Controversy creates cash but sometimes it just causes a mess. When The Fabulous Moolah was honored as the namesake for the upcoming female battle royal at WrestleMania 34 a lot of people found this choice very interesting while others found it appalling.
WWE created an amazing video for the Fabulous Moolah Battle Royal featuring Superstars talking about the WWE Hall Of Famer’s importance to the business but they seemed to leave out all of the torrid details from her past in the process.
History is strange in the respect that it can be changed if you’re the one telling the story. This is the way WWE likes it and apparently, they want to make sure that people don’t poke holes in their narrative.
Therefore, when WWE posted the highlight video of Fabulous Moolah they soon found out that the comments section on the video was wrought with dissenting opinions. So to solve their problem it seems WWE’s official YouTube page simply disabled comments for the video.
Making it impossible for people to comment directly on the video might help stop some people from seeing the truth about what Moolah apparently did in her lifetime, but it might also cause others to spread the word with an even stronger gusto.
We’ll just have to see how things play out in this situation but it seems that WWE is sticking to their guns on this one.
WWE has disabled comments on their “The Fabulous Moolah Battle Royal to debut at WrestleMania 34″ YouTube video.
— Brad Shepard ?? (@TheBradShepard) March 15, 2018
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