- The backstage response to WWE’s mass release was hopefully not great
- The mood behind the screen has been severely impacted by the WWE decision.
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The whole wrestling brotherhood still comes with grips Of the WWEIts massive release and it’s a story that will be discussed for years to come.
After WWE’s decision to trim many of its talent and backstage employees, it is speculated that the fans did not like them.
People in the locker room are furious with the release
Strangely enough, the locker room doesn’t even satisfy the way the whole situation has panned out. Kurt Angle, Rusev, Luke Gallows and Carl Anderson are just a few of the names to be surprised by the full list of talents Free.
Tom reacted to the locker room and they were angry ious as expected
The talent and backstage staff are greatly frustrated and outraged by the unexpected cuts.
Tom Dropkick shares the following on the Dissociation Podcast:
The second I started getting messages that everyone was informed that the cuts were going to happen, ‘this is not on, this is wrong’ the locker room is furious and it goes down from top to bottom. Nobody is obeying it in any way.
There is a great deal of frustration, great anger, and there is still the underlying concern of whoever may be.
The backstage reactions are not surprising to anyone, as the situation we are currently facing is expected in dire circumstances.
WWE notified talent about the upcoming cut on Wednesday, and they wasted no time in releasing and announcing furloughs.
WWE sent a video message to staff before the announcement that Vince McMahon Purpose All employees of the organization.
The talent cut was unprecedented because the company never released so much talent and staff at one go, but the prevailing situation caused by the epidemic has forced WWE to make some hostile decisions.
The after-effects of mass transit will be felt to be substantial, and we can only hope that things will return soon.
Published April 17, 2020, 00:24 IST