WWE Superstars Titus O’Neil and Big Show took a break from feuding with Darren Young and … whatever it is the Big Show has been doing to appear in an ad for a local Connecticut real estate company. Naturally, as professional professional wrestling investigatory journalists, we have a lot of questions.
But before we get into them, please enjoy the commercial in question:
- What local McMahon cousin used family pressure to pull this off?
- Is this what Shane McMahon was really up to when he left the company?
- What song did Big Show hear in his head when he was told he had to do this? My vote is “Landslide.”
- Do WWE Superstars always wear their gear when they do chores? Does Dolph Ziggler mow the lawn in bedazzled, airbrushed denim?
- What if the Millers had no knowledge of WWE prior to this move? Having these giants in spandex step out of that truck was a bold choice.
- Are Titus and Big Show licensed to perform this work? Do their gimmicks tie into it and we’ve just never noticed? I have newfound respect for WWE’s hockey players, plumbers, race car drivers, salsa dancers, undertakers, and energy highers now.
- You shouldn’t carry your dog like that. It’s sweet but really dangerous.
- Wait, was the dog packed in the truck?
- Do wrestlers fall into a rage if they see a folding chair outside of a traditional wrestling venue? Is it like a bull with red capes?
- Do you think they shipped any of these kids off to OVW? My guess is the one in the red. He just seems like a bit of a turdy jerk, which is probably why no one shook his hand.
- Why is everyone taking a break and drinking pond water? Is that from the tap? What is happening in Connecticut?
- I love the way Titus pronounces ‘Realtor.’ Can it be the new main villain in the next Transformers movie?
- Is WWE branching out into Helpful Honda territory? Can Helpful Honda People vs. Team CT Realtor please be an undercard Survivor Series match?
- Why isn’t Neville in the cruiserweight division?
- Seriously, what local Northeastern mobster did Vince finally cash in a favor for? This seems like a Fargo subplot.
If this is the start of a WWE local advertising renaissance, I for one am looking forward to seeing my favorite Superstars appear in Southern California Sit ‘n Sleep ads. “You’re killing me, Larry — and so are you, Bray Wyatt in pajamas!”