WWE surprised fans by switching up Retribution this week. They put different masks on them, and they gave three of them names. This was all after they were signed as official WWE Superstars.

T-Bar, Mace, and Slapjack wrestled on RAW this week, and people busted out in laughter backstage when their names were announced. Fans familar with a popular website were also quite amused.

According to Urban Dictionary, the names Mace, T-Bar, and Slapjack have VERY different meanings than what WWE intended. Mace, which is now Dio Maddin’s new name refers to the heavy metal club used to destroy skulls. That is the most tame alternative meaning out of the three they revealed so far. The other two are a little bit NSFW. You can check out the three meanings below.

Mace: A heavyspiked metal club used for breaking heads, a suitable substitute for the pepper spray.


T-Bar: When one is wearing a thong/g-string, they sit down, it sticks out, and you see a T-Bar

Slapjack: The act of ejaculating on ones hand and then slapping another person in the face.

WWE likely didn’t mean to make those comparisons when naming Retribution members. It might have been a good idea for WWE to simply let Retribution be themselves.

Dio Maddin is a former RAW announcer who could legit be upset about being removed from the show. Dijakovic is a promising Superstar passed up time and time again. Shane Thorne is a guy that lost a tag team partner and then was pushed back down to NXT after a taste of the main roster. They could all have reason to want to mess stuff up. Instead, we got Mace, T-Bar, and Slapjack. They still haven’t named Mia Yim or Mercedes Martinez yet. Let’s hope for the best.

H Jenkins

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