Source: Club Metro
Actor Justin Long, who hosted WWE RAW on August 16th with "Going The Distance" co-stars Jason Sudeikis and Charlie Day, tells MetroNews.ca that the experience was a disaster.
"In no way am I being self-deprecating when I say that was a disaster," Long said. "It was just not the audience to be promoting a movie like that to. We were so out of place. It was just awkward. They're all fired up to see guys pummeling each other, not to see three nerdy comedy guys do some bits. They played the trailer for this crowd and it just silenced them — and not in a good way."
Long continued, saying the crowd in Los Angeles looked like they were ready to attack him and his fellow co-hosts.
"We were in Los Angeles at the Staples Center, and the only time we really had the audience on our side was when we were praising the Lakers. And before that I think the majority of them were contemplating throwing things at us. There were a few homophobic remarks. I don't want to generalize it, I know some wrestling fans. But it's just not the audience."
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