Advertisement Brock Lesnar suffered a bit of a popularity hit after his last championship reign. A prime example of his sloppy in-ring work was clearly displayed on Monday Night RAWwhen the Singh Brothers suffered some messy suplexes. Considering the nature of the WWEit is not that easy for talent to speak openly about any complaints they have.
The McMahons and Hunter! They fired both general managers Baron Corbin and Paige. The people that were always in charge were once again in charge.
Many times the ladies have been hired obviously for their looks but many are often able to back it up, like Trish StratusLita and others. Recently, things have shifted, thanks to the rise of NXT and its push for actual wrestling over Diva antics. Total Divas has led to more attention by focusing on the backstage antics of the WWE locker room, especially the women and how they balance great looks with some hard work.
Advertisement We see a lot of stories play out on Raw and SmackDown every week, but those stories are certainly not limited to those playing out inside the ring. One of the unspoken rules in the WWE locker room is that phone calls are not allowed. Some wrestlers like to prepare for their match in peace, so other wrestlers on the phone is disruptive. Not everyone kept to the golden rule of no phone calls in the locker room.
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You might know a lot about the ridiculous things that have gone on in the ring with WWE. You might know that Natalya once wet herself after getting kicked in the stomach. You might know that John Cena crapped his pants in the middle of the ring once because he was so ill while wrestling.
Why would I say yes? The main reason is trusting the Superstar closest to the action. Sasha Banks reportedly tried to quit during WrestleMania weekend, and a driving factor was over the loss of the belts and where WWE was taking them.
The women's side of WWE, and hence pro wrestling in general, has changed more than ever over the last few years. No longer are female performers seen merely as models for fans to ogle at, and nowadays when Vince McMahon hires women for his company he takes their wrestling ability into account rather than just what they might look like in a bra and panties match. One thing that hasn't changed is Superstars being either loved or loathed back stage, and it never will.