Post by doverlegend1 on Jul 19, 2009 7:36:15 GMT -5
The Legends are curious as to the break in that elusive word KAY-FABE? I must say that even though i was outraged by the previous racial outbursts by that fat,butter dripping crutacean Costa i still was lost for words at the last event when he was bringing up past legal obligations and contracts concerning our mentor and guru of FRW Maverick Wild . These statements made at the last event in rochester stuck with me since then when Costa was laying the smack down on our injury recovering owner Maverick Wild. Since i have been attending FRW shows this "storyline" or "kay-fabe" has this wrestling fan legend all ears and also looking forward to see where else it goes. As far as the Lobsterman goes, The Drunken Master will be returning on the 31st to take care of unfinished business!!!!
If first you don't succeed ..... kick there ass!!!!!!
Post by frwfallguy on Jul 25, 2009 19:27:52 GMT -5
While the said statement was neither heard by FRW officials or made it onto the tape of the event, we have taken this seriously. Sometimes, things are said during the heat of a live interactive performance that were better not said in an attempt to gather a reaction, and that is most likely what happened here. I can assure all that if a line was overstepped, it was not meant out of any malicious intent but only to garner a reaction. Still-this isn't the way Front Row Wrestling likes to get that reaction and we apologize if anyone was personally insulted.
Some people would come out and claim to be very sensitive to racial issues. We would rather say we are blind to them-meaning that color, creed, sex or preference really has no bearing on Front Row Wrestling's roster. BA Tatum, an up and coming wrestler on the roster, is an African American. Woman wrestler Kimaya is of Samoan heritage. Our current All Star Champion Sethoran is of Latino heritage, as is Dan Thunder. Even Jeff "Lobsterman" Costa is of Latino persuasion (Portuguese).
In short, we try to make everybody at home in our locker room. We also like to radiate that feeling to each and every person who comes to watch our shows. The roster has been reminded-strongly-that even those of a more belligerent performing nature have limits as to how they attempt to illicit a reaction. While it is indeed sometimes some of our performers intent to insult...race is NOT an avenue that is acceptable to go after.
Thanks for the elequent way of explaining crawdad costa's previous "here say" comments but i cannot speak for the Drunken Master, i will let him speak for himself as he always does.
But the reason for this thread was to see if this break in KAYFABE would go further considering the strong allogations put forth by the " Belligerent " Costa .
I will be making an announcement at the show as to my future as it pertains to wrestling. Costa will be there. While I have a great deal of respect for the man, he has been pretty over the top in his attacks on me. While injuries and-let's face it, age-have turned me into the defacto ring announcer-I can only be pushed so far.
Lobsterman has a big mouth. It can be very entertaining, but at some point should he keep poking at the hornet's nest that is my temper, the stingers will come out. In short...he can say whatever the hell he likes, but he may not like the response. As it pertains to "breaking kayfabe"-if I were Mr. Costa, I would be more concerned at what other areas I may target to damage. Read into that what you will.