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Booker T says bullying rule stops after high school
Submitted by Aaron Rift on 04/17/2017 at 01:15 AM


During a segment on the Heated Conversations podcast, Booker T talked about the JBL bullying stories. He said the wrestling business is different from any entity you'll ever encounter. He referred to JBL as a heel commentator and said, "When you get out of high school, I think the bullying rule stops." He felt that the rule goes away when you are a grown man and you can throw hands. "Go and talk to someone and say, 'hey I don't feel like I'm being treated right with the commentator here. Maybe you need to move me somewhere else and put me on another show otherwise there could be problems with ramifications.' But I don't think the bullying rule should fall under grown men having an issue with each other."

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