The WWE is about as popular as the MLS, and the people that run it are about as big of whiners as the Lakers or Spurs. The bumbling idiots that manage the Pepsi Center in Denver, home of the Denver Nuggets, were foolish enough to schedule a WWE event on the same night as a potential NBA playoff home game. Instead of taking it like a man, trying to reschedule for another day or rearrange the time of the event, the chairperson of the WWE,Â Vince McMahon, decided to throw a public tantrum and cry like the little woman that he is.
Dude, get a grip. Your U.S. events draw between 3,000 and 7,500 people and on a good day you can pull in 4.7 million viewers. The playoff game between Denver and L.A. that you’re competing against, yeah, they had between 5.6 and 6.7 million viewers every, single, game. And in the regular season they average over 17,000 fans in attendance. Average.
So why don’t you stop crying. Because even though you may be huge in Japan, here, you’re not a big deal. The team management may have screwed this up, but you’re the one that looks like a tool. Or at least a bigger tool than normal.