I'm surprised that there hasn't been any discussion on here about the story involving the Young Bucks, the "Too Sweet" hand gesture and WWE that's been making the rounds for the past several weeks. Anyhow, the gist of it is that the Young Bucks put out a t-shirt that featured the "Too Sweet" hand gesture used by the nWo, though originally used by Sean Waltman according to Kevin Nash, and WWE sent them a cease and desist letter to stop using the gesture on merchandise as it's WWE's intellectual property. The Bucks stopped printing the shirts but immediately came out with another one showing the words "Cease and Desist" in bold writing across the front, the Bucks standing on either side of the C & D printing, making the hand gesture with a black censored bar over their hands obscuring the gesture. I've read a lot of different responses over the weeks and I see both sides of things to some degree. For WWE, it does come off as extremely petty that they'd go this route over something like a friggin' hand gesture. At the same time, IF they do own the gesture, which I don't know how as I don't know the details of copyright law, then I guess they're technically within their rights. WWE's been in this situation before as they received a C and D letter from Pabst Blue Ribbon over a John Cena t-shirt design a few years back as the design, the lettering, etc. was identical to that of PBR. While I do agree with the opinion that it's petty on WWE's part, I also find myself not having a ton of sympathy for the Young Bucks since virtually everything about them has been "borrowed" from someone or something else. I know that using bits and pieces of past wrestlers to help make up a gimmick is common place, but not to the extraordinary degree of the Bucks. If they aren't copying the nWo, it's the Hardy Boyz, if it's not the Hardy Boyz, it's DX, if it's not DX, then it's Shawn Michaels. The Bucks also received a C and D letter from the creators of Rick and Morty due to a Bucks t-shirt being a rip off of the characters. In the end, the Bucks have been the ones laughing all the way to the bank as the Cease and Desist shirt is said to be their most successful thus far. Factor this in with the Bullet Club's "Invasion" of Raw weeks back, which is said to have been the reason for the firing of popular WWE creative member Jimmy Jacobs due to Jacobs taking a selfie with the group outside the arena, and what you have are a couple of guys who really seem to get under Vince's skin and make him seem like some cantankerous old bastard.