WWE have reportedly lifted a policy that previously instructed their talents to never use the terms “wrestler” and “wrestling” without first receiving authorization, according to a report from Dave Meltzer of The Wrestling Observer Newsletter who notes that while the talent will still be referred to as “WWE Superstars” going forward, the new regime led by Stephanie McMahon, Triple H and Nick Khan are open to the idea of the talents using the term “wrestler” and “wrestling” on-air.

The report adds that with the terms no longer considered “dirty words” from an on-air perspective, this has thrilled everyone backstage. Additionally, there have been several other changes made recently that has left the talent feeling more optimistic than ever, as talents are loving the positive and fresh vibe, with Triple H described as someone who genuinely cares about the talents, while the women’s division believe that there is going to be more focus on them compared to the previous regime, with the backstage atmosphere described as being more relaxed and calmer under the new management team.