its not fucking real


I really can't believe that people watch this shit ...fake shit ...its full grown ass men grappling in underpants .....if you want a cross between homo erotico and macho ....WWE  is your bag  ....i mena what the fuck else is it .....its  men  acting and  fantasizing about fighting ...its staged .......
Thw scary part .....is people think this shit is real .....and its a multi million dollar entertainment not sport .....i have never  understood it  ....i think its a male fantasy ......for other males to watch men in tight shiny underpants sweating on each other in a ring .....
I mean why would naother man want to watch another man grab another man in underpants unless he  was  being turned on by this  act of fruitiness ......but someone  has  convinced men its a  real thing this is  no kidding they want to be paid  for  what acting ......


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Wall Street Cheers WWE's Massive Round Of Wrestler Layoffs

Wayne Duggan
Benzinga
World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc. (NYSE: WWE) shares rallied more than 4% on Thursday morning after the company announced an aggressive round of talent layoffs and furloughs.
WWE announced a string of layoffs as part of its coronavirus-driven budget cuts, including at least 40 performers and.or producers that have reportedly been let go or furloughed.
Cutting Costs
WWE announced its cost-cutting measures will include reducing executive compensation, cutting operational expenses, reducing payrolls, and deferring spending on the company’s new headquarters for at least six months.
“The Company’s reductions of employee compensation and headcount result in an estimated monthly savings of $4 million along with cash flow improvement of $140 million primarily from the deferral in spending on the Company’s new headquarters,” WWE said in a statement.
Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter tweeted on Thursday that the costs saved by the talent cuts aren’t making much of an impact on WWE’s bottom line. 
“The talent cuts will save them about $703,000 per month, $4 million includes all expenses cut including expenses of moving into a new office,” Meltzer wrote.
Bullish sentiment among StockTwits messages mentioning WWE was at 27.3% on Tuesday, down from its 2020 high of 96% on Feb. 26.
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Among the names either confirmed or widely reported to have been released are Miroslav Barnyashev (“Rusev”), Joseph Ruud (“Rowen”), Chad Allegra (“Karl Anderson”), Drew Hankinson (“Luke Gallows”), as well as non-wrestlers like legends Kurt Angle and longtime referee Mike Chioda.
WWE performers are technically classified as independent contractors, not employees of the company. That distinction has historically prevented laid off wrestlers from getting unemployment benefits, but the recent $2 trillion U.S. stimulus package has a provision providing unemployment compensation for laid off contractors for up to 10 months.
Benzinga’s Take
For now, WWE investors are hoping the spending cuts can at least partially offset lost revenue from the company’s canceled live events. WWE is still producing weekly TV shows in its studios in Orlando after the state of Florida deemed it an “essential business,” but it has canceled all live events through at least the end of April.
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