Mic Drop… But Maybe Not: Uncensored WWE Moments That Went Too Far

From Bloodbaths to Bras & Brews - A Slightly Cringeworthy Look at Uncensored Chaos in the squared circle

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Hey there, wrestling fans! Today, we’re diving into the wild world of Uncensored WWE Moments and some of its most jaw-dropping, cringe-worthy, and downright controversial moments that probably should have been left on the cutting room floor. Buckle up, because this ride is about to get bumpy!

Now, we all know that professional wrestling, especially WWE, thrives on drama, shock value, and pushing boundaries. But sometimes, they push those boundaries a little too far, leaving us

wondering, “Did they really just do that on live TV?” Let’s revisit some of those Uncensored WWE Moments that had us reaching for the remote or covering our eyes in disbelief.

The Katie Vick Saga

Uncensored WWE Moments That Went Too Far

Oh boy, where do we even begin with this one? Back in 2002, WWE decided it was a good idea to have Triple H accuse Kane of killing his ex-girlfriend, Katie Vick. As if that wasn’t bad enough, they took it to a whole new level of disturbing when

Triple H, dressed as Kane, simulated necrophilia with a mannequin in a coffin. Yep, you read that right. This storyline was so controversial and tasteless that it’s still talked about today as one of WWE’s biggest missteps. I mean, come on, guys – necrophilia jokes? Really?

Mae Young Gives Birth to a Hand

Uncensored WWE Moments That Went Too Far

Sometimes, WWE’s attempts at humor fall flatter than a pancake in a steamroller. Case in point: the infamous storyline where 76-year-old Mae Young was impregnated by Mark Henry and gave birth to… wait for it… a hand.

Yes, a literal human hand. This moment was so bizarre and uncomfortable that it left viewers scratching their heads (with both hands, thankfully) and wondering what on earth the creative team was smoking. This is one delivery that should have been left undelivered.

Vince McMahon vs. God

Uncensored WWE Moments That Went Too Far

In what can only be described as a fever dream come to life, WWE once booked a match between Vince McMahon and… God. You know, the almighty creator of the universe? That God. The storyline involved Vince mocking religion and culminated in

a tag team match where God was Shawn Michaels’ partner. Unsurprisingly, God was a no-show (busy day at the office, perhaps?), and the whole thing came off as disrespectful and in poor taste. Maybe next time, stick to earthly opponents, Vince.

The Piggie James Storyline

Uncensored WWE Moments That Went Too Far

Body-shaming is never cool, but WWE took it to a whole new low with the “Piggie James” storyline. Michelle McCool and Layla relentlessly bullied Mickie James about her weight, even going so far

as to pour slop on her in the ring. This storyline was not only cruel but also sent a terrible message to viewers, especially young fans. It’s a stark reminder that some things should remain off-limits, even in the world of sports entertainment.

Muhammad Hassan’s Terrorist Gimmick

Uncensored WWE Moments That Went Too Far

Talk about bad timing and poor judgment. In 2005, WWE introduced Muhammad Hassan, a character meant to address post-9/11 prejudices against Arab Americans. However, things took a dark turn when, on the same day as the London bombings,

they aired a segment featuring Hassan with masked men attacking The Undertaker. The backlash was swift and severe, leading to Hassan’s character being written off TV. This is a prime example of when real-world events should absolutely influence what makes it to air.

Paige’s Family Revelations

Uncensored WWE Moments That Went Too Far

Sometimes, WWE takes “airing dirty laundry” a bit too literally. In a cringe-worthy segment, Paige revealed that her family tested her to see if she was ready for wrestling… by putting her in the ring at 13 years old against a grown woman.

Oh, and she casually mentioned that her mom didn’t know she was pregnant with Paige when she was wrestling. Talk about TMI! This segment left viewers feeling uncomfortable and questioning the appropriateness of sharing such personal family matters on national television.

