May 10, 2018
As much as I hate to admit this, I still passively follow what goes on in the world of professional wrestling. I was originally drawn to it because it had its roots in being a very politically incorrect form of entertainment. There was always some type of unpredictably insane shit that would go on which made it interesting. If you don’t believe me, spend some time watching old wrestling clips from the 1970s through the 1990s. This was some high quality entertainment.
Here’s just a small sample of the gems that one can find.
Rowdy Roddy Piper smashing a beer bottle over his head during a promo.
Terry Funk turning insanity into an art form.
And who could forget the Dream Machine telling Jerry Lawler that he was going to kill him after Lawler tarred and feathered him in front of a television audience.
Unfortunately, the wrestling product of today is nothing compared to what it once was. It has been watered down with political correctness. Vince McMahon even stopped doing business with Hulk Hogan because he said the word “nigger” on a secretly filmed sex tape.
Despite all that, there are still some moments within professional wrestling that transcend the business. Titus O’Neil’s embarrassing botch at the WWE’s “Greatest Royal Rumble” event in Saudi Arabia is one of these. As O’Neil ran towards the ring to enter the rumble, he tripped falling flat on his face which resulted in his body sliding underneath the ring apron. It was an amazing moment that spawned countless memes.
The thought of this Negroid tripping and falling like this in front of a bunch of sand monkeys makes me laugh every single time. And to think that blacks are supposed to be superior athletes. After watching this wrestling botch, I’d say that this assumption is very much in question. This is a botch that will go down in history as one of the biggest wrestling related mishaps of all time.
I’d say that this was an even more embarrassing situation than the Shockmaster’s debut. The Shockmaster was wearing a goofy Stormtrooper helmet with glitter all over it. I honestly have no idea how someone could see out of that damn thing. Plus, for some reason, someone installed a 2X4 piece of wood a foot off the ground in front of the wall that he smashed through. He at least had a valid excuse for falling flat on his ass.
But Titus? No excuses at all. It was a truly humiliating moment for the black race. Much more so than centuries of slavery.