Rusev is one of Twitter’s best trolls. It’s all very friendly and fun, but sometimes it doesn’t take a genius to read between the lines, particularly when in this case, there are no lines.
The Bulgarian, who recently requested to take some time off, tweeted a paragraph about Google, in which it explains that should a Google employee die, their spouse will receive half of their paycheck for 10 years, and any children will receive $1,000 a year until they turn 19.
The Google quote reads: “It’s better to work for a company who cares about you than a company who doesn’t. And from a company standpoint, that makes it better to care than not to care.”
— Here comes THE PUSH (@RusevBUL) June 24, 2019
Could he possibly be suggesting that WWE doesn’t care about its wrestlers? At the very least he seems to be saying that Google’s way of doing things is right, and that perhaps he wishes he worked for a company like that.
Rusev is widely thought of as one of the most under-utilised wrestlers in all of WWE, receiving half-arsed push after half-arsed push. There were rumours earlier in the year that he and wife Lana wanted out, and they’re sure to resurface with more tweets like this.