Stephanie McMahon Discusses WWE Wellness Policy
Both Stephanie McMahon and Dr. Joseph Maroon are quoted in an article by CBS Pittsburgh looking at the WWE’s Wellness Policy.
“They came to me and said look, ‘We are interested in doing everything we can to protect our talent. It’s the lifeblood of our industry,'” said Dr. Maroon who was approached by the company in 2006.
“‘We want to do the very best that we can and the best medicine that we can to protect them.'”
Stephanie McMahon said:
“We do cardiovascular screening. We do ImPACT testing. We do blood work. There is a drug testing component. It’s really with the idea of having our athletes and our superstars have the best health possible.”
Related: Does The WWE Wellness Policy Work?
Xavier Woods Wants His Own WWE Network Show
Xavier Woods told the Charleston Chronicle that he’s pushing for his own show on the WWE Network.
Woods has recently been using his hyperactive personality and love of games to his advantage by pushing for his own show on the soon-to-premiere WWE Network, a groundbreaking video streaming service which launches on February 24.
The show, titled ‘Xavier Woods WWE 2K14 World Tour’, would feature him traveling to various electronic stores around the world and competing against fans on the ‘WWE 2K14’ video game. Players who defeat him would win a chance to enter a tournament to be crowned champion at the company’s flagship event, Wrestlemania. Response from the fans on his idea has be been popular so far but it remains to be seen if the show will come to fruition. Even so, Woods remains upbeat on his future prospects with the company, as well he should.
Natalya On Talk Is Jericho
WWE Diva Natalya is the latest wrestling guest on Chris Jericho’s podcast Talk Is Jericho: