The last two years has been a real disaster for the members of the WWE rosters and for its entire crew. From the outbreak of the global pandemic from covid-19 until today, WWE has created a very solid program of financial and budget cuts, with which it has gone to file numerous departments, firing left and right, without the slightest hesitation.
If the biggest names had come for the best-known Superstars, such as Braun Strowman, Rusev, Bray Wyatt, Zack Ryder, Kurt Angle, and many other athletes and road agents, numerous other backstage and office personalities had been eliminated from the organization chart, WWE, including employees who have worked with WWE for over 30 years.
Apparently, however, this new company policy would not have faded yet, with the latest news coming from the United States still shaking fans and employees for the moment still under contract with the Stamford federation.
As confirmed in the last hours by the well-known site Fightful, through the words of the journalist Sean Ross Sapp, the WWE would have continued to fire after weeks of detention, also numerous other employees, with the well-known journalist who in fact reported in the last few hours: "Fightful confirmed that WWE has opted for several office cuts this week.
We have been told in single figures." Although WWE has not opted for large waves of layoffs this time, but has only fired a few collaborators here and there, the number of athletes and various employees eliminated from 2020 to today, rises even more, with the tally that well exceeds 250 units, in just under two years.
At the moment it is not known which department the last dismissed employees were associated with, but the certain thing is that the employees were part of the Stamford offices and therefore not personalities known to the general public.
Who knows if this budget reduction policy is nearing its end or if new releases and waves of layoffs are still to be expected in the coming months?
Shaquille O'Neal to his six heirs: "I'll leave you the money only if..."
The former NBA star sends a message to her six heirs. Shaquille O'Neal has made it clear to her six children that if they want her inheritance they will need to be able to show him they can handle it on their own. Over the course of the podcast Earn Your Leisure he said: "My children? They have to learn what commitment is and make their way into the world of work with their own legs.
They are a little angry with me, they don't understand me. I always repeat: we are not rich, I am rich. My children know that this is the only rule: that they study. I don't care if they play basketball. They have to get a degree or a high school diploma or if they want me to invest in one of theirs business, they will have to present it to me, they will have to sell it to me.
This is something that I have made clear, I will not give them any money just because they are my children. " Shaquille earned over $ 286 million in 19 NBA seasons, and currently has a net worth of over $ 400 million. Born and raised in a poor neighborhood in New Jersey, he made it all the way to the NBA thanks to his daily hard work.