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Is there anyone who can stop the Kardashian Family? They dominate headlines, take all media attention, share collective fame for no good reasons - they're almost untouchable.
Who's going to sto-WAIT, JR, WAIT. IS THAT WHO I THINK IT IS? IT'S - IT'S... D GENERATION X.
BAH GAWD KING, IT IS DX!
Sorry. It's just that whole ridiculousness of the Kardashian-Jenner regime seems to be straight out of WWE's creative books. A genuine comedic faction that would have been a small part of the modern PG era.
The family even have their multiple story lines that would fit in well on Monday Night Raw, complete with vignettes such as Kendall Jenner falling off her bike.
Her sister, Khole Kardashian, shared a video on Instagram of her missing the presence of her stablisers, hitting a patch of gravel and taking a tumble.
Luckily a WWE cameraman was nearby to catch it o- Wait no, that's not real is it.
She saw the funny side however, as did the rest of the 67.4million followers who have watched the clip.
One thing's for sure, if the Kardashian-Jenner regime was an actual thing in WWE - which you probably couldn't write off given some of the company's stories in the past - Slayer wouldn't be doing their entrance music.
Back in 2015 Kendall wore one of the band's t-shirts in a 'Topshop were selling it so it must be cool' type of way. Guitarist of the band, Gary Holt, responded by wearing a top based on her family, too.
It wasn't a conventional one, however, and simply read: "Kill the Kardashians". He really mustn't be a fan.
Slayer responding to Kendall Jenner wearing one of their shirts. pic.twitter.com/StaUjp8rMO
- LADbible (@ladbible) September 15, 2015
Kendall's father, Bruce Jenner, now Caitlyn Jenner, reportedly suffered transphobic abuse from a photographer at the LGBT Awards in London on Friday night.
Leaving the ceremony after winning an award, someone shouted: "Oi, Bruce, get your dick out," at the former decathlete, as something was reportedly thrown at her.
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