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“Twitch is MY place” – Paige Reacts To WWE Taking Ownership Of Wrestlers’ Twitch Accounts

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• “Twitch is MY place” – Paige Reacts To WWE Taking Ownership Of Wrestlers’ Twitch Accounts

As we noted earlier, WWE is set to take ownership of their wrestlers’ Twitch accounts in 4 weeks. Under this rule, wrestlers will receive a percentage of the revenue, which counts against their downside guarantees.

Vince McMahon sent an email to talents earlier this week to remind them to stop engaging in third party activities using their on-screen names, or they would be fined, terminated or suspended.

Former WWE Divas Champion Paige, who has a big following on Twitch, posted the following on Twitter about WWE’s new policy regarding wrestlers who are Twitch streamers.

“Twitch is MY place what I built with my wonderful fans. A place where people can go and feel some positivity and little bit of normalcy. Fun. Interactive. Non judgemental. Charitable place. I’m proud of what I built with my fan base.”

A fan then tweeted to Paige that her WWE fame is what resulted in her having a fanbase on Twitch.

Below is what Paige replied to that fan:

“Nah difference is I grinded for 15 years for my fan base that I brought over to twitch. Also dropping raids and 50 bombs on smaller streamers to help them grow. Not for bitter people like you though. Work hard and you’ll get a fan base too.”

Zelina Vega then thanked Paige for introducing her to Twitch:

“AND helped people (including me) get introduced to what is now my favorite platform filled w/ positive, like minded & amazing people just looking to have fun during hard times in the world. It’s where people support each other and grow together. A family. Always grateful to you 🖤 “

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• Old School Wrestling Veteran Would Have Celebrated His Birthday

Today would have been the 87th birthday of Old School Wrestling Veteran Waldo Von Erich (Real name: Walter Sieber).

He was named a Von Erich, when legendary WCCW promoter Fritz Von Erich billed him as his brother.

During the 60s & 70s, people did believe that Waldo was a legitimate family member, while later on the fans didn’t fall for Lance Von Erich, who was brought in as Waldo’s son in 1985.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY & † REST IN PEACE

October 2, 1933 to July 5, 2009

        
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