WWE wants talent to keep healthy relationships.
Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer reports all WWE talent are set to have a mandatory counseling session to attend via streaming on keeping healthy relationships on October 28. Total Life Counseling will be present for the session. The first conference will be the main presentation to all talent and the second zoom link will be for later individual breakout sessions. The second smaller group session is being done to give talent the opportunity to participate and ask questions in a small group.
These sessions are reportedly being done in an effort to change the culture coming off the Speaking Out movement where multiple wrestlers were accused of sexual assault, misconduct, and/or harassment.
WWE released the likes of Jack Gallagher, Travis Banks, and Ligero following the allegations. Others were kept off television, though a reason for their disappearance was never confirmed.
Candy Cartwright (Samantha Tavel) filed a lawsuit against Matt Riddle, World Wrestling Entertainment, Gabe Sapolsky and Evolve Wrestling after previously accusing Riddle of sexual assault. You can learn more details about the lawsuit by clicking here.