WWE defends itself
Due to what the WWE considers malicious and misleading attacks reported by some members of the media, the company on Monday began a global initiative to defend itself called "Stand Up for WWE" which has resulted in yet more false allegations.
"World Wrestling Entertainment will not be bullied or intimidated by whining allegations intended to censor our freedom of speech," said Vince McMahon, Chairman and CEO of WWE.
WWE will fervently fight against any attempt to muzzle or trample its First Amendment rights. Our fans, employees and performers are united in this grassroots effort to "Stand Up for WWE."