Why WWE was Allowed to Fine Lars Sullivan for Past Racist Remarks


In the latest Wrestling Observer Newsletter, we learn more details regarding Lars Sullivan’s $100,000 for his past racial remarks on the internet.

Dave Meltzer reveals a clause in WWE Superstar contracts that allows WWE to reprimand the talent should they become aware of any past behavior that would reflect negatively on the company.

The clause in the contract reads:

“Wrestler shall act at all times with due regard to public morals and conventions during the term of this agreement. If wrestler shall have committed or shall commit any act or do anything that is or shall be an offense or violation involving moral turpitude under federal, state or local laws, or which brings wrestler into public disrepute, contempt, scandal or ridicule, or which insults or offends the community or any employee, agent or affiliate of promoter or which injures wrestlers’ reputation in promoter’s sole judgment, or diminishes the value of wrestler’s professional wrestling services to the public or promoter, then at the time of any such act, or any time after promoter learns of any such act, promoter shall have the right to fine wrestler in an amount to be determined by promoter; and promoter shall have the right to immediately suspend wrestler and/or terminate this agreement pursuant to Section 12.”

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