So to prerequisite. I was bore before certain people took offensive to every fart and cough that goes on across the realms of social media/life. I'm currently in the midst of reading Just Roberts book on his time within the walls of the WWE. In it, he talks at length about the troubles he had on international tours with the likes of JBL and Chris Benoit, who were both on Smackdown at the time. They allegedly berated him on the tour bus, threw his luggage off the bus, and at one point in the Far East, JBL allegedly had both buses stopped on the side of the road (one 'face' bus, one 'heel' bus) and made Roberts transport his gear from the face bus to the heel bus, and continued their verbal assault on him all the way to the hotel. Further instances include alleged public degradation from the likes of Triple H, who I thought in my own personal opinion would have been a little more professional given his time in the business by that point (mid-2000's). Reading this evoked anger from me. I can't explain why. We all know JBL was a complete and utter **** stain of a human being from many accounts, and Hunter at the time was the bosses son-in-law so I guess he figured he could get away with anything. The question, I guess is this. I get that hazing was a part of the business for a long time, but should that kind of bullying have been tolerated in the middle of the 2000's? The guy was a ring announcer, and whilst I'm all for understanding that there are two sides to every story, I'm veering towards believing Robert's statement on things. Do you believe Roberts account of how he was treated? How would you handle that level of treatment in a workplace like the WWE?