WWE TLC 2015: WWE Superstar Lobbying For Paige’s Mother At WWE TLC: See Reasons…

A report has reached us stating that former professional wrestler Scott Oliver Hall or Scott Hall has thought it necessary for Paige’s mother, Saraya Knight to be in the corner of her daughter at Sunday’s TLC event in her match against WWE Divas Championship Charlotte.

Scott Hall has taken it upon himself to lobby on Social Media that such privilege should be granted to Paige’s mother owing to the fact that Charlotte’s father, Ric Flair will be in the corner of his daughter at the show.

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– During a Q&A session on the WOOOOO! Nation podcat, Ric Flair noted that although Mick Foley and himself have good working relationship, he is not really comfortable with the way he speaks lately about the WWE’s programming. He pointed out that Foley has not spent enough time in the company to speak with so much authority about what really happens on backstage.

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“The problem I have is Foley is not there. Like, to me, Mick has become a Monday morning quarterback. He’s only observing what he’s watching on TV. Do you know what I mean? And I don’t think it’s fair to the company to be ostracized or scrutinized by someone that’s not there.”

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Flair continued, “Foley’s just saying ‘this can happen’, but if he is not there on top of it, watching it take place or unfold or come together, whatever the terminology would be, it’s just hard for me to understand how you sit back and critique it.”

Then Flair made a note on the challenges that face young talents who desire to rise to the top of the ladder when WWE don’t feature them on regular basis.

“It’s just three hours of TV and I think and I tell Conrad Thompson all the time and I’ve gone on record saying this, it’s hard for the young kids to build a brand. It’s hard to build a brand off and on. And I mean, you’ve got to be there for a period of time and people have to see you all the time.”

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