranian and not Saudi. But I wouldn't want to put him endanger of being jumped or mobbed.

Anonymous D joined in and replied with this 1 week ago, 6 minutes later, 6 hours after the original post[^] [v] #880,953

Sir, please keep your gay wrestling to your wrestling blog. Thanks sir.

Catherine !ttGirlsPl2 (OP) replied with this 1 week ago, 3 minutes later, 6 hours after the original post[^] [v] #880,955

@previous (D)

Anonymous D replied with this 1 week ago, 3 minutes later, 6 hours after the original post[^] [v] #880,956

@previous (Catherine !ttGirlsPl2)
Yes, we know you want to put your face in another man's ass sir.

Anonymous C replied with this 1 week ago, 44 seconds later, 6 hours after the original post[^] [v] #880,957

@880,948 (Catherine !ttGirlsPl2)
You and wrestling related topics. I looked to see if other trannies were fans of wrestling yet could only find this
> "do transsexuals watch wrestling"

Gender bender wrestler Mack Beggs wins Texas girls title again. The boy pumped himself up with steroids and yet was allowed into the ring.

You have to go to page 4 to find
Girl on TS Girl Wrestling and Fucking - Pornhub.com

I do not believe that Pornhub accurately reflects any sanctioned WWE script

Catherine !ttGirlsPl2 (OP) replied with this 1 week ago, 14 minutes later, 7 hours after the original post[^] [v] #880,965

@previous (C)
What search terms are you using, Syntax?

And just for the record, transgender wrestlers do exists.

http://ewrestling.wikia.com/wiki/Landon_Crabtree
http://prowrestling.wikia.com/wiki/Jessica_Love
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2409640/UKs-transgender-wrestler-set-prove-packs-punch.html

Yes, that last link is dailymail. >.>

Anonymous C replied with this 1 week ago, 9 minutes later, 7 hours after the original post[^] [v] #880,970

@previous (Catherine !ttGirlsPl2)
> > "do transsexuals watch wrestling"

I go to the trouble to show my search term and well AND!

SO being of sound mind and judgement and given Numbers are important to me I said hummmm what comes next for this scripted show and low behold it's not so much so good

https://www.forbes.com/sites/blakeoestriecher/2017/06/09/wwe-fans-are-getting-older-but-why/#75f78d5a2059

According to a study conducted by Magna Global for the Sports Business Journal, the median age of pro wrestling TV viewers jumped from 28 in 2000 to 54 in 2016, marking the biggest increase during that span out of the 25 sports analyzed in the study.


That begs the question: Why?

In 2008, WWE officially transitioned to a PG rating, so logic would suggest the move from TV-14 to a more kid friendly PG rating would equal a lower average and/or median age for pro wrestling, specifically WWE, viewers. However, the exact opposite has been the case, and there's no concrete answer as to why a PG product that is meant to appeal to kids, well, apparently isn't doing that.


Gets even worse if you read on which I imagine YOU will

Catherine !ttGirlsPl2 (OP) replied with this 1 week ago, 9 minutes later, 7 hours after the original post[^] [v] #880,973

@previous (C)
John Cena merchandise is still selling and I always see kids with "Never Give Up" t-shirts. Also, yeah, pro wrestling is becoming a niche market much like how it was during the seventies with the territories. Interesting enough this is kind of the independent circuit is today. WWE is well aware of the TV problem. That's why they make their RAW, SmackDown Live, and NXT programs available to Hulu Plus subscribers. They also have their own subscription services in the WWE Network. The company is going to be fine. It's just not going to be that huge a phenomenon anyway. I blame the breaking of kayfabe which ironically might have occurred because of the boss' son-in-law. [info] Thanks, Hunter!
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