Road Dogg Blasts “Disrespectful” Crowd Chant
Road Dogg thinks that some fans run the risk of annoying wrestlers when they chant things.
Fan chants are nothing new, but sometimes they can become disruptive. Sometimes wrestlers try to ignore these chants and continue with what was planned. But in other cases wrestlers can’t help but respond to consistent fan chants, either positively or negatively.
Examples of this include The Undertaker having a clever comeback for persistent ‘WHAT’ chants and how wrestlers and commentators reacted to the crowd chants in the various crowd chants in New Jersey after WrestleMania XXIX.
One person who has experience dealing with vocal crowds is Road Dogg who, on his Oh You Didn’t Know Podcast, gave his thoughts on another chant that persisted for many years.
Specifically, Road Dogg mentioned the CM Punk chants, which kept coming up for years after CM Punk left WWE and long before he debuted for AEW. And while those chants didn’t bother him personally, he couldn’t say the same about his peers.
“Sometimes the boys do. Sometimes the guys are in there busting their tail and the fans want to hijack the show or whatever to show their – let their voice be heard. It’s always very disrespectful for the same people they supposedly love and so avidly support.”
Elsewhere on the same podcast, Road Dogg also gave his opinion on CM Punk as a person and it wasn’t the most flattering of opinions.
“I knew how [Punk] was from dealing with him personally, but it finally seems like other people have seen how he is too now. It’s like, ‘Oh, okay. So he’s not the second coming. He’s just a man and he’s kind of an a-hole.’”
Road Dogg has been outspoken on his podcast as of late, and has been involved in a commentary feud of sorts with Dax Harwood over a multitude of topics, both personal and professional.
h/t 411Mania for the transcription