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Stephanie McMahon Appears In Spanish TV Ad, History Of Monday Night Raw Discussion

– Stephanie McMahon speaks in Spanish in a newly released Linda McMahon for U.S. Senate campaign ad geared towards Latino voters in Connecticut. Stephanie says her mother understands the hardships many Connecticut families are facing since they faced similar hardships years ago.

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– A new episode of The Legends of Wrestling premieres this Thursday on WWE Classics On Demand with Jim Ross, Pat Patterson, Michael Hayes and ‘The Road Dogg’ Brian James joining host Gene Okerlund for a no-holds-barred discussion and a special look at “The History Of Monday Night Raw.”

– WWE will hold a live event in Stockton, California on Saturday, January 19, 2013 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets go on sale Friday, November 23, 2012.

  • Henri de Arag√≥n

    I think being aware that there are more languages besides American-English, is a good move. I agree with the complaint of some people about immigrants refusing to learn English, but I disagree with the way many individuals act like American-English should be enforced. American-English is the national language, indeed. Although, American-English isn’t the OFFICIAL language, which means it’s up to the each state to decide what their official languages are. For example; Hawaii, New Mexico, California, and New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut, which have large populations of Spanish speaking immigrants.
    There’s nothing wrong with speaking other languages, although I once again agree with that immigrants should make an effort to learn the national language, but most people don’t understand that most immigrants tend to be poor, thus requiring them to work multiple jobs, which throws them out of favour when it comes to finding time to making an effort to learn the national language of the country the immigrated to.
    Here in Spain we have six official languages, Castilian(What you americans call Spanish), Galician, Basque, Catalan, Occitan, and Aragonese. Even though the official language is Castilian, and everyone is required to learn it, we all make an effort to at least learn some of our other co-official languages, and we also learn English and French as a sign of respect or interest towards our French neighbours and the British who are one of our largest groups when it comes to both tourists and immigrants.
    I’m sorry if my English was bad, but I just wanted to get this point across. There’s nothing wrong with co-existing with other cultures.

  • Matt

    Learn English or immigrate somewhere else. End of story.

  • David

    Well that’s because English is not my native language. But at least, I’m an immigrant who tries to integrate into American society unlike ungrateful immigrant such as you Jeff. And frankly my English was good enough for you to understand me so stfu.

  • Jeff

    Had that sentence been in English I would have given it a little thought.

  • David

    since when the national language of the united states is spanish?

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  • drew

    what a good read!