The origin of the word crisis (from the Greek κρισις, krísis) refers to a change, to a turning point that causes something to break, which is why it has to be analyzed: hence the terms critical and criterion. All crises must be the subject of analysis, and unfortunately, if a certain reflection can be drawn is that certain powerful always benefit from them.
Remember for example that ruthless Henry F. Potter from the movie It's a Wonderful Life (Frank Capra, 1946), who manages to get hold of all the properties of the villagers due to the bank panic after an economic bankruptcy.
Film caricature that today may look expired, although if we take a look at the example of Vince McMahon, it is not so much. The owner of WWE It brings together all the characteristic features of the prototypical fictional millionaire, which ultimately casts a tragicomic picture of the world. For sample, the last report published by The Middletown Press.
► Good times for Vince McMahon's fortune
According to this medium, Connecticut billionaires have surfed the tsunami pretty well. And Mr. McMahon is included in the list of these "surfers", since his fortune, from March to June of this year, has increased from 1800 billion dollars to 1977 billion, which is 9.8%.
The friendship between Vince and Donald Trump It is being key, because in addition to allowing him to enjoy tax exemptions, he made his televised shows not have to close, despite the fact that the United States, and especially the Florida area, does not finish flattening its contagion curve.
Dave Meltzer already said that WWE didn't need to fire anyone to keep their accounts healthy, and yet showed the exit door to several dozen employees in April. Last May, Wrestlenomics envisioned that the American giant could achieve a record profit at the end of 2020, and everything points to this being the case. Life is wonderful, as Vince McMahon would say.