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“In WWE, you don’t have to worry about equitable labour representation for our performers. Their names, identities and personage belong to us. So, you pick the talent and trust us to exploit the shit out of them, so you don’t have to!”
Sounds pretty shitty. I know some WWE talent are paid well, but this should not be a sellable point for brands to participate in. Especially if there is more political noise made by high-profile democrats in the US. These talking points for soliciting cross-promotions could likely end up being used against WWE in any dealings with Governments and/or Representatives.
Just a heads up for anyone using ‘Podcast Addict’ the show for May 16 (for some reason) palys the show frok two weeks ago. The YouTube has the correct show.