Since he was the one that convinced Judas Devlin to go to the front office to report on the abusive treatment from Bill DeMott, some believed that there would be backstage heat on the legendary performer. However, that is not the case at all. DeMott might be a little upset, but WWE is said to be fine with things because they viewed it as Race simply taking care of one of the younger guys that he is helping in the industry.
March 21, 2015
Reports have surfaced that WWE did indeed hold a meeting backstage with all of the performers before they started taping Monday Night Raw. It is being said that management simply instructed the performers to come to the front office if they had any issues with the company. The belief is that Vince McMahon is doing damage control from the Bill DeMott controversy. Performers will more than likely remain the same by mostly being silent.
March 10, 2015
Since Matt Bloom is taking over for Bill DeMott as the head trainer for WWE, some are wondering whether or not he will continue as the commentator for NXT. The announce table was already thinned out a bit earlier this week when Alex Riley decided to become an in ring performer again and work a program with heavyweight champion Kevin Owens. It would be difficult for Bloom to consult and coach the wrestlers backstage if he is commentating.
March 7, 2015
Since a lot of people in the company are really attached to the idea, there was some enthusiasm backstage when WWE announced that they are doing another season of Tough Enough. One of the things being overlooked right now is the fact that Steve Austin has not been officially attached to the show yet. His presence was a major reason why the previous season was a hit with the fans. As of right now, Bill DeMott is the only name attached.
January 21, 2015