CM Punk Reacts To New WWE Rule On Third-Party Relationships

Wrestlers React To WWE Third-Party Policy: CM Punk & Renee Young Blast New Rule

Following reports that WWE has sent a memo to all talents demanding that they end their relationships with any third-party platforms such as Twitch, YouTube, several notable names from the industry have sounded off with their unfiltered reactions to the news via social media.

As noted, a memo was sent out to WWE talent by Vince McMahon recently informing them that they have 30 days to end their relationships with all third-parties that involve them using their “name and likeness in ways that are detrimental to the company,” or they will be fined and possibly released.

The reports have resulted in a lot of reaction within the industry, both privately behind-the-scenes in private and publicly on social media.

Among the most outspoken on Twitter in regards to these reports are CM Punk, Renee Young and Mick Foley.

Check out their recent tweets reacting to and/or mocking the reports about the subject below, and for those who missed the original detailed backstage news article here at eWrestling that runs down the entire story, click here to read that.

We will continue to keep you updated here at as more details continue to surface regarding this new WWE policy on third-party relationships and the reaction within the industry behind-the-scenes and in public to the news.

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