The WWE challenged Glenn Beck to appear on "WWE Monday Night Raw" as they appeared in his home town of Dallas, but Beck refused. The WWE sent their cameras to Beck's television studio prior to his show taping on Feb. 25 to get his comments, but were turned away.
Glenn Beck went on his TV show TheBlaze and called the WWE "stupid wrestling people" when their angle with Zeb Colter and Jack Swagger speaking out on illegal immigrants hit too close to home for Beck. The political talk show host decided the WWE was making fun of the Tea Party and openly insulted the millions of the WWE fans.
Colter and Swagger created a video, where they tried to explain to Beck in as simple terms as they possibly could that the WWE was a TV show with storylines, not much different than CSI or NCIS. They then offered Beck a chance to come to "Raw" and speak to the "stupid wrestling people" across the nation.
Glenn Beck refused, acting like he was above "stupid wrestling people."
When the WWE showed up at Beck's television studios right before Beck aired his show, the host hid out in the building. His reps came out and said that Glenn Beck was not in the building, despite the fact he was supposed to tape his show at that time.
The WWE decided that Glenn Beck is brave when insulting millions of people on his show, but doesn't have the guts to come out and face up to his comments after the fact.
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