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BREAKING NEWS: Vince McMahon Announces Retirement

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• BREAKING NEWS: Vince McMahon Announces Retirement

It is the end of an era. After running the WWF/WWE for 40 years, Vince McMahon has announced his retirement.

Below is what he tweeted today:

“At 77, time for me to retire.

Thank you, WWE Universe.

Then. Now. Forever. Together. #WWE #thankful”

It’s safe to say that Vince’s retirement is due to the hush money scandal that is being investigated right now.

He recently stepped down from his CEO & Chairman position, with his daughter Stephanie McMahon stepping in as the Interim CEO & Interim Chairwoman.

Earlier today, WWE announced that Triple H is back in his old position of EVP, Talent Relations.

UPDATE: Full Statement From Vince McMahon On Retirement – Stephanie McMahon & Nick Khan Are Co-CEO

WATCH: Vince McMahon Kisses Candice Michelle (Part 1):

• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (July 22, 2007) – WWE The Great American Bash 2007

On this day in Pro Wrestling history on July 22, 2007, WWE presented ‘The Great American Bash 2007’ LIVE on PPV.

This PPV ended up being Bobby Lashley’s final WWE show (before his return to WWE in 2018), where he challenged John Cena for the WWE Championship in the main event.

Also on the show, Hornswoggle won the WWE Cruiserweight Championship to become the final WWE Cruiserweight Champion (as the Title was then retired) until 2016 (when WWE brought back the Cruiserweight Division and the Title) and “The Legend Killer” Randy Orton slayed yet another legend, Dusty Rhodes.

Below are the results from the show:

– United States Championship Match: MVP (c) def. Matt Hardy

– Cruiserweight Open for the WWE Cruiserweight Championship: Hornswoggle def. Chavo Guerrero (c), Jimmy Wang Yang, Shannon Moore, Funaki and Jamie Noble

– Singapore Cane on a Pole Match: Carlito def. The Sandman

– WWE Women’s Championship Match: Candice Michelle (c) def. Melina

– Intercontinental Championship Match: Umaga (c) def. Jeff Hardy

– ECW World Championship Match: John Morrison (c) def. CM Punk

– Texas Bullrope Match: Randy Orton def. Dusty Rhodes

– World Heavyweight Championship Match: The Great Khali (c) def. Kane and Batista

– WWE Championship Match: John Cena (c) def. Bobby Lashley

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