I see the point the author is trying to make but I have a slightly different view. Rather than The New Day being apologetically black, I see it as TND are being unapologetically themselves and they happen to be black however with c. I just feel like the author is trying to make some profound point about race that just doesn’t exist. New Day didn’t decide “let’s do it for all the black people out there that wish people would reference hip hop on TV”, they thought “oh shit we like hip hop let’s say something on TV”.
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That’s not to completely undermine the significance of The New Day being themselves. Themselves aside from like Booker T in 2002. Which is fucking mind boggling Unapologetically Black STU And Educated Shirt because everyone always says. The best characters are the ones that are yourself ramped up”. And yet for whatever bullshit reason, black wrestlers never get to do that. I’m glad The New Day are getting this opportunity but I can’t help but feel like this article is trying to make some profound point that’s just too far of a stretch to make.
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Nobody in these comments seem to read past the title, the entire article is such a Unapologetically Black STU And Educated well written piece, that not only delves into the history of the New Day, but a majority of major black performers in WWF/E’s history. Really great piece.Or just in their short time of a group, how many barriers you probably never casually think. They have actually broken being just relatively normal black guys on screen.
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