DX parody of The Nation of Domination faraway from WWE Network

DX parody of The Nation of Domination faraway from WWE Network

On Monday, we famous that the DX parody of the Nation of Domination that aired in 1998 may not make it to the Peacock streaming service.

The phase has now been faraway from the WWE Network. As seen under, the phase featured members of D-Generation X dressed as members of The Nation.

Triple H performed the function of The Rock, Billy Gunn as The Godfather, Jason Sensation as Owen Hart, and Sean Waltman dressed as Mark “Mizark” Henry. Waltman had his face painted black for the phase.

WrestlingNews.co was advised that extra edits to previous reveals are anticipated after which they are going to be handed off to Peacock. As famous final week, each Peacock and WWE are reviewing content material which may be seen as offensive since Peacock is touting itself as a family-friendly streaming service.

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Both Peacock and WWE have not too long ago eliminated the Roddy Piper vs. Bad News Brown match from WrestleMania 6 and Piper’s pre-match interview due to Piper portray his physique half black.

Both streaming providers have additionally eliminated the phase from Survivor Series 2005 the place Vince McMahon used the n-word. We’re advised that the principle cause why it should take a while to get many of the older content material up on Peacock is that they’ve a group that will probably be reviewing each present and it’ll take time to evaluation and edit these reveals.

The standalone WWE Network will live on for non-United States prospects and the content material that’s obtainable there’ll mirror precisely what finally ends up on Peacock.

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