WWE reportedly not happy with fans regarding autograph requests

Mar 19, 2023 - by Steve Gerweck

WWE Management Is Reportedly Unhappy With Fans Asking Wrestlers For Items To Be Signed At Airports and Hotels.

PWInsider has reported that WWE officials and talents alike are unhappy at this, with it being believed that the videos were intended to paint the wrestlers in a bad light, which is especially frustrating for an all-time legend like Mysterio, who has such a good reputation.

It is believed that wrestlers are being advised against signing each and every item, toy, memorabilia, or trading card that is in front of them to try to clamp down and draw a line on what is expected of wrestlers in an environment such as an airport.

4 Responses

  1. Mark Botch says:

    Wasn’t the Rey incident someone who wanted multiple items signed presumedly to sell for his own benefit? Yeah, I’d have a problem with that too. Different story if it was a fan who wanted a photo and signature.

  2. ryan says:

    Honestly, I would say that people waiting out at an airport or hotel for a wrestler should NEVER get anything signed. Those people are creeps that wait HOURS for these people to show up, essentially stalking them. Meet them at an official meet and greet or catch them in public, but for the love of God I don’t see how it’s even remotely acceptable to stalk their flights and hotel accomodations and wait hours for them to show up with a shopping cart full of stuff you want/demand them to autograph.

  3. Mackdeezy says:

    This is why Austin St. John personalizes his signed merch and sells it directly on his store. If you want something with his signature, it’ll include your name in it too, and maybe even a little message. This has helped curb down all the evay sellers just trying to cash in on his signature.

  4. Bruisebrother1 says:

    Brock Lesnar charges $100 per item and that is enough for those bottom feeders to leave him alone

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