He adds, “While the Chairman can stack the deck with a Board of Directors and executive management team that looks more like a friends and family reunion than anything else, should the IRS determine that WWE’s contracted talent are employees and not independent contractors, there is the potential for significant fines, expenses, and cost of doing business on a go-forward basis that could have a serious negative impact on WWE stock.” You can read the entire blog by clicking here.
MMAJunkie.com is reporting that Bobby Lashley’s mixed martial arts debut fight for the American Fighting League might be pushed back. There are many MMA shows booked for October and the company is considering pushing the show back a month or two.
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