Originally Posted by Rated_R(ob)KO
1. I dont think it will hurt them, just their career and given that if you're in a high enough place in the company any mistake or trouble you get into while in Twitter or Youtube or just your plain personal life is usually forgiven. Look at the prime examples over the past few months, from Cena and Cole using gay slang (Cena on his ''comeback'' to the Rock promos on the road to the WrestleMania or Cole's tweet to Josh Matthews saying he was a queer or a faggot (I cant really remember)) to Truth's smoking on TV to Riley's DUI and whatnot. Like I said if you're in a high enough place in your career where you're needed or they have big plans for you or whatever, these type of things are usually forgiven.
2. Of course its that bad man, you have the most ridiculous work schedule anyone could have working 300+ days a year, traveling nonstop across the country (not to mention the international tours they do), bringing ''entertainment'' through the physical action people call wrestling that takes its toll on the body given how long you've been in the business look at Edge as the prime example and then theres the fact that you're sometimes demanded to stay in characters outside of regular TV programming when fans approach you or you're doing an interview and not allowed to be yourself or speak your own mind. Of course they need an outlet to let out all the frustation, stress and tension that comes from working in the WWE.
It cant be stopped the best they can do is just think twice doing anything bad like drinking while driving or write and post whatever they wanna let out and soon they did erase within .09999999 seconds so the fans nor the WWE gets wind of what was said or done.