WWE sends out checklist of banned phrases to their WrestleMania promotional companions

WWE sends out checklist of banned phrases to their WrestleMania promotional companions

If you watch WWE TV each week, you already know that the corporate has an inventory of phrases that can’t be used on their reveals.

The checklist has continued to develop through the years and a number of the firms they work with are conscious of this as properly. That is why wrestlers are known as “WWE Superstars” throughout media appearances and oftentimes the phrase “fans” is substituted for “WWE Universe” due to Vince McMahon’s need to model the whole lot.

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Fightful was in a position to get a duplicate of the checklist of banned phrases that had been despatched out to promotional companions forward of subsequent weekend’s WrestleMania 36 pay-per-view. Some of the phrases have been identified for years however others could shock some folks.

The checklist of banned phrases are:

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– Blood
– Choke
– Belt
– Strap
– Diva
– Head shot
– Trauma
– Kayfabe
– Mofos
– House present
– DQ
– The Anti-Diva
– Spinal Injuries
– Victim
– Violence/violent
– Wrestling/wrestlers
– WWF
– Wifebeater
– Curb stomp
– Needs a push
– To be over
– Babyface
– Heel
– To job/jobber
– Card
– Strangle
– Kill
– Murder

There are a couple of others that weren’t included on the checklist. For instance, “weapons” is one other phrase that’s not allowed on WWE TV and oftentimes they used the phrase “Toy” or “Toys” in its place.

The pointers laid out to promotional companions additionally stipulate that they aren’t to say rumors or hypothesis concerning the present and the accounts are solely speculated to reply to followers within the feedback below posts.

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