Reports credited to The Wrestling Observer Newsletter suggest that some New Japan talent isn’t happy with the new team in charge with running the company. The main frustration is said to be with President Harold Meij and General Manager Michael Craven who are treating talent as “a factory assembly line as opposed to high level athletes or entertainers”. Talents are upset with the contract offers they have been receiving from Craven who has not worked in the wrestling business and the feeling he talks down to talent. Talent morale is suppose to be low even after the high of putting on some great wrestling shows as of late. The report says that talent who never considered jumping to WWE are now considering the option since before they turned down the WWE money because of the enjoyment and freedom in New Japan.

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