WWE Announces Strict Actions Against Superstars if Found Guilty For Sexual Misconducts

Published 06/20/2020, 6:34 PM EDT


WWE currently has a huge amount of problems to deal with. And shows behind closed doors is not the only one.

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A recent change in restrictions in Florida is hanging like a sword on WWE heads, as day-to-day operations come to an end. A positive COVID-19 case was also found at the performance center.

Recently, three WWE Superstars have alleged sexual abuse. 205 live Superstar Gentleman Jack Gallagher was fired. NXT UK tag team Wolgang and Superstar Jordan Devlin have been accused.

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The new addition to this list is the new SmackDown debutant, Matt Riddle. The ‘#Speakout’ movement has brought many names forward. It won’t come as a shock if many new names come forward in the future.

WWE responds to deal with the guilty

WWE takes allegations of this kind very seriously. In a series of Tweets released by Gary Cassidy, WWE has communicated the importance of dealing with such issues. They also emphasized on the fact that individuals are responsible for their own actions.

WWE has a strict no-tolerance policy towards anything of the sort. The company also released a statement saying WWE has the right to take action if found guilty.

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The upcoming few days and weeks are very crucial for the careers of these upcoming talents. WWE are strict with their policies and follow them rigorously.

WWE will not take any risks. The hampered reputation of the athlete directly reflects on the reputation of the company, and the company certainly doesn’t need that kind of negative publicity.

As said above the upcoming days and weeks are very crucial for these talents.

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