WWE issuing social media violations; Reginald's background
Submitted by Aaron T-Bar Rift on 02/15/2021 at 06:13 PM

- Raj Giri of is reporting that WWE is issuing "violations" to talent for any social media posts that name a third party business, person, brand, or charity. Giri wrote the following:

"Wrestling Inc. has learned that the violations start with a warning, then a fine, and finally suspension. The company is claiming ownership of talent Twitter and Instagram accounts via a clause in their contracts that grants WWE the exclusive use of their likeness."

- In an interview with, Carmella's sommelier Reginald talked about his background prior to joining WWE:

"I was in circus for 16 years and itís something that I never knew anything about but it landed in my lap because I had so many people in my corner. I started circus as an after-school program to keep me occupied. Throughout those years of training, I fell in love with it. At Circus Harmony in St. Louis, they trained us to be professional athletes and artists. I acquired all of these skills with acrobatics, juggling, and life skills that allowed me to transition to WWE so effortlessly."

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