Hugo Savinovich has supported WWE after accusations from Andrade that the industry works with a racist ideology. At the same time the Mexican understood the frustrations of the Luchadore after he received the boot from WWE.
Hugo Savinovich a former wrestler and a celebrated commentator/reporter knows the discrimination that most organizations show to their Latin American employees.
But, in his opinion the WWE has never been known for any racism at all.
In an interview on 25th April 2021, Hugo said, “I do not agree with Andrade’s claim. The WWE does not promote racism in their ranks. The problem comes from the lack of knowledge that people have about Latino’s.”
— WrestlingINC.com (@WrestlingInc) April 25, 2021
“Reports of nearly 28 million undocumented Latin Americans living in the states has become a well known fact. While at the same time 40 million documented Latino’s reside in the US” said Savinovich.
Hugo Sanovich believes other Latin stars deserve more screen time
Following the exit of Andrade, the Ecuadorian has subtlety mocked the WWE for their decision to release Andrade. But, his bigger fear is for the way that the WWE has lacked the creativity in using their other Latin American stars effectively in their storyline.
In light of the amateur screenplay that the WWE uses according to Hugo, the former wrestler said, “Andrade has the looks and no one can deny that. But, there are so many other stars in the industry who would benefit from a great storyline.”
“Through them WWE can make more of a name” said Hugo.
Therefore, though Hugo Savinovich disagrees with Andrade’s release, he feels that many other Latin stars can replace him over time.
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