Try not to cross the manager.
That is by all accounts the message WWE principal owner Vince McMahon is sending to his program in a strange choice around one of its superstar.
McMahon initially suspended Titus O’Neil for 90 days amateurish behavior after O’Neil energetically got McMahon’s arm while he was strolling backstage after Daniel Bryan’s retirement ceremony on the current week’s “Monday Night Raw.”
In any case, the New York Post reported late Wednesday that the Stamford-based association had downsized the boycott to 60 days.
There was backfire the suspension was racially persuaded. The WWE denied that to the Post
“The suspension of Titus O’Neil had nothing to do with race and everything to do with unprofessional conduct,” WWE said in an announcement.
The Post included that WWE claims O’Neil “recognized the gravity of his mix-up” in an instant message.
“I feel like sh** now so if you have to let me go, I understand. Stupid mistake,” he wrote, according to WWE.
The discipline appears stranger considering 1) the episode did not happen amid the live telecast on the USA Network and was just seen by those tuning into the WWE Network after the appear, and 2) O’Neill accomplishes more philanthropy work than whatever other WWE genius and now this sets him up to miss WrestleMania 32 on April 3.