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“I’m surprised” – Hall Of Famer On Stephanie McMahon Resigning From WWE

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• “I’m surprised” – Hall Of Famer On Stephanie McMahon Resigning From WWE

A few days back, Stephanie McMahon resigned as Chairwoman & co-CEO of WWE.

Vince McMahon was then elected as The Chairman by the Board and Nick Khan is the CEO.

After going on a break, the first thing Stephanie did was get her ankle fixed by undergoing surgery.

On his podcast, WWE Hall Of Famer Kurt Angle had the following to say about Stephanie’s resignation:

“I’m surprised. I didn’t expect Stephanie to resign. I’m not sure if she did it because of her father, but she is a classy woman. She was a great employer.

She reminded me a lot of Vince in many ways. I think that’s why he trusted the company with her, but I’m just really surprised that she resigned.”

Also Read: Backstage News On Issues Between Stephanie & Vince McMahon

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• ON THIS DAY IN WWF HISTORY (January 15, 1984) – WWF Wrestling At The Chase

On this day in 1984, the World Wrestling Federation aired another episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWF Wrestling At The Chase’.

The ‘Wrestling at the Chase’ TV show was originally associated with the ‘St. Louis Wrestling Club’ NWA territory, so they featured the NWA Wrestling Superstars, but in the fall of 1983, the TV station KPLR-TV (Channel 11) ended the relationship with the National Wrestling Alliance and started to negotiate a deal with the World Wrestling Federation, the promotion that ended up taking over the famous TV show.

This episode was pre-taped in St. Louis, Missouri and included matches & interviews featuring the 1984 WWF Superstars.

You can find the card below:

– David Schultz vs. Jimmy Jackson

– Ivan Putski vs. Dennis Stamp

– Jimmy Snuka vs. Eddie Carson

– Mil Mascaras vs. Ken Jugan

– Big John Studd vs. James Burke/Rob Chaney

– Mr. Fuji vs. Kevin Collins

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