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WWE backstage atmosphere is utterly chaotic

WWE superstars are working with the company for various reasons. Some are in it for the money, others are because it has always been their dream to wrestle in WWE.

According to a report by Brad Shepard, the backstage mood in WWE is very bad right now. On top of WWE titles being forgotten during meetings, some top superstars are more focused on their personal lives to care about the company.

Samoa Joe at this point of time is only interested in getting his payment. On the other hand, some champions are apparently being “crybabies” backstage. Due to all this, it is chaotic backstage.

Samoa Joe is allegedly just along for the ride, and Bayley and The Revival are still being crybabies even with the straps. They described it as utter chaos.

Hopefully, the atmosphere backstage can be improved in due time.


  • Dirt McGirt

    Vince needs to drop dead. It’s just as simple as that.

  • oppa

    Yet some of these complainers are still signing multi year deals with the company. smh

  • StoneColdBeckyLynch

    I’ll never understand why people come onto wrestling sites and bitch about nothing. If you don’t like it, leave. It’s that simple

  • Keith Learmonth

    While this all seems plausible, at least… It’s also literally just some guy basically saying “a friend of a a friend of mine heard this from his cousin…”.

    Seriously, most of Brad’s “stories” are stuff most people can roughly guess just from watching the product. Kind of like Meltzer. I don’t believe he has an actual insider source.

  • Sparti Love

    I don’t blame Joe, its been an up and down ride for him in WWE. He had such a believable feud with Lesnar, he tore up Reigns on the mic, and he was a great opponent for AJ but still no title run. The injuries haven’t helped but it seemed his run at the championship is over

  • Rinn13

    Even if all this were true, gee, now why would a company that regularly acts as if it doesn’t care about even many of it’s “top talent”, let alone lesser talent, act as if THEY in turn are unhappy or don’t care about WWE?

    People tend to care more about their jobs when things are being run competently, and they are treated well.

  • Omar

    The amount of subjective words in this makes it sound like the “source” of this info is some mid/undercard wrestler/s who is/are jealous.