WARNING: THIS POST DOES NOT CONTAIN ANY STORYLINE OR GIMMICK COVERAGE THE FOLLOWING IS AN OFFICIAL STATEMENT BY OUR ORGANIZATION DEFENDING WORLD WRESTLING ENTERTAINMENT
For this post we are going to talk candidly and leave our storyline coverage behind. We enjoy covering the WWE and it’s all in fun. When we post something and react to developments in a storyline we are having fun and that’s all it is. Our founder Ed Boston as well as myself have made it clear that we are aware of the WWE’s form of entertainment.
Like Hollywood movies and television programs the WWE offers it’s viewers a chance to escape the daily life from work, school or just a hard day and offers them the chance to enter a world of over-the-top personalities and storylines.
While these things are scripted there is no debate that the WWE performers known as “Superstars” have superb athletic abilities which they put to good use in the ring. Almost everyone who watches professional wrestling is well aware of these things. However this doesn’t stop them from watching. People pay money to go sit in a movie theater for a couple of hours to watch something they know is scripted but yet we still enjoy it.
The same principles apply to WWE’s brand of entertainment. Yes we have fun and play along and we love posting reactions to the storylines and gimmicks but it’s all for fun and in the name of entertainment. It seams the WWE after years of being open and honest regarding it’s form of entertainment still finds itself having to defend it against those who still don’t understand.
On a personal note in regards to the post the WWE refers to in the below link let the record state that I myself have a physical disability and have been watching WWE’s programming for most of my life and I have always taken their entertainment for what it is entertainment period.
CLICK HERE to read WWE’s latest response to a blog post criticizing it’s form of entertainment.
We officially are going on record and joining the “Stand up for WWE” movement