WWE Hall of Famer opens up on JBL


WWE Hall of Famer opens up on JBL

A few years ago, the case of Mauro Ranallo broke out in WWE, a commentator of the company who left the federation due to depression due in part to the unprofessional behavior of his colleague at the commentary table, JBL.

Soon the words of another former WWE worker also arrived: Justin Roberts, who had lashed out at JBL's behavior, considered by many to be a bully in all respects. One of the most well-known faces in the panorama of WWE announcers of the last 15 years, Roberts has, in fact, released several interviews in which he told in a very detailed way the abuses and heavy jokes that have begun to become real bullying towards him by JBL throughout his stay in Stamford.

Roberts has in fact defined JBL a real "leader of evil" in the WWE backstage, going so far as to call him and the gang of his friends "the Cabinet" of the locker room, real grown-ups, with some scenes that unfolded just like the angle at the time of his WWE reign against Eddie Guerrero.

The Godfather defends JBL

After years of these accusations against him, also validated by various tests, JBL has nevertheless found a well-known face who has decided to defend him in the eyes of fans and other insiders, with the well-known Hall of Famer of the McMahon-owned company, The Godfather, who wanted to reveal to the microphones of Two Man Power Trip of Wrestling podcast: "What it really is, is that he's an old-school wrestler who's been taught the trade by other old-school wrestlers, he still has that mentality that they had.

Modern kids today, and people growing up today, grow up with a different mindset and don't understand it, but he, he's not a bully, he wasn't even before. He just lived with the locker room rules that were passed to him from the old school.

Those rules are now gone." John Bradshaw Layfield (JBL) recently recalled how Vince McMahon instructed him to tell WWE’s Canadian fans he “loved them” during his time as a heel. “I had this promo where I tell them how they suck, America’s better, all this, blah, blah, blah, and he [Vince McMahon] said, ‘No, no, no.

Tell them you love them.’ I thought about it, and I thought, ‘You know, I think that’s gonna work.’ I went out there and said, ‘I just want you all to know that I love you."