That’s a good out. With so many wrestlers on the WWE roster, it is impossible to find something for all of them to do every week. WWE only has so much television time and at some point, someone has to be be left off of a show. In some situations, that is a plus for the wrestlers, and now we know a bit more about how two stars got a special addition to their contracts.
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Sean Ross Sapp of Fightful appeared on the Extreme Life Of Matt Hardy podcast where he talked about a special clause in the Good Brothers’ contracts. According to the contracts, the team is not required to be at any event where they are not booked to wrestle or appear. There is no word on any other wrestlers having this kind of clause in their contracts. The Good Brothers have not wrestled a match on Monday Night Raw since January 9, though they have wrestled on live events since.
The team is good when they’re in the ring. Check out some of their better moments in WWE:
Opinion: I’m not entirely sure why anyone would be brought into a show if there was no need for them. I get the idea of needing some backup wrestlers just in case something happens, but it’s a bit strange to hear that this needed to be a special clause in a contract. At the end of the day, who would want to come all the way to another city and sit around all night with nothing to do?
What do you think of the clauses? Are the Good Brothers being unreasonable? Let us know in the comments below.
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