I get what he's saying. His idea of being a bottler is having a weak personality, letting other people affect you. Wenger has anything but a weak personality and can't be fazed by any level of criticism, it seems. So as a man, Wenger isn't a bottler.
However, his teams, that's a different story. Even then you could say that they at least delivered on the bare mininum, but yeah, I just decided I don't really want to talk about Arsenal. It's a depressing subject.
So in short, yes and no.
Also wanted to make a joke that Wenger is the type to try to kill himself with something that's actually not lethal and that he would carry on over and over again with the same method out of sheer stubbornness. But that's probably a bit too grim.
Shout-out to my boy Hamilton for getting out there and giving the fans something to get excited about. People complain about his live-streaming antics and call him arrogant, but he deserves positive attention for going out his way to entertain the crowd. Signed merchandise and threw it into the crowd, that's a nice moment for those people that they'll never forget. I think that Alonso also went out to acknowledge the crowd, it's nice to see.