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New Vince McMahon Allegations Are Even Worse

The Wall Street Journal revealed new detailed allegations against Vince McMahon. What is alleged is now far worse than previous known

WWE leader Vince McMahon is under fire after allegations surfaced that he paid a former employee $3 million in a non-disclosure agreement. We suspected more would come from the story as the WWE Board of Directors continued investigating. Today, The Wall Street Journal is out with new information that shows that the allegations and payments were way more extensive than previously discussed. 


According to WSJ, Vince has paid upwards of $12 million to at least four women, including $7.5 to a former wrestler:

The previously unreported settlements include a $7.5 million pact with a former wrestler who alleged that Mr. McMahon coerced her into giving him oral sex and then demoted her and, ultimately, declined to renew her contract in 2005 after she resisted further sexual encounters, according to people familiar with the matter. The wrestler and her attorney approached Mr. McMahon in 2018 and negotiated the payment in return for her silence, the people said.

Vince McMahon Should Be Done In WWE

There is no word yet on who the former wrestler is, but the 2018 renegotiation suggests that the wrestler came to Vince during the height of the #MeToo era. 

I think we can all agree that this has gone beyond a little office tryst. Vince has shown himself to be a menace and a distraction to WWE. He should do the right thing and relinquish complete control of the company to the Board and Stephanie McMahon. The public profile of WWE is too valuable to be continually dragged in the dirt like this. 

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Will Vince resign? It appears that Vince was still defiant after the initial story.


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