Jesse Neal Says He Makes More Working At Walmart Then He Did In TNA

Former TNA star Jesse Neal Tweeted the following:

Richard Reacts: What's wrong with working at Walmart? I'll never understand why people joke about people that have a job and are working to provide for their families.

  • Tom Mayer

    Shutdown WNW for a few months, stop everything you do, and get a job at walmart… Work there for a few months…then see if you still ask that question.

    • Tom Mayer

      Everything is hindsight until you have to live that life

      • That’s why Richard made the comment. We’ve all been there. There is NOTHING wrong with working wherever you can to make sure your family has a roof over their heads and food on the table. However, I’d like to know what he’s doing at Wal-Mart to make more than TNA. Most entry jobs at Wal Mart pay 15,000-18,000 a year.

        • Padres4life

          he’s probably the stock manager, they make bank.

          • That’s what I was thinking. There are some well paying management positions at the Mart with stock options, benefits and retirement plans.

    • I know plenty of people that have worked at Walmart. In fact, one of my friends climbed the ladder there and made enough money to start his own business. There’s nothing wrong with doing what you have to do to make ends meet. It’s not always glamorous but there’s nothing wrong with it either.

  • Dag. Not only does TNA pay nothing, they can’t even be bothered to pay their workers on time. Speaks for itself…

  • Padres4life

    so he stopped wrestling altogehter?

  • Evon Callaway Bitterweed Reese

    I made be one of the few but I like Walmart. I live in a small town with small towns all around me if it wasn’t for Walmart a lot of people I know wouldn’t have jobs.

    • J Vomkrieg

      This is a fallacy. If there is a need for those services then jobs/business would be in place anyway. the issue with a walmart is they drive local businesses under, and take profits out of the region and back to walmart shareholders.

      Sure people have jobs in that area, but less people own businesses, and there is less opportunity. I’m not saying walmart is evil, but they sure as heck aren’t a good thing.

      • Evon Callaway Bitterweed Reese

        That’s just not true here. Maybe in larger towns where people have enough money to open their own clothing or sports store. But Walmart is in competition with the Dollar store around here

        • J Vomkrieg

          I don’t mean to be rude, so please excuse me if i sound patronizing as it is not my intent.

          Walmart is a retail store. They do not create jobs or wealth. Those come from other places, like primary industry (farming/mining), manufacturing or service/creative jobs. Consumer stores do not create wealth, they are a side effect of wealth creation.

          Also, if walmart did not exist. People would still need to buy clothes/food/etc. As demand for these services and goods would still exist stores would rise to meet the demand.

          • Evon Callaway Bitterweed Reese

            Yes we could drive 90 miles to Beaumont Texas like we use to have to do to shop if it wasn’t for Walmart and Dollar stores that are popping up in our neighborhoods. It’s quite apparent you don’t like Walmart but here we are thankful. I know a lot of people don’t wear Walmart clothes or Dollar store clothes but around here we do because we can actually afford to buy a new shirt or pair of shoes for our kids. I guess it’s each to their own.

          • J Vomkrieg

            *head desk*

            I have nothing against Walmart. That you would assume I am operating from a personal bias against the brand tells me a lot about you. Are you simply defending them because of an emotional attachment to the brand?

            I was objectively refuting your assertion that retails stores create wealth and jobs, which they don’t. This has nothing to do with the brand of retail store and everything to do with Supply and Demand. I try to be polite online, but sometimes it is hard in the face of determined and willful ignorance

            That’s me done.

          • Evon Callaway Bitterweed Reese

            You sure are high on yourself. Lol. And you are very rude.

  • EY worked ten years through much worse than Jesse Neal. Neal quit and did any other major fed want him? No. You earn what you deserve, and seems to me Neal is exactly where he should be.

  • Brandon Blackburn

    nothing wrong with workin at walmart it puts food on the table