– The shift in power at WWE over the past few weeks has resulted in sweeping changes within the company, garnering a mostly positive reaction from talent and fans alike. According to a report by pwinsider.com, the positive change behind the scenes is evident, with many saying the old feeling of ‘walking on eggshells’ is no longer there and has been replaced by ‘hope and pride’ renewed to work for WWE.
– The production team is arguably the department that felt this optimism the most where it was described as a “massive day and night” change with Stephanie McMahon’s new diet, Triple H and Nick Khan no longer “screaming” to the production truck or announcers throughout Raw and Smackdown. It’s a stark contrast to when Vince McMahon used to run things rough, as he verbally beat anyone who said or did something he didn’t like.
– The report adds that Mondays and Fridays – which were once considered the worst days at work – are still long and difficult, but people do not enter the room on these days and expect a “sort of PTSD” follows them home. to their personal life. The whole department, from announcers and cameramen to producers and directors, has been extremely happy over the past few weeks, with one person saying it’s like they have the right to feel fun again at work here. This positivity has in turn led to better engagement and an influx of more creativity.
– Just a few months ago, some backstage staff were seriously considering leaving WWE, but many have changed their minds and even more have expressed how happy they are now with the hope that the feeling of ” honeymoon” of the new regime continues to last. .