Via YouTube. An example of the latter is that time that she let Paul Heyman know how she really felt about him. Every once in a while, some poor schmoe steps in front of Stephanie McMahon, and that fella gets a slapper to the mouth, too.
Guerrero does not deserve to be remembered as only a "Hispanic Professional Wrestler", he deserves to be remembered as the best professional wrestler of modern times and qualifying his legacy with a term of race is an insult to his memory. I removed "good person" from his championships and accomplishments in WWE. It doesn't seem very neutral, and doesn't belong in that section anyway.
The on-screen couples in WWE can sometimes improve the career of one or both performers involved. It adds another dynamic to the performers and allows them to play off each other. Triple H could be the best example of this when looking at his career ascension during the Attitude Era.
For wrestling fans, there's no time of year more exciting than Wrestlemania week. It's at that time that WWE comes to a city and takes over, presenting TV tapings, live events, and community outreach activations--in addition to the big show itself. Another important piece of the Wrestlemania puzzle, though, is Axxess. Wrestlemania Axxess is essentially WWE's own mini-comic con, made especially for fans who have traveled to see the biggest show of the year.
Hispanic Heritage Month recognizes Latinos whose lives and careers captured the attention of the world. In the music industry, iconic singers Celia Cruz and Selena Quintanilla entertained millions with their amazing vocals and charming personalities. Professional wrestling is also a form of an entertainment.
Once the decision was finally made to strip Bryan of the belts, the WWE began a new plan to move forward. In this episode of RAW, many of those plans have culminated to form a solid card for Money in the Bank, including the addition of another ladder match that will serve as an actual Money in the Bank briefcase match for a WWE title shot. It was a disjointed section to an otherwise fluid RAW and one that definitely deserves much more discussion.
In the me-first world of pro wrestling, Twitter is a homestead for public displays of joy, self-promotion, frustration and, of course, slurs. Social media is basically defined by its ubiquity, and there is no end in sight. Kayfabe was dead before the onslaught of popular networking sites like Facebook and Twitter, and the rise of these social media tools effectively buried it deeper.
Those two words, when shrieked in a shrill manner, herald the arrival of Vickie Guerrero on the scene. The reaction from live WWE audiences is always the same—a torrential cascade of boos that would make even the most vicious in-ring heel green with envy. Young and old, fans join in unison in booing the last of the truly great heel managers.