claims by former WWE announcers getting mainstream
media coverage: Culture rife with bullies; Not true
to BE A STAR campaign - 8th April 2017
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can be fun and great for moral, be it in pro wrestling
aka "sports entertainment", professional
football, in the office, and in the news media business
bullying which crosses the invisible line, especially
towards anyone that may have other issues going on,
be it stress, depression, or any other number of matters,
is not cool, and should not be tolerated.
respected pro wrestling and MMA journalist Dave Meltzer
Observer Newsletter appears to have been the one
to break the news story about the JBL (John Layfield)
vs Mauro Ranallo situation, with other former WWE
staff / contractors speaking up to claims. Former
WWE ring announcer Justin Roberts backs up bullying
claims in his new book
(Best Seat in the House: Your Backstage Pass through
My WWE Journey) and former WWE superstar Johnny John
Morrison (Johnny Mundo in Lucha
we are all for ribs... we've done it, and its happened
to us, but a rib is a rib and is done in good humor.
Constant bullying aka harassment of a good person,
such as Mauro Ranallo is not funny, not on, and can
not be tolerated.
JBL get fired or punished? That's debatable. It's
a culture of ribbing, but also one of bullying, if
you choose to believe those speaking out. I think
punishment at the bare minimum. WWE needs to show
the world that they are serious about this.
much for the famed DONT BE A BULLY, BE
A STAR! campaign. This makes it look like a bad
joke. Be A Star are understood to be getting a ton
of feedback about this bullying in WWE situation,
as well they might.
some positive outcomes will come out of this current
hope that a win - win - win scenario will be achieve.
wishing Mauro Ranallo well with his continued success
in the broadcasting sector, and good on the wrestlers
and talent speaking up about the issues, such as stand
out talents Mundo and Justin Roberts.
out Mauro's current broadcasting work here: Rutten
& Ranallo By Bas Rutten & Mauro Ranallo
Of JBL Bullying Reports Gaining Attention From Mainstream
Media, Jim Ross on WWE Superstar Shakeup, Who Hed
Like to See Moved
Meltzez via YouTube
Ranallo Not Expected To Be Back On WWE TV