Fact: the WWE must correct the Usos’ Titantron and FAST

Dear the WWE,

Thanks for realising that the Usos’ “traditional dance” has to be performed as a challenge to their opponents, rather than an empty ring. Of course, the rest of the world, who are used to seeing the haka as performed by the All Blacks rugby team, knew this months ago, but we do appreciate you catching up.

However, here’s one thing you haven’t corrected.

Can you see it?

I’ll make it a little clearer for you.

Do you see it now? You are PERSISTING in putting an apostrophe in a plural – the kind of irritatingly stupid, amateurish error for which I would castigate a student.

Talk to the boys themselves. They know. That’s why their Twitter handle is @WWEUsos – because Uso is their last name, and more than one Uso equals THE USOS. No apostrophe.

Please fix it as soon as possible, if not sooner, for the sake of literacy itself as well as my sanity.

Thanks in advance.

Carrie.

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8 Responses to Fact: the WWE must correct the Usos’ Titantron and FAST

  1. Dear blog post, it’s just “WWE”, not “the WWE”. WWE is an acronym of World Wrestling Entertainment, and “the World Wrestling Entertainment” doesn’t really make sense.

    Thanks 😉

  2. David May says:

    I saw them in a dark match in Liverpool on superstars and what irritated me about the entrance was that there music was playing over the top of them doing the Haka. So you can’t actually hear them when in the crowd.
    Would it be so hard to have them come out in silence, stick a boom mic near them while they do it and then hit there music as they finish. Ineptitude gives me a headache…

    • Carrie says:

      Maybe that’s why I have a headache today – watching too much WWE gives you a constant stream of ineptitude…

      • Mike says:

        ..and yet for all the ineptitude, the disappointments and the head-scratching decisions we still watch it don’t we? Week in, week out. Surely this must say something about the human condition…

      • Carrie says:

        An eternal quest of optimism.

  3. Tasha says:

    Their last name is not Uso…their last name is Fatu, they are the sons of Rikishi and also just so you know Usos means brothers in Samoan

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