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Key People In WWE Were Burying Stephanie McMahon On Her Way Out

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• Key People In WWE Were Burying Stephanie McMahon On Her Way Out

As we noted yesterday, Business Insider reported that it was Vince McMahon who pushed Stephanie McMahon out of WWE because she was not achieving revenue goals related to sponsorships/brand deals.

WWE is looking to do what UFC has done – bring in over $100 million in sponsorship revenue, but Stephanie couldn’t get that done.

This led to WWE’s Investors questioning Stephanie’s abilities as an Executive in the company.

The Wrestling Observer later reported the opposite of what Business Insider reported – that Vince DID NOT push Stephanie out of the company.

However, the Observer did note that key people in WWE were burying Stephanie on her way out:

“Her leaving was 100% her choice. She had been talking about to close friends from when [Triple H] had his heart issues. That said, key people in the company once she was gone did want to bury her on the way out. That shocked a lot of people including me and those close to her.

When I noted to someone very high in the food chain about the burial starting, they told me that if they did that publicly it would be career suicide, only to find out they had already started and the burial was going to come from the top.

Here is a much bigger story here. The company outright wanted to bury her here. Something happened after she left clearly. The company did a total 180 on her about two weeks after she left. They never even did that for (former WWE Co-Presidents) [George] Barrios & [Michelle] Wilson.”

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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (June 7, 2013) – Old School Wrestling Jobber Passed Away

On this day in 2013, we lost Old School WWF/WCW Jobber Mark Starr (Real name: Mark Ashford-Smith) at the age of 50 due to a heart attack.

Mark Starr did many televised jobs during the 90s for both, the World Wrestling Federation as well as Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling.

The highlights of his professional wrestling career were being an entrant in the 1995 and 1996 WCW World War III Battle Royals.


December 26, 1962 – June 7, 2013

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