It Came From YouTube: Stand Up for WWE’s propaganda). Or just watch us mock Vince. Whichever…

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In late 2010, Linda McMahon was running for the U.S Senate. She was attacked for WWE’s past business and ethical scandals, and especially for some of the controversial story lines they portrayed on-screen (IE: Objectifying women, Satanism, Attempted murder, and so on).

Much of the controversial on-air material was from The Attitude Era which had taken place several years before.

Linda’s loving/opportunistic husband Vince McMahon responded by doing what he does every time anyone dares to question him or his company- he got ultra-defensive and cranky much in the same way a toddler would when you tell him he can’t have a cookie before dinner.

So, in October of 2010 he posted the above video on WWE.com, as well as airing the this self-congratulating puff-peice video on WWF Raw.

He might as well have stolen Jeff Jarrett’s catchphrase and just called the video “Ain’t We Great?”.

If you took a drink every time WWE patted themselves on the back during that video that aired on Raw, you’d be dead of alcohol poisoning by now!

We here at WrestleCrap did the only thing we could do in such a trying situation in which our favorite sport is put directly in the crosshairs by politicians and the media…

We mocked the entire situation unmercifully for our own amusement and shameless promotional purposes, of course!

R.D Reynolds himself (in spiffy dress shirt and tie- I.R.S never looked so good!) encouraged YOU; the WrestleCrap Universe to Sit Down For WrestleCrap.com!

Well said, Boss! That was some fine speachifying you did, there. Bravo! That was very inspirational. It would bring a tear to a glass eye, it would!

So; there is a bright side to Vince’s endless whining about the media being so unfair- it gave R.D a fine excuse to make a really funny parody video.

And they say politicians are useless?

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14 Responses to "It Came From YouTube: Stand Up for WWE’s propaganda). Or just watch us mock Vince. Whichever…"
  1. jkh11546 says:

    hmmm set the record straight I’m guessing we arnt supposed to mention Benoit

  2. John says:

    “Let’s set the record straight at no point have I Vincent Kennedy McMahon exploited the following for my own profits…(3 hours later) or even one armed midgets named Gary with Tourette’s syndrome. GET IT!!!!!!!!! Now vote for my wife otherwise this is my biggest waste of money since the XFL.”

  3. Ezenwa says:

    I’m glad to sit down for Wrestlecrap every day. I don’t think I could stay standing, laughing at the worst of pro wrestling. Thanks, R.D. Thanks to your staff as well.

  4. Jimbolian says:

    Vince: “Please disregard the nudity, incest, abortion, occultism, grand theft auto, violence against women, alcohol consumption, tobacco use, attempted murder, attempted suicide, sexual innuendo, S&M/bondage, destruction of personal property, vulgarity, animal cruelty, arson, cross-dressing, and my ass.

    In the meantime, check out these cute pictures of John Cena and The Undertaker! Hey look, Ben Stiller even likes us!!!”

    LINDA MCMAHON FOR PRESIDENT 2016

  5. Jackwagon says:

    I remember one of my friends around that time had an away message that said, “(username) is Standing Up for blatant pandering to the point of begging for votes in Connecticut.”

    It’s as true today as it was then.

  6. Matt Soileau says:

    Still awesome…

  7. Phil Watts, Jr. says:

    …and after all that, Linda McMahon lost in a landslide!

  8. s1mon86 says:

    I am still waiting for Blade’s sit down for wrestlecrap video

  9. Paul R. from SpookCentral.tk says:

    This little self-promotion is almost as bad as their never-ending “Do You Care?” bumpers. Oh, wait, that’s right; they’re called “Did You Know?” My bad. I was just calling it as I (and the Sklar twins from Cheap Seats) saw it.

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