This week’s edition of the popular YouTube series Being The Elite featured a surprise appearance from longtime comedian and actor, Sinbad.
The 63-year old legend is best known for his work in the films Houseguest, First Kid, Jingle All The Way, Good Burger, as well as a slew of HBO specials and his very own program, The Sinbad Show.
In the clip, TNT Champion Brodie Lee is frustrated by The Dark Order’s tag team loss at the ALL OUT pay per view, but members John Silver and Alex Reynolds surprise him with a Cameo of Sinbad, who congratulates Lee on his title victory over Cody Rhodes and asks to become an honorary member of The Dark Order.
Lee admits that he is in a much better mood after witnessing Sinbad do The Dark Order pose.
Obviously the fact that the appearance by Sinbad was done with Cameo is another shot at the new WWE rule banning talent from third-party deals.
As noted, AEW also took a shot at WWE’s third-party ban during ALL OUT with Kip Sabian and Penelope Ford promoting their Twitch channel and a text graphic appearing on the screen under the Twitch promotion that read, “All Elite Wrestling approves this message.”
Watch the complete edition of Being The Elite, episode number 220, via the YouTube video embedded directly below from the official channel of the popular weekly digital series.
REACTION: COMEDIAN SINBAD ON BEING THE ELITE (EPISODE 220)
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Just ICYMI, comedian/actor @sinbadbad becomes honorary member of #AEW faction The Dark Order, another shot taken at #WWE over their new #TwitchStreamer/@BookCameo rule/ban on BTE Ep. 220! A #MUSTREAD for the #WrestlingCommunity! (#WrestlingTwitter)
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— Matt Boone (@MattBoone1984) September 7, 2020