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Ask not what your country can do for you. Ask what you can do for Mr. Wonderful.

Ask not what your country can do for you. Ask what you can do for Mr. Wonderful.

Paul Orndorff, one of the greatest heels in WWE history, recently delivered the proverbial piledriver to the President of the United States, comparing the WWE’s current product to the Obama administration.

 Mr. Wonderful tells World Wrestling Insanity’s ClubWWI.com:

“You can’t have a pay-per-view every month. That’s stupid. I’d rather have two or three a year and draw three times as much. It’s like it don’t mean nothing anymore. There’s nothing to look for anymore. The angles they do now are very quick. They don’t give the people time enough to let it sink in. Before you know it, it’s over with. That’s not how you do it. That’s not the way it used to be done. I mean, my God. Look what this President [Obama] is doing nowadays. I mean he’s turning everything upside down and he’s doing things that aren’t right and this country’s going to pay for. It’s the same way with this business.”

Orndorff went on to compare Michelle Obama to Vickie Guerrero, before citing similarities between Obama’s two children and Stephanie and Shane McMahon, and later claiming Vice President Joe Biden’s policies are as out of touch as former WWF President Jack Tunney’s.

  1. Old School Sammy
    May 20th, 2009 at 06:45 | #1

    The guy has a point with how over-saturated the PPV market is, especially considering the fact that the prices are too high in this day and age, but holy crap does he come across as a bitter Republican with his shoddy comparisons. I am guessing he”s upset he”s holding onto a lot of Exxon/Mobil stock, and prices aren”t going up high enough as the weather gets warmer for his liking, since Bush never bothered to regulate oil prices previously, because he, his family and cronies were all hip deep in oil stocks.

  2. May 20th, 2009 at 10:40 | #2

    No doubt angles mean nothing now. Pretty much things are forgotten after 3 months since they have to build towards the next PPV

    But come on. I”m not a big VKM fan, but the dude is at least a capitalist unilike comrade mao Obama. Big difference.

  3. Neal Snow
    May 20th, 2009 at 13:59 | #3

    I think it”s unfair that Orndorff is comparing Vince”s product to Obama”s policies.

    Vince may have approved angles where geriatric women gave birth to rubber hands, his son-in-law humped a corpse, and Kai En Tai tried to choppy choppy off Val Venis” pee-pee, but Vince never took taxpayers dollars and used it to fund domestic and overseas abortions, among other dubious acts. Amazingly, compared to the President of the US, Vince is the lesser of two evils.

    As far as Ordorff”s opinion about the ppv situation, he”s dead on.

  4. Christian
    May 25th, 2009 at 02:58 | #4

    This is extremely forced, comparing a very specific pro-wrestling problem (angle over-saturation, accelerated storylines) with the vaguest political issue possible! What is he ranting about (politicaly) anyways? “Turning everything upside down”? “Doing things that ain”t right”? I could argue with him if he stated anything specific, but right now, all I”m hearing is a bitter old man unsatisfied with the current wrestling product and trolling for relevancy by attempting a most dubious link to politics.

    How is this a “proverbial piledriver” to Obama anyhow???

  5. Bruce Simmons
    June 16th, 2009 at 23:54 | #5

    I agree that he”s dead on, re the overuse of PPVs; and I agree that he”s wandered into something more nebulous with his attempts to saddle the President with the onus of failing policies … one has been around a long time, and available for comment; the other is just born, and a long ways off for evaluation. Let”s hope Obama”s ideas work! We”re all for that, right? Right?

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