You guys can bash me all you want. The fact remains she had a legitimate case she could have taken to trial. If she really believed tna wronged her she could have made a difference. When you settle out of court you basically sell out. You take the bribe to be shut up.
I would have taken the settlement too. It was probably a nice fat check. She got what she wanted out of it, but she still sold out. Now she has no moral high ground to stand on...
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If she didn't have a legit case TNA wouldn't have settled, this what you don't seem to get, she probably got just as much money as she would from taking it to trial....
And she did and has made a difference by setting the precedent of taking TNA to court and forcing them to settle.
She went to court to get money from TNA to pay her medical bills, TNA caved in and paid her medical bills, so she dropped the case. Why does this seem to be beyond you?
Settling out of court is not selling out. Its winning. She has made a difference, she did have a legitimate case, she did win. She still has the high moral ground, TNA are still absolute dirt bags for even trying to challenge it. The fact they caved so early shows they just took it this far to try to scare her into backing off which she didn't, and good for her.
I just don't understand how she comes out as anything other than a hero out of this. She got everything she would have if she'd taken it to trial except a larger lawyers bill....
But think about it, do you really think TNA are going to push the next wrestler that far? Now they've proved they'll cave on such things it'll be that much harder for them to try to deny something like this in the future.