Friday, 22 February 2013

Wrestlemania contender arrested for drink and drug offences

Number One Contender arrested days 
after for drink and drug offences

Swagger Jaggered
Donald Jacob "Finn" Hager, Jr, best known as Jack Swagger, 30, was arrested after the Smackdown tapings on February 19th just days after winning the number one contenders spot at Sunday’s Elimination Chamber PPV. Scheduled to face World champion Alberto Del Rio at the grand money making extravaganza.

Swagger was found with Marijuana possession as well as drink driving.

A report from celebrity gossip site reads – “According to law enforcement, the officer who pulled him over determined Swagger was driving under the influence -- and a search revealed Swagger was in possession of marijuana. We're told Swagger -- a former WWE World Heavyweight champ -- was taken in by local sheriff's deputies ... and later released on his own recognizance. He has been charged with DUI, marijuana possession, and speeding -- all misdemeanours.”

WWE’s statement responds “Mr. Swagger is responsible for his own personal actions."

Jack Swagger had only recently returned to television after a hefty sabbatical to be repackaged as a communist/propaganda toting American bordered with what the WWE Universe label “racist” or national levels of outcry to save the USA from immigrants coming to America to claim benefits.

With American sympathizer Zeb Colter

Over the last couple of months Wrestling Wonders had mentioned propaganda, racism and the hunky John Walters, now RJ Brewer. WWE, known for pinching any ideas expressed or mentioned from Max Waltham is the first point of which WWE grabs. It was pure coincided that Walters as Brewer, who has an anti-Mexican immigration angle going on in Lucha Libre USA. We also brought to attention Lucha Libre stars in the Pro Wrestling 50 of 2012, (here –     WW Pro 50 2012 ) of which Brewer wasn’t able to make but considered for the shortlist. Oh, the power of Waltham.

John Walters/RJ Brewer sprawled on ladder,
with those ripping rungs
As for Mr. Swagger? Possibly having too many Jaeger bombs, Swagger has dumped in his own pot. One always said to WWE that Swagger is not the way forward. Perhaps they will finally realise and listen instead of being insanely stubborn in an attempt to prove something deeper. WWE have looked further embarrassed by the drink and drug scandal that continues to plague WWE all over with numerous staff still assumed to be “on the juice” leading fans to prompt the question, can we really trust all the druggies in WWE?  WWE should remove him instantly, and replace with Randy Orton or a newbie capable of stardom. Swagger simply isn’t the future then, now, nor in the coming years. 

Days earlier at Elimination Chamber
Listen, I am on to something, I have the sight, and when I tell you someone is bad for business you have the brain power to understand on some level in the cosmos that I am right on a specific level of reading. Perhaps cosmic ordering is intertwined. Elimination Chamber was a complete waste of time for fans and WWE. It was the exact chamber match that Swagger won as well as launched into the main event at Wrestlemania. 

Fans felt cheated to begin with. Now, they could not care less about Swagger’s mishaps. This should highlight that even if Swagger didn’t get caught, WWE have to understand this is a waste of time and should just realise Jack. He cannot grow any further and the ‘E need dependable and formable stars with fan interest and intrigue to create something brand new. It never chooses to do so and sits into old habits. There won’t be a future in five years we stated a year or so ago. WWE are cutting their shelf life. It will still be around as a company, but everything will fall. Ratings, PPV, capital gain, stardom and fan respect.

© Max Waltham 22nd February 2013

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