It seems that now, more than ever, WWE wrestlers are making a case for why they should be on top. Those at the bottom of the food chain have been scratching and clawing to get any sort of recognition, whether it be through social media or the limited amount of television time they get.
The fans play a role in this too. They get behind certain competitors and make cases for why they deserve more TV time, a bigger push, a shot at a championship, or something of the sort.
It seems that some fans today think every person employed by the WWE should be at the top of the company.
Now, if that’s true, who will play the subordinate roles? Who will do the ...
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