You never know what can happen during any given episode of WWE RAW. Pat McAfee can attest to that, and this week he let a profanity slip, but the company is going to let it slide.

Sean Ross Sapp reported on Fightful Select that there was no backlash against Pat McAfee for his “brick sh*thouse” comment about Bron Breakker during the July 8 episode of WWE RAW. The remark even elicited some chuckles and a “can’t wait for Netflix” comment in Gorilla.

WWE is moving to Netflix in January, which means fans might see more relaxed language and content on the weekly show. It appears that using explicit language is not off the table. The extent of these changes remains to be seen.

With Endeavor’s merger of WWE and UFC, the combined entity is now publicly traded as TKO. This change means WWE may not need to maintain the same family-friendly image as before. Recent stories have shown a shift in this direction. However, WWE will still face heavy censorship on FOX for SmackDown when fans use explicit language. Notably, SmackDown will move to the USA Network in October, which will bring different standards and practices.


What’s your take on WWE censoring their television content? Would it be better if they could adopt a TV-MA rating? Share your thoughts in the comments section!

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H Jenkins

H Jeknins is a News Correspondent at Ringside News, keeping wrestling fans updated with timely and accurate reports on all things wrestling.

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