WWE News: Vince McMahon's reaction to Superstars using three banned words revealed
What’s the story?
There’s a reason why Chris Jericho’s podcast is considered to be one the best across the internet. Y2J gave his fans another reason to tune into Talk is Jericho this week when he revealed a few banned terms from the WWE and how Vince McMahon would react if they were used.
In case you didn’t know…
Jericho has kept himself busy by promoting All Elite Wrestling’s first show, Double or Nothing PPV which is scheduled to take place on May 25th, 2019 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena. The former WWE World Champion will take on Kenny Omega, who appeared at the Double or Nothing ticket announcement party this past Thursday and had a faceoff with the Ayatollah of Rock n' Rolla.
WWE, in the meantime, is building up feuds on the road to WrestleMania and would intend on putting their best foot forward to counteract the rising stock of their new rivals.
The heart of the matter
Diamond Dallas Page was a guest on the recent episode of Talk is Jericho, at the beginning of which Y2J made a mistake when he termed DDP Yoga as just ‘Yoga’. Page was quick to correct him and sounded like Vince McMahon when someone used a banned term on WWE TV, according to Jericho.
Y2J then opened up about some of the words that are barred from being used in the WWE and hilariously impersonated his former boss while doing so. He said that WWE Superstars weren’t allowed to used the word belt as a belt was supposed to hold your pants up. ‘Title’ was the correct terminology as per McMahon’s rule book.
He continued,” "You couldn't say 'fans' because it's the 'WWE Universe, And never say 'marks' because as McMahon would say 'they're not marks - they're our fans!'
He finally revealed the right term to use instead of 'job'.
"And the other one is the 'job.” He imitated McMahon again by saying, “Uh uh. We do favours, not jobs.' The Vince verbiage!"
Jericho has signed a long-term deal with AEW which completely rules out a return to WWE in the near future. The WWE legend is noticeably having the time of his life and as expected, is at the top of his banter game.