Wrestlers' Court is a very real collective of talent that meets whenever WWE employees need to hash out differences on the road. Undertaker was usually the judge, though JBL and Triple H have sat in at the helm on many occasions. There were prosecuting attorneys as well as defense attorneys who backed up the accused. Punishments were usually on the lighter side of things (the guilty party generally settling ordeals through gifting bottles of Jack Daniels, cases of beer, or food). However, some unpopular figures backstage have been on the receiving end of much harsher justice in wrestlers' court. Whether it was having words taken the wrong way, sharing matzo ball soup with a script writer's mother, accidentally spilling chicken crumbs on Chris Benoit's bags, or taking the term "diva" a bit too literally, as you'll soon hear, almost everyone had their day in court!
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