C’est exactement ce qu’a affirmé l’ancienne star de la WWE et de la WCW « Big » Vito LoGrasso, qui est l’un des anciens talents actuellement impliqués dans les «procès de commotions» contre la WWE, en publiant la déclaration suivante sur Facebook. D’après lui, si la WWE n’avait pas autant d’ennui avec les procès pour les commotions cérébrales, les officiels auraient laissé Daniel remonter sur un ring. Il est à noter que la WWE s’est impliqué dans la recherche et la sensibilisation contre les commotions longtemps avant que Vito et d’autres lutteurs aient apporté des poursuites contre la WWE.
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« My thoughts on this week so far are something to talk about. People are now starting to get in the know on CTE. If it wasn’t for this lawsuit, Daniel Bryan would be going to Wrestlemania. Who knows what would have happened if he kept wrestling. I am happy he will be OK. The fear on losing your spot is real. Are you hurt, NO. You keep going. It was the culture. All the people now sharing concussion stories. All the awareness. But a year ago, this lawsuit and everything about concussions, CTE, was laughed at, made fun of, thought it was a load of crap. Now, it is reality. The education you are getting now, but what about back then ? Now people want to step up and be spokesmen and help. No one could care or donated there time last year. They could care less. Glad I made this possible for all to see. I speak for me, the others and the guys not here no more. My wish is for this to settle and make this a great thing. Right now it’s a pissing contest instead of working together. Make things right and go for the gold on this. Waste your money on fighting something that is true won’t get you any votes. Just prolonges what will be. Do it classy and not as a must. -Merit- , is what we have, the facts are there. Daniel Bryan moves on to have a family and keep his head together, a real positive here. If not for me taking this on , who knows what would have been. #fightvitofight »