Jim Cornette Criticizes WWE’s Handling Of Becky Lynch’s Pregnancy & Bashes Dana Brooke’s Appearance

On the latest episode of The Jim Cornette Experience, Cornette criticized WWE’s handling of Becky Lynch‘s pregnancy.

“She has sold the merchandise and she’s the top female box office attraction they’ve got, right? Cause she’s the Lasskicker, the female Stone Cold and The Man and the blood on the face and stealing the ambulance and she’ll stop at nothing, right? And then she comes out and then she’s the crying sniffing insecure kid that got a chance to live her dream. We’ll talk about this in a minute but there’s a reason why The Undertaker didn’t ride off into the sunset and reveal he was really an insecure human until fuckin’ 30 years after he was the top guy in the fuckin’ business cause people are not only going to look at her the same way again, it’s like when Austin hugged Vince and people realized, ‘Aw shit, he really is one of the employees. This is all a work.’”

“This is a multi-million dollar talent and she tells me she’s pregnant? What the fuck? This is like one of the boys breaking his leg on purpose while he’s on top. You can control this, this is not like a fuckin’ injury. This could have been controlled. It’s not like I don’t never want them to have children, but when both of you have top spots where you can make seven fuckin’ figures a year and blah, blah, blah. Wait three years and have a fuckin’ baby.”

“I find it insane for someone that young who has had that level of success for that short of person of time. What’s it been? Six, seven years? That’s nothing.”

“If I was Vince I’d be hot cause I’d sure be hot if it was my millions of dollars. This is not like an injury that can’t be prevented. This could have been controlled and/or timed. Except they obviously didn’t control it or time it, but somebody that young, that age that’s acheived that level of success, have a baby? The fuck? Jesus Christ, I am gobsmacked.”

“If I was Vince I’d start writing pregnancy clauses into every woman’s contract because that’s just fuckin’ ludicrous. That was the same thing, Awesome Kong should’ve been a huge star.”

“When she went up there, she was still coming off that TNA run and she was fantastic and has to come out and announce she’s pregnant, this monster, this beast they’ve built. It exposed her, it exposed everything and obviously that was that.”

“You could’ve done an injury thing and you wouldn’t have had to make that sappy, fuckin’ snot-inducing wet-eyed fuckin’ statement and ruin the gimmick and the character of your fuckin’ biggest female star. She could’ve been injured and put out of wrestling and in a year and a half she could come and my God, she could have been even bigger.”

“But if they’d been business, they could have figured out someway without her taking any ridiciulous bump or whatever to injure her and fuckin’ she’s gone and then you don’t think about her and then when she comes back to get even, holy shit, that would’ve been some business, but instead, ‘Oh, I’m gonna cry and I’m gonna go home and have a baby’ and all the stuff that these milk-sopped, soft, gutless fuckin’ modern wrestling fans like to hear.”

Click here for the full episode of The Jim Cornette Experience.

On a recent episode of Jim Cornette’s Drive-Thru, Cornette would bash the appearance of Dana Brooke.

“Her entire face looks like it was remodeled after somebody set fire to it and put it out with an axe. What the fuck has happened? Did she do that on purpose or was she in a horrible accident? What the fuck?”

Click here for the full episode of Jim Cornette’s Drive Thru.

Huskie Howard

Huskie Howard

Huskie Howard is the owner and editor-in-chief of WrestleFix.com. He is a long time contributor to WrestleOhio.com, where he is known for his extensive coverage of Ohio pro wrestling and interviews with the stars of the Ohio pro wrestling scene.

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