WWE has undergone a load of evolution over the years, eventually forming a very diverse group of professional wrestling talents on their roster.
However, despite the diversity being embraced by universally everyone, some people out there believe that some modern-day wrestlers don’t know ho to bring out a reaction from the audience, such as Road Dogg and Disco Inferno.
Road Dogg Is Getting Hit With Another Wave Of Backlash
Holding the WCW TV and Cruiserweight Championships during his time in the ring, Disco Inferno took to Twitter to speak about modern-day professional wrestling, saying that 95% of talent today doesn’t know how to make the crowd pop.
“95% of modern day wrestlers have no clue how to get over.”
95% of modern day wrestlers have no clue how to get over.
— Glenn Gilbertti (@TheRealDisco) November 26, 2022
Glenn Gilbertti, who is more commonly known as Disco Inferno in the realm of wrestling, was hit back by several people on social media for his opinion, but some ended up agreeing with him, such as the current WWE Senior Vice President of Live Events, Brian “Road Dogg” James. However, James thought Gilbertti was being too nice, saying that the number should be higher than 95%.
“You’re being generous”
You’re being generous
— Brian G. James (@BrianRDJames) November 26, 2022
After Paul “Triple H” Levesque took over the reins of WWE back in August after the retirement of Vince McMahon, Brian “Road Dogg” James was hired as the WWE Senior Vice President of Live Events, replacing Jeff Jarrett.
This isn’t the first wave of controversy that Road Dogg has been slammed with in recent times. Earlier this month, Road Dogg found himself in a frenzy after claiming that he was a better sports entertainer than Bret Hart. Road Dogg eventually apologized for the comments, and clarified what exactly he meant.