In wrestling history, one of the oldest tricks has been to name a wrestler after another famous wrestler and claim that they are related to get the fans excited for the newcomer.As time has passed, several wrestlers have passed their legacy onto their children.In 1999, WCW decided to use wrestlers who could speak for themselves without managers, and WCW stopped creating roles for wrestler managers in the story lines of its wrestling programming as they had traditionally existed.WCW stopped using traditional wrestler managers altogether by the second-half of the year.Walker would not fall off of the ropes on live television broadcasts or before a live audience, thereby ruining the wrestling match.
"When he's not playing football on the field, he 'plays the field' with numerous women whom he is or has committed adultery." Gabby lays out multiple marital "atrocities" allegedly committed by her husband -- and claims he spent "thousands upon thousands of dollars on girlfriends and wasting the community estate, even purchasing a vehicle for one of his illicit affairs." The allegations are strikingly similar to those of Shelly Sterling -- who claimed her husband Donald Sterling had no right to give .6 mil in gifts to V.
Onoo began appearing as "Sonny Onoo," a character he created. Onoo was thereafter paired as the manager of some other wrestlers, some of Asian descent, and some not of Asian descent. Onoo appeared on numerous wrestling programs for WCW as a manager to different wrestlers. Onoo was highly compensated for his work, including receiving additional compensation for additional appearances beyond a minimal base appearance level, as set by his Independent Contractor Agreement with WCW. Onoo was involved in began to become less popular or otherwise ran their course as wrestling story lines inevitably do. Onoo "managed" only stayed in the United States for short periods of time (a few weeks or few months based on WCW's business agreements with them. Onoo "managed" became more and more successful with WCW audiences and more popular on their own, without a manager.
Moreover, managers at WCW were used to serve as "mouthpieces" for wrestlers, to speak for them on camera and act on their behalf in on-camera interviews made part of the wrestling programming.
After that time, wrestlers appeared either alone or with certain female on-camera talent portraying the roles of wives or girlfriends of the wrestlers who accompanied them but did not speak for the wrestlers. Onoo's on-screen manager character had become unnecessary to WCW's story lines, the need for Mr. Rather, his termination was purely a business decision due to the lack of need for his further services. Onoo was paid all that he was entitled to receive for all of the services he provided to WCW. Onoo were legitimate business decisions based on WCW's business setting and future business goals. Onoo never complained to WCW about any alleged discriminatory or harassing decisions or comments being made to him by anyone at WCW, and WCW is unaware of any such conduct occurring at WCW during the relevant period of time. Onoo have had anything to do with his race or national origin, and Mr.
Onoo's services as an international consultant also ended due to a change in WCW's international business endeavors. Onoo received a letter from WCW dated November 3, 1999, informing him that his Agreement with WCW to provide services as an international consultant and an on-screen talent manager was being terminated in accordance with the terms of his Agreement. Onoo was paid through January 14, 2000, pursuant to the terms of his Agreement. Onoo's Agreement with WCW was purely a business decision. Onoo has not been subjected to any racial discrimination, harassment or retaliation by WCW.