Titus O’Neil spent some time in South Africa to assistance foster WWE’s arriving appearances subsequent month in Cape Town, Pretoria, and Johannesburg. He spoke with ENCA about if record is assisting or spiteful a WWE and WWE’s “Do not try this during home” campaign. Here are some of a highlights:
If a fast change in record is causing WWE to stagnate or continue to grow:
“I consider a destiny is really bright, a singular thing about WWE is we’re some-more than only a wrestling company, we’re an party company. We have film studios, we have music, we have all opposite forms of segments of a company, and people try out. We have a possess WWE Network, so people are putting on their possess shows, as well. For us, it’s an sparkling time since we’re indeed environment a customary for how party should be relocating as distant as record is concerned. We’re a family oriented product, so, of march whatever a kids are doing, video games, things online, technology, YouTube, we’re constantly elaborating with those times.”
WWE’s “Do not try this during home” and anti-bullying campaigns:
“With a mutation of a association – as a whole – we’ve diligently attempted to make some form of safeguards to let people know, ‘We are lerned professionals, greatfully do not try this during home.’ It starts off each PPV or TV uncover and we actively go out into a village and pronounce during a anti-bullying rallies about a differences between existence and entertainment. How we settle conflicts in a ring is not like how we’re doing it outward of a ring. Especially with bullying, bullying is an general predicament – generally with girl – so we constantly use what we do on radio as entertainment, though what we do in genuine life as an interaction. Showing people, look, this is a character, though in genuine life this is how we understanding with things.”
O’Neil also discussed how he got into pro wrestling. You can check out a full talk by clicking here.
If we use any of a quotes in this article, greatfully credit ENCA with a H/T to Wrestling Inc. for a transcription.