Secret WWE Handbook Revealed

Secret WWE Handbook Revealed WWE

Former WWE star Maven has revealed a secret talent handbook that was used for the company’s WrestleMania 28 event in 2012.

The former Tough Enough winner, who performed for WWE between 2001-2005, has transitioned to become a successful YouTuber – currently holding an impressive subscriber count of around 364,000.

Much of Maven’s content is focused on giving fans a peek behind the curtain and sharing details on the life of a WWE star – based on Maven’s own experiences in the company.

And now, in his latest upload the former three-time Hardcore Champion may have shared some of the most fascinating backstage material yet, as he has revealed an extensive look at what is claimed to be an actual talent handbook used for WrestleMania 28 in Miami, FL.

Maven was of course not an employee of WWE during the time WrestleMania 28 was held, but could not disclose how he obtained the document.

The handbook in question features information such as social media guidelines for talent over WrestleMania weekend, with specific hashtags talent should use on posts.

It also revealed a contact sheet for WWE talent relations, producers, physicians, security etc, with notable former names such as Dean Malenko, Dustin Rhodes, Arn Anderson to name a few.

A full media appearances schedule was also shared for Friday March 30 and Saturday March 31.

This included radio appearances featuring stars such as Shawn Michaels, Edge and John Cena as well as DVD shoots involving CM Punk and many more.

This is just a small sample of what Maven discloses in the video, if you wish to watch the entire upload for yourself – check the embedded video down below.

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1 month ago by Jamie Toolan

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