The Kennel from Hell Match

Uncensored WWE Moments That Went Too Far

Animal lovers, you might want to skip this one. The infamous “Kennel from Hell” match between Al Snow and Big Boss Man was supposed to feature vicious dogs surrounding the ring. Instead, we got confused and frightened pups who proceeded to

relieve themselves all over the place. Not only was this potentially dangerous for the animals, but it was also a disaster from an entertainment standpoint. Sometimes, it’s best to leave our four-legged friends out of the wrestling ring.

The Reid Flair Mention

Uncensored WWE Moments That Went Too Far

Using real-life tragedies for storyline purposes is always a risky move, but WWE crossed a line when they referenced the death of Ric Flair’s son, Reid, during a feud between Charlotte Flair and Paige.

The line, “Your little baby brother didn’t have much fight in him, did he?” was a low blow that left fans and the Flair family rightfully outraged. Some things should remain off-limits, and the death of a wrestler’s family member is definitely one of them.

The Exploitation of Eddie Guerrero’s Death

Uncensored WWE Moments That Went Too Far

Speaking of using real-life tragedies, WWE’s handling of Eddie Guerrero’s death left a bad taste in many fans’ mouths. While tributes are one thing, the company took it too far by repeatedly using

Eddie’s passing as a storyline device, particularly in feuds involving Rey Mysterio. It felt exploitative and disrespectful to Eddie’s memory, proving that there’s a fine line between honoring a fallen star and milking a tragedy for ratings.

The “Live Sex Celebration”

Uncensored WWE Moments That Went Too Far

Remember when WWE thought it was a good idea to have Edge and Lita perform a “live sex celebration” in the middle of the ring? Pepperidge Farm remembers, and so do traumatized parents who had to explain to their kids what was

happening on their favorite wrestling show. While the segment didn’t actually show anything too explicit, the mere concept was enough to make viewers uncomfortable and question the company’s judgment. Some celebrations are best left for behind closed doors, folks.

Trish Stratus Barking Like a Dog

Uncensored WWE Moments That Went Too Far

In a moment that made feminists everywhere cringe, Vince McMahon once forced Trish Stratus to strip down to her underwear and bark like a dog in the middle of the ring. This segment was degrading, misogynistic, and completely

unnecessary. It’s a stark reminder of how far women’s wrestling has come, but also a cautionary tale of what not to do when it comes to portraying female characters in wrestling.

The Kiss My Ass Club

Uncensored WWE Moments That Went Too Far

Vince McMahon’s obsession with having people kiss his posterior on live TV is… well, let’s just say it’s an acquired taste. The “Kiss My Ass Club” segments were often uncomfortable to watch and felt more like a power trip than actual

entertainment. From William Regal to Jim Ross, many WWE personalities were subjected to this humiliation. It’s one of those ideas that probably sounded funnier in someone’s head than it did in execution.

The Exploitation of Matt Hardy and Lita’s Real-Life Drama

Uncensored WWE Moments That Went Too Far

When real-life relationship drama spills into on-screen storylines, things can get messy. WWE’s decision to exploit the real-life love triangle between Matt Hardy, Lita, and Edge was a prime example of this.

While it made for compelling TV at times, it also felt invasive and uncomfortable, especially knowing the real emotions involved. Sometimes, it’s better to keep personal issues personal and not blur the lines between reality and scripted entertainment.

As fans, we can appreciate the risks WWE takes to entertain us, but we can also call them out when they cross the line.

After all, wrestling is at its best when it’s pushing boundaries in the ring with amazing athleticism and compelling storylines, not when it’s resorting to cheap shock tactics or exploiting real-life tragedies.

So, the next time you’re watching WWE and you see something that makes you go “Whoa, should they really be doing that?”, just remember – you’re probably not alone. And hey, at least it gives us something to talk about around the water cooler… or in this case, the comments section.

What do you think? Are there any other Uncensored WWE Moments you think should have been censored? Let us know in the comments below! And remember, keep it clean, folks – we don’t want to end up on our own list of things that should have been censored!

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