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WWE Superstars Would Be Insane Not To Unionize Following $2 Billion TV Deals
She’s the recently released UFC fighter who’s taking the UFC to court in hopes of the multi billion-dollar fight organization reclassifying its fighters as employees, which would naturally lead to the unprecedented unionization of fighter while opening the floodgates for wrestlers to follow suit.
WWE has thrived financially in part due to its fear-based political structure that allows the monolithic conglomerate to rule with an iron fist and retaliate against the slightest insubordination at will.
WWE Superstars are systematically trained to fall in line through the education (read: brainwashing) of fruitless unwritten rules—the subject of a mostly satirical book released in 2017—and leveraging of their childhood dreams.
The ghosts of discipline haunt WWE locker rooms on a year-round basis through scary industry terms such as “backstage heat,” and everything from smiling on camera to failing to shake hands with an old-timer could be subject to termination without representation.