Is there an avenue for the fans to suggest things or give legitimate feedback to the writers of the WWE?
In case you haven’t noticed, Vince McMahon is in love with Twitter right now. Tweet opinions to @WWE or interact with the company on Facebook. WWE listens to their fan base and run a very social network friendly organization – just look at how the company is developing original WWE Network programming by surveying fans then asking them to name the shows. The company also used the Internet to name B-level pay-per-views. It’s very easy to get the attention of WWE officials.
When a worker is suspended under the WWE Wellness Policy, are they paid during their suspension?
When a worker is suspended under the WWE Wellness Policy their downside guarantee is suspended as well. This is how an injured worker can serve a suspension despite the fact they are already off shows.
What are your thoughts on WWE selling “Cena Sucks” t-shirts? Isn’t this hypocritical of the anti-bullying policy?
WWE is cashing in on the John Cena heat without turning him heel. Not only are they making a profit from the merchandise but Cena is as well as the shirt bears his name. While I’ve clearly highlighted the hypocrisy in WWE’s Be-A-Star campaign, I don’t think making a shirt that says “Cena sucks” is bullying. Look at it this way. If it’s bullying to say a worker sucks, is it going to get the point where a heel can’t be booed because it’s not nice? Cena is doing a great job of working fans on Twitter by calling the merchandise disrespectful while making a profit at the same time.
I’m looking forward to John Cena vs. The Rock at Wrestlemania XXVIII, however, I feel putting the WWE Championship on Cena for the match would destory it because it would make it obvious Cena was going over. What is your opinion?
Anything is possible but I don’t see the WWE Championship being involved in John Cena vs. The Rock. The title contenders for Wrestlemania XXVIII will be “selected” from the winner of the Royal Rumble and Elimination Chamber. Obviously it would not be possible to follow this scenario if the belt was on John Cena. Furthermore, having the belt on someone other than Cena makes yet another main event.
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