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Old 10-07-2012, 09:27 PM
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Originally Posted by CHOWWOKKA View Post
That's WorldHeavy not WWE, there is a difference(yes i know...)

If you notice most of the black wrestlers that have came through WWE, in order to have some sort of big name in the company, they push a black stereotypical gimmick.
MVP is a baller, Godfather a pimp, Booker T dances, R-Truth is a rapper The Nation with their black brotherhood

The black wrestlers who wrestled and happened to be black were....Bobby Lashley Shelton Benjamin...yea I forgot about them too
Isnt all wrestling based off stereotypes though? I remember all kinds of black wrestlers from back in the day Bad News Brown, Junkyard Dog, Koko B Ware, Men on a Mission, Ahmed Johnson I even remember DeeBo wrestling for awhile. I dont think there is any overt racism in wrestling its just a business of caricatures of stereotypes.

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