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Posted by Marc Middleton in WWE News
Thursday, October 21st, 2010

– WWE released the following statement on their website last night:

WWE defends itself
Written: October 20, 2010

Due to what the WWE considers malicious and misleading attacks reported by some members of the media, the company on Monday began a global initiative to defend itself called “Stand Up for WWE” which has resulted in yet more false allegations.

“World Wrestling Entertainment will not be bullied or intimidated by whining allegations intended to censor our freedom of speech,” said , Chairman and CEO of WWE.

WWE will fervently fight against any attempt to muzzle or trample its First Amendment rights. Our fans, employees and performers are united in this grassroots effort to “Stand Up for WWE.”

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3 Responses to WWE Releases New Statement – Vince Says They Won’t Be Bullied:

  1. annonymous

    Date: Oct 21, 2010 at 5:45 am

    The only people ive ever heard bias opinions about the WWE have been from the fans..
    Im not American. I dont have American news broadcasts, so I have no idea what these said wrongful accusations are? So the ‘Stand Up for WWE campaign make no sense to me..

  2. Leon

    Date: Oct 21, 2010 at 9:40 am

    I don’t know where WWE is getting these negative remarks about its image from, but it’s getting lame. I have heard nothing, or anybody making any comments about the WWE on the news or any other form of media. The thing I have heard is Linda McMahon’s run for the Senate and that’s about it. Is WWE making a mountain out of a mole hill? I would say so. I never saw this kind of initiative taken by the WWE back in the late 90/early 2000s during its “Attitude” era where the rating for a WWF program was “mature.” All that “Stand Up For WWE” is doing is taking valuable time away from talent and its programming.

  3. The Mike

    Date: Oct 21, 2010 at 9:44 am

    I dont live in that part of u.s. and dont get much info on it. i know one thing for sure is, running for office is like fighting for a clown job at a circus. instead of telling ppl what they would do in office, they just throw insults and lies at each other or twist the truth or take things said out of context to make the other person look like a turd. the only thing i saw bout linda was useing old wwf additude era footage of linda in-ring slapn stephine and other storylines, that was acting, not real life

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