• Latest Update Regarding The Fabulous Moolah Allegations Scenario
The Matt Riviera Show sent us the following:
On the latest edition of “The Matt Riviera Show” podcast hosted by 3x NWA World Tag Team Champion & Reality TV star, “The LVR Boy” Matt Riviera, Matt welcomes pro wrestling insider, Nigel Sherrod. Nigel has spent the last few weeks, since the recent allegations arose against The Fabulous Moolah which led to WWE removing her name from the planned Women’s Battle Royal at this year’s WrestleMania, interviewing several women who worked directly for Moolah & lived at “Camp Moolah”.
To date, 11 women from “Camp Moolah” have publicly denounced the allegations of prostitution, drugging, and stealing against The Fabulous Moolah, and proclaimed her innocence, including former WWF Women’s Champion Leilani Kai, former NWA Women’s Champion Susan “Tex” Green, Peggy Lee, Joyce Grable, and others. Nigel Sherrod has also interviewed the son of Sweet Georgia Brown, Michael McCoy, who has publicly supported The Fabulous Moolah, and refuted the allegations that Moolah abused his mother in any way, allegations which are the main basis for the current controversy surrounding Moolah.
In this clip, Matt & Nigel examine the claims of both Mad Maxine & Luna Vachon against The Fabulous Moolah:
Nigel