The WWE has sent out a challenge as a company, and it is to one man. Glenn Beck is not fond of a storyline that the biggest wrestling company in the world has going on and he has let it be known. Well, ABC News reports that the WWE sent out a challenge to Beck on Friday, Feb. 22, 2013, to come and explain himself.
Wrestler Jack Swagger has recently returned to WWE action, and is portraying a conservative, tea-party supporting bad guy with a manager known as Zeb Coulter. Swagger has an upcoming championship match at "WrestleMania" with champion, and Latino superstar, Alberto Del Rio.
Coulter recently got into character and went off on immigrants in a setting that showed him standing in front of yellow flags. Those types of flags are usually flown at tea party rallies, and it didn't sit well with Beck.
"I can take it from a lot of people. I can't take it from the stupid wrestling people," Beck said on his show.
"WWE has extended an invitation to talk show host and political commentator, Glenn Beck to appear live this Monday on Raw, in response to a segment that aired on TheBlaze TV yesterday," WWE announced.
WWE explained the character of Zeb Coulter, and let the world know that it is all in telling a story, just like a movie.
"WWE is creating a rivalry centered on a topical subject that has varying points of view. This storyline was developed to build the Mexican American character Del Rio into a hero given WWE's large Latino base, which represents 20 percent of our audience."