Stupid argument, Deezy. CM Punk said it himself in the famous Cabana podcast. Most of these guys are just fans who are happy to be in the organization they grew up watching on TV. Sure, Owen could have said "I don't want to perfom dangerous stunts for the fucking Blazer gimmick" but, after the tragedy, even his relatives went on to say that while he could have declined he would have faced some form of punishment.
Wanna kick the guy off the bus because he's an asshole? Good. Have him change in the broom closet? Cool. Wrestler's Court having him buy drinks for the boys? Even cooler. Having him be put in a cage knowing he fears heights is plain childish, no excuse. Just fire the guy but don't bully him. That's my philosophy.
Wrestling is just weird. You're classified as an independent contractor yet you cannot even arrange an interview with an outside organization, let alone wrestle for, without permission. You're told to kayfabe in public but will get punished/fired/suspended/fined if you play heel to the wrong Twitter users. You're told to BE A STAR and then an A-class announcer like Mauro Ranallo has to settle for nXt because of an asshole like JBL who has a documented history of bullying.
But they have a gay wrestler on the roster so I guess they're cool and modern, right?