On the one hand, the interest in this side of the business has never been higher (and thus demand in their services is as hot as it's ever been) but, on the other, the company's stars appears to have reached a breaking point over what they're willing to be published about them. The build between Seth Rollins and Dave Meltzer, in particular, being one of the highlights of the year.
Thus it's now left to the talent themselves to give us the really big reveals, and with the number of new shows, podcasts and public speaking events giving them a platform to do so it's becoming a task in itself just to keep up with it all. No judgment here friend, you've been busy, I get it, but it's been such a bumper few weeks for revelations you owe it to yourself to get caught up.
Plus, with the business in such disarray, there're all number of agendas to push and axes to grind, both here in the present and way back in what we thought was ancient history. From tales that need to be rewritten, to events that suddenly now make more sense, it's been a November to remember.