Wrestlers who are in the WWE’s Illuminati – With the development of technology came the intrigue of the professional wrestling rumor mills intensifying online. Fans seemed obsessed with finding out exactly what was going on behind the scenes and more importantly, who held all of the power in terms of management and wrestlers.
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This topic has created quite the discussion and has even gone as far as linking the WWE talents to an underground society which foresees all. Although this might sound really bizarre, could there be any truth to it?
The Kliq emerged in the late 90s and basically confirmed that there was in fact an underground society of wrestlers pulling the strings behind the scenes. The Kliq took their backstage political manoeuvring and brought it into the ring, becoming the most dominant group on television. This only proved that the society does and might still exist.
Societies don’t just end, and looking at news from throughout the years, it’s pretty obvious that certain Superstars enjoy more success and freedoms than others.
This has opened up new speculation that an underground society exists filled with wrestlers and non-wrestlers that keep the WWE moving. On this list, we explore that a little deeper with the 13 rumored names to be in the WWE’s version of the Illuminati. Read this article with an open mind and enjoy these members of the WWE’s mysterious underground society!
13. Michael Cole
The journalist turned backstage interviewer turned broadcaster has been a part of the WWE family since 1997. His professional career started off as a political journalist and he later branched off into the wild world of sports and entertainment after he was recommended by former WWE employee Todd Pettengill.
His journey started off quite bumpy, but all of a sudden, Cole began to make waves as the broadcaster for SmackDown. It was around that point that some skeptics linked Cole’s involvement with the WWE’s underground society.
Despite J.R.’s tremendous body of work, the company felt the need to replace him with Cole, even if it didn’t seem all that merited. Despite Cole’s unpopularity with pockets of fans, he remains the mainstay voice for the WWE at the age 48. With his strong links to the underground society, don’t expect Michael Cole to be going anywhere, anytime soon.