Taz opens today’s show by sending his prayers and best wishes to the friends and families of those affected by the senseless tragedy that unfolded in Las Vegas Sunday night. This was a terrible act of violence and he hopes the city of Las Vegas and all those involved can find a way to get through this.
A listener calls into the show and asks Taz if he thinks WWE would ever consider bringing the NFL’s anthem controversy into their storylines. Taz says that he’s fairly certain that WWE would never entertain the idea of doing that. WWE is a publicly traded company, and with the anthem controversy being such a culturally divisive topic, he’d be very surprised to see something like that on WWE programming.
Taz discusses the Twitter battle between Corey Graves and Enzo Amore that occurred over the weekend. Graves initially tweeted out that he failed as a father because his son danced like Amore after reaching second base in his baseball game. Amore responded by saying that Graves failed as a wrestler and that’s why WWE dressed him up and sat him behind the commentary booth.