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Former NXT Wrestler Accuses WWE Of Forcing Talent To Tweet “Black Lives Matter”

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• ON THIS DAY IN WCW HISTORY (May 30, 1998) – WCW Worldwide

On this day in 1998, Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘WCW Worldwide’.

This episode featured pre-taped matches & highlights on the road to the ‘WCW The Great American Bash 1998’ PPV.

The card of the show can be found here:

1) Disco Inferno vs. Johnny Attitude

2) Fit Finlay Promo

3) Jerry Flynn vs. Earnest Miller

4) Highlights of Scott Hall joining NWO Hollywood (Nitro)

5) Damien & Ciclope vs. High Voltage

6) WCW Motorsports

7) Great American Bash Promo

8) Super Calo vs. William Worthy

9) Chris Jericho Promo

10) Bobby Eaton vs. Chris Adams

• Former NXT Wrestler Accuses WWE Of Forcing Talent To Tweet “Black Lives Matter”

The death of George Floyd, a black man who was killed in the custody of Minneapolis police on Monday, raised a lot of concerns on mainstream and social media. He died when an officer knelt on his neck as he laid on the ground.

Since then, the hashtag ‘#BlackLivesMatter’ has been trending on Twitter. Many WWE wrestlers also took to Twitter to share the hashtag on their account.

Former WWE NXT wrestler MJ Jenkins said on her Twitter account that WWE is instructing talent to tweet about it, without leaving them a choice. She thinks that wrestlers should do so if they feel like it, and not because the company wants them to do so.

        
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