Road Dogg Comments On WWE Using “ALL IN” Tagline to Promote the New Season of ‘Total Divas’

August 18, 2021 0 By HearthstoneYarns

As noted, WWE announced that season eight of “Total Divas” will premiere on September 19th, and the company is using the tagline “ALL IN” to promote the season in the debut trailer.

Ryan Satin claimed “hypocrisy” from WWE as it pertains to the use of the “ALL IN” tagline, as the company famously sent The Young Bucks a cease-and-desist letter last year following The Bucks’ use of the “Two Sweet” hand gesture. Following Satin’s comments on the “ALL IN” tagline, WWE producer Brian “Road Dogg” James replied as seen below:

Imagine sending wrestlers a cease and desist over a 20-year-old hand gesture only to hijack the catchphrase they’re using to promote an event months later. https://t.co/KmhBFjYrAG

— Ryan Satin (@ryansatin) July 26, 2018

Have you ever heard the phrase,”what’s good for goose is good for the gander”? If it’s ok to bite, it’s ok to bite, right?!

— Brian G. James (@WWERoadDogg) July 26, 2018

I guess. One goose here has a billion dollars backing it though and money they can waste on pettiness. The other was just trying to feed their family and wasn’t taking money out of anyone’s pockets.

— Ryan Satin (@ryansatin) July 26, 2018

They needed that gesture to feed their families? C’mon man, they’re doing really well on their talent alone aren’t they? Just don’t make it sound like food was being taken off tables. I get it, fight for the “little guy” but are they the little guy anymore?

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— Brian G. James (@WWERoadDogg) July 26, 2018

Do you honestly believe they didn’t lose out on money because of that? I realize it worked out for them in the long run, but it’s silly to act like that C&D wasn’t sent to force them to stop selling their most popular selling shirts.

— Ryan Satin (@ryansatin) July 26, 2018