My issue to Mauro is his constant pop culture references feel so forced and unnatural that they can completely take me out of the moment, and like I said, they're constant. Like an example a couple pages back, he dropped a lyric from a Drake song, why? How can that be said and be fitting with what's happening? And there's so many more examples. It's a shame cos he is one of the best commentators right now other than this, but it's so bad that it does sometimes ruin him as a whole for me. Most other WWE commentators aren't that good, but that's what I expect, whereas Mauro brings down his otherwise very good commentary with all these references (him yelling 'MAMMA F'N MIA' at the last takeover was so *censored*ing cringey as well). It's like the other commentators are a McDonalds veggie burger - it's not great, but you know what to expect, sometimes you even enjoy it. Whereas Mauro is a delicious gourmet veggie burger, you're enjoying it but then suddenly you take a bit and find a piece of meat! The burger may be better than the others you've had, but you can't look past that bite of meat.