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WWE Superstar Attrition Struggle and Fan’s Constant State of Denial

WWE is dealing with an internal war by management creating a damaging state of superstar attrition. KOP explains the ongoing struggle.

WWE is dealing with an internal war by management creating a damaging state of superstar attrition. KOP explains the ongoing struggle.

WWE Superstar Attrition

Plus, we see the damage being done to the fans who are in a constant state of denial. Social media for wrestling fans has become a constant stomping ground.

Attrition is defined as the action or process of gradually reducing the strength or effectiveness of someone or something through sustained attack or pressure.

Plus, we look back at the major sea change to how we now watch wrestling each week. We look at the debut of AEW Dynamite and NWA Power along with the shuffle of programming across the TV schedule.

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