Brian Kendrick: “I crossed the line”

Feb 2, 2022 - by Steve Gerweck

Brian Kendrick was booked for tonight’s AEW Dynamite, but was pulled by Tony Khan for controversial comments over time. Kendrick comments…

5 Responses

  1. Luke says:

    @DB
    Many people don’t know the meaning of plenty of words. Almost all Americans are convinced that a’propos means appropriate. A deeply patriotic nation appropriated (couldn’t resist) a foreign word that sounded more classy, didn’t bother to check what it meant, and now everything’s a’propos. You’re right, of course, but what point are you trying to make?

  2. Stonz says:

    @ Luke – Don’t get me started on how I keep hearing “verse” instead of “versus” on wrestling anymore…

    “It will be (so and so) verse (so and so) tonight!” AARRRGGHHH!! No! It’s VERSUS lol.

  3. Luke says:

    @Stonz
    And then we’ve got the ever popular should of/would of/could of. Screw Kendrick, we’ve got a better topic…
    The hell happened to all the comments?

  4. Pete Haines says:

    @Luke – Everyone is afraid to comment, because it might come back to haunt them in 11 years.

  5. Joseph says:

    @Pete Haines – He’s referring to the fact that most of the comments were deleted. I had two comments on here. One was some of the things Brian Kendrick said. Another one was a link to an article and a portion of the article stating that a lot of young Americans either don’t believe the Holocaust happened or it was exaggerated. It was to show that there are a lot of American’s who think like he does. I don’t see this view as harmful or offensive. I see it more as being one of ignorance.

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