In Justin Roberts' latest Blog, he talks about his own relationship with Connor 'The Crusher' Michalek. Roberts was honest and forthright about the WWE and how things work storyline wise, but then veered off about his own feelings for why the WWE gave The Crusher the Warrior Award at the Hall of Fame Ceremony the night before WrestleMania.
This past weekend at the WWE Hall of Fame ceremony, they told a story. While using real life people and real stories, they did what they do best: they told a story and they didn't let the facts get in the way.
Last year, just days before his unfortunate, sudden death, the legendary Ultimate Warrior suggested during his Hall of Fame induction speech that WWE should honor the hardworking people who work behind the scenes at the company. He spoke about those people who worked there: "Some of them for years, 20–25–30 years," he continued, "To have a category in the Hall of Fame where you honor these people." Unfortunately, the WWE track record shows that many people who work there and give their lives to the company for 20–30 years don't get rewarded, they get released once they've been there for too long.
You can read Roberts' Blog in its entirety here.