Despite there being several friendships and relationships between WWE superstars as well as other staff members who work for the company, having a serious amount of respect for the biggest name in the business always remains key.
Given how much hard work is required in order to even earn a try out for WWE, maintaining respect for Vince McMahon once you have been privileged enough to be able to work for him is something which will consistently be important, for as long as you are a member of his staff.
With this in mind, however, it appears that some WWE superstars even now forget that there is no such thing as a second chance at the company, and that resulting punishment will be imminent should anyone step out of line.
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This code of conduct remains the same for all of WWE's roster, and the heat which surrounded Tyler Breeze last month was a clear of example of just how easy it is to disrespect others.
As Wrestling Inc reported, Breeze left many WWE employees unimpressed after he asked to leave a WWE taping early.
Something which perhaps may seem very minor to several members of the WWE Universe, upset a fair few of the company's staff backstage as it made Breeze seem hugely disrespectful to the business, especially considering he had not long left NXT for the main roster.
As previously stated, Vince McMahon is unquestionably the key person not to get on the wrong side of within the company.
Unfortunately for Titus O'Neil, a joke with the owner of the company during this week's episode of Monday Night Raw quickly turned sour and has since resulted in O'Neil being suspended.
As What Culture has reported, following an emotional episode of Raw regarding Daniel Bryan's retirement, the incident involving O'Neil and the CEO of WWE, took place at the end of the show.
With the majority of the company's roster standing at the top of the ramp, the man of the moment; D-Bry, made his way through the crowd of wrestlers and staff, with Vince McMahon trying to follow suit, only for O'Neil to hold him back in what was said to be a humorous fashion.
McMahon however, did not see the funny side and as What Culture has revealed, proceeded to push the 38-year-old back in retaliation.
Since then, O'Neil was soon sent home from WWE's SmackDown taping on Tuesday night and is rumoured to be facing a suspension of at least 60 days.
This punishment, although it may seem harsh to some, is yet another reminder that no wrestler within the WWE is above the CEO, or any of those in charge.