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Interim CEO Stephanie McMahon Doesn’t Like A Top WWE Executive

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• Interim CEO Stephanie McMahon Doesn’t Like A Top WWE Executive

Due to the ongoing investigation of alleged misconduct by Vince McMahon and John Laurinaitis, Vince voluntarily stepped down from his position as CEO and Chairman of the Board until the conclusion of the investigation.

However, Vince is still going to handle the WWE creative and book storylines as usual.

Stephanie McMahon has been named the Interim CEO and the Interim Chairwoman.

Brandon Thurston appeared on Busted Open Radio and revealed that Stephanie & Kevin Dunn (Executive Producer & Chief of Global Television Distribution) don’t like each other:

“I’m skeptical that much is going to change for Vince day-to-day. I think he’s still going to go to TV, and he’s still going to work in the office at WWE Headquarters.

I know that Stephanie is going to be interim CEO, but I’ve heard from many people that Stephanie and Kevin Dunn, for example, don’t like each other.

And as long as someone like Kevin Dunn has a job at WWE, this seems to be for public consumption, looking around at some of the headlines that I see in mainstream media today. I think WWE is getting the response in the headlines that they want.”

Also Read: Stephanie McMahon’s Message To The WWE Staff & Wrestlers After Becoming Interim CEO Revealed

• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (June 20, 1981) – AWA House Show

On this day in Pro Wrestling history on June 20, 1981, Verne Gagne’s American Wrestling Association held a televised House Show at the International Amphitheatre in Chicago, Illinois.

On this show The Crusher & Baron Von Raschke won the prestigious AWA World Tag Team Championship from “The Sheiks” Jerry Blackwell & Ken Patera.

Here are the results:

Greg Wojokowski defeated Max Blue

El Bracero wrestled Paul Christy to a time limit draw

Moose Cholak defeated Jerry Graham Jr.

Spike Huber defeated Johnny Starr

Wilbur Snyder defeated Johnny Valiant by DQ

Bobo Brazil wrestled Jerry Valiant to a no contest

Dick The Bruiser & The Crusher defeated Adrian Adonis & Jesse Ventura

        
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