8 Stupidest Banned Words In The WWE

...and he's a WWE Superstar, not a pro-wrestler!

This past summer was an interesting one within WWE. In the ring Seth Rollins continued killing it as the WWE World Heavyweight Champion, Finn Bálor defeated Kevin Owens to win the NXT Championship and both The Undertaker and Sting made their first appearances on WWE television since WrestleMania 31. A lot also happened outside of the ring as well, with Josh Bredl and Sara Lee being offered $250,000 WWE contracts as the winners of the Tough Enough reboot and, on a much sourer note, WWE cut all ties to the man regarded as perhaps the biggest name in their history, Hulk Hogan. However, one of the most interesting thing thats happened over the summer (which received a fair amount of attention) was that Reddit user KINGJOBBAH leaked eight pages of what are thought to be WWE guidelines written by Vince McMahon himself to advise the WWE announcers. These guidelines contained rules on almost everything, from how the announcers should dress and how they should sit, as well as various pieces of advice for calling matches and also quite a long list of Do€™s and Don€™ts. One of the most interesting pieces of information included within these guidelines was a list of words that the announcers were told to avoid using. Whilst some of the words that appeared on this list make sense, most were actually quite bizarre. This article lists 8 of the stupidest banned words to appear on this list.
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