It Came From YouTube: Bill Watts hates flagrant violations!

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Crapper Sean Bateman writes:

Twenty Five years ago on September 26 of 1992, Bill Watts recinded his Over The Top DQ, a dumb rule mind you, and swapped it with this POS rule.

Hey, what better way to get viewers interesting and excited about your product than to bog it down with a bunch of nonsensical and confusing rules that don’t seem to have any rhyme or reason to them whatsoever?!

Pure genius, I tells ya!

Way to go, Bill- I’m beginning to understand why your tenure as President of WCW was so darn successful!

Bill Watts must really hate flagrant violations because he uses that term a whopping six times in this three minute clip!

Bad news, Crappers- FlagrantViolation.com is in fact taken… maybe by Bill himself?

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4 Responses to "It Came From YouTube: Bill Watts hates flagrant violations!"
  1. Denny says:

    Wait, so he stripped the light heavyweight title cause it wasn’t defended in 30 days but they won’t even have a tournament till some time 3 months later?! LOGIC!

  2. BaltoJim says:

    Well, what about that time when Johnny B. Badd… oops, never mind… that was a flamboyant violation.

  3. Hambone McSteve says:

    “Flagrant violations… why those just burn my fanny!”

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