I wouldn't, either but what he said was so BROAD and lame and yeah, to say "it's for the men, that's it" is a little bit sexist even if he was just referring to the WWE.
I think it's sexist because it's a definitive statement based on keeping the same structure instead of possibly allowing those that are talented make a difference. That's awfully lame to me. It's like saying even if a few American women are good they shouldn't be on American TV anyway because it should always be only about the men as if women have nothing to offer and are a waste.
Sadly, this is the default perspective of the wrestling majority. Either that or titties.