Re: Backstage Morale Said to be "Really Bad"
Wait, so you're telling me that individuals that chose wrestling as a career and got hired for WWE, what is supposed to be the coolest job in the world, only to learn that your boss is a 70 year old senile old man that has no idea how to run a company anymore, and all of his associates are douchebag yes-men who have no balls to tell him that certain ideas are terrible for the product out of fear of losing their job?
You're also telling me that talent are becoming unhappy because they constantly get overshadowed by certain favorites like Roman Reigns or part-timers like Lesnar, have no direction for their supposed gimmick/character that they are given by the company instead of something natural that the person can choose, bust their ass wrestling matches multiple times a week, constantly being on the road and finding time of going to the gym to keep up with their physique so that they can continue being on TV, only to find out that they aren't being used properly or sometimes not at all?
You're also-also going to tell me that the talent are getting bothered by the fact of wrestling in half-filled arenas with awful attendance and awful viewership, working for a company that has a horrible reputation with its fans and constantly getting shitted on from social media, and working for a company where it doesn't matter how talented you are or what your work ethic is, you will be picked over someone else that has a better look than you and has the right words with the boss?
Absolutely baffles me that morale would be low among the wrestlers, or that anyone could become unhappy there. I don't get it.