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People In WWE Are Worried About Vince McMahon’s Well Being

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• People In WWE Are Worried About Vince McMahon’s Well Being

Vince McMahon shocked the world yesterday when he announced his retirement.

Many thought he would only retire when he dies, but the hush money scandal forced Vince to leave the company.

According to PWTorch, Vince isn’t expected to return to WWE in any way in the future.

A lot of people in WWE’s upper management are worried about Vince’s well being, because he has no hobbies or social circle outside of wrestling. Doing WWE related work is all he has done in the last 40 years.

Word going on is that this is a serious situation, because Vince couldn’t even stay in the company till Monday’s RAW at Madison Square Garden, an arena where Vince has a lot of history and loves a lot.

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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (July 23, 1984) – WWF The Brawl to End It All

On this day in Pro Wrestling history in 1984, the World Wrestling Federation held a televised event in the world’s most famous arena, Madison Square Garden in New York City, New York.

Only the Women’s Title match aired LIVE on MTV, drawing a 9.0 Nielsen rating, thus becoming the most watched program in MTV’s history.

However, the rest of the show was taped and aired on the MSG Network.

The results can be found below:

Sika defeated Ron Shaw

The Iron Sheik defeated Tony Garea

WWF Intercontinental Championship: Tito Santana (c) wrestled Bob Orton Jr. to a draw

Bob Backlund defeated Paul Vachon

WWF World Heavyweight Championship: Hulk Hogan (c) defeated Greg Valentine

WWF World Martial Arts Heavyweight Championship: Antonio Inoki (c) defeated Charlie Fulton

WWF Tag Team Championship: Adrian Adonis & Dick Murdoch (c) defeated Sgt. Slaughter & Terry Daniels

WWF Women’s Championship: Wendi Richter defeated The Fabulous Moolah (c)

Paul Orndorff defeated Chief Jay Strongbow

Afa defeated Rene Goulet

Antonio Inoki won a 20-Man Battle Royal

        
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