You know what’s more Christian than wrestling?
The fact that you are wrestling.
I mean, the last time I checked, wrestling wasn’t even the top thing on WWE’s list of activities to do for the holidays.
I have no idea what Christmas is.
Maybe the most important thing in my life is the day I woke up to this.
But wrestling, for some reason, is the top activity.
I don’t know if it’s because the WWE is so damn Christian.
I’ve seen that they give a shoutout to Jesus in every episode of the show.
It’s a lot of fun, isn’t it?
I don´t even know what that means, but it´s the way the WWE treats us.
But I also think wrestling is a big part of why people have a problem with Christianity in the United States.
I know that WWE does its best to promote its message, but sometimes it gets lost in the shuffle.
The way that wrestling is treated in the world, it’s not a lot different from what other countries do with their religions.
I think the WWE has a lot to learn from the Christian faith and the way they treat their followers, because it’s such a powerful, uplifting way to bring people together.
It doesn’t have to be that way.
I love the WWE.
I really do.
The show is a source of pride for me, as I get to work with some of the best talents in the business, but I also love the fact that I get a chance to work at home and do what I love.
I get paid to wrestle.
It makes me feel good, and it helps me keep my mind focused on the things I care about.
And I get this Christmas present, too.
So, I hope you enjoyed reading this story.
If you have any questions about Christianity, I can answer them for you in the comments section.
I´m sorry for the long wait, but this is a lot longer than I thought it would be.