I will speak on what happened yesterday at some point, but now isn't that point and I wanted to give the tweets the opportunity to show how much emotion was in the air yesterday. It is hard to put into words the gravity of what happened yesterday and what could still be coming it is clear that the WWE will have to work very hard to come back from this and rehab their public imagine. Reality is we should be shifting our attentions to the show of solidarity among the wrestlers to their friends and co-workers.
Though we could be looking at the possibilities for the wrestlers that did get let go and talk about where they could end up. Eventually that will be where our attention shifts, but at this moment it is too soon to talk about. It is clear though that this might not be the last time we are talking about cuts, and the other wrestling companies will need to keep their eyes open to see which talent would best fit into their roster as WWE decides when enough is enough. Best of luck to all of the employees that lost their jobs yesterday and I hope that you will not be unemployed for long in this time of uncertainty.
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