Over the last 12 months nearly every wrestling company has had someone come forward for the #metoo movement. This movement involved people who had suffered some form of abuse in the industry to step forward and speak their truth.
Well now it seems as though WWE want to help as many of their talent to be open and honest in mandatory counselling sessions. Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer has reported that all WWE talent will need to attend mandatory counselling sessions.
These sessions will occur via streaming services, and will commence on October 28th to encourage healthy relationships. WWE have brought in Total Life counselling to support the process, with the first session being a live presentation followed by separate Zoom meetings.
The sessions are designed to break the stigma of not speaking out, and to encourage those who do that they’re safe. WWE released the talent such as Jack Gallagher, Travis Banks, and Ligero following the allegations. Others were kept off television.
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