According to various sources, there have been talks within the WWE backstage about a problematic veteran Superstar. Apparently, this wrestler's intense partying and substance abuse are starting to affect his performance and overall behavior.
The rumor about this male wrestler was first reported by Daily Wrestling News, which claims that the other Superstars are already having problems with the behavior of one of their co-workers. The site, however, said that this wrestler has already been identified but it refuses to reveal the name until further details about the matter are clarified.
This, of course, opens the doors for speculation as to who this wrestler might be. Recently, though Superstars Adam Rose of the Social Outcasts and Konnor from The Association have been suspended after violating a policy of the WWE. According to Sports Keeda, these two wrestlers failed the company's drug test for the second time.
But, this doesn't mean that the problematic wrestler is Konnor or Rose since as stated in the report, this individual is already a veteran in the league.
The news site also noted this person's behavior is getting so out of hand that the other wrestlers are starting to avoid him. In fact, many of them said that they are worried about working with him due to his behavior.
Aside from the other wrestlers, sources claimed that fans are already beginning to notice the problems with this Superstar. Allegedly, they noted the quality of his current performances in matches have declined significantly.
But then again, reports about the problematic backstage behavior of wrestlers are not rare in the WWE universe. For the past years, there have already been reports focused on the personal issues of certain Superstars.
One of these is Chris Benoit, who was with the WWE from 2000 to 2006. Although he had a flourishing career as a professional wrestler, matters took a dramatic twist in 2007 when it was discovered that he had murdered his entire family before committing suicide.
According to various reports, a combination of several factors including steroid abuse and brain damage caused by multiple concussions may have influenced Benoit's actions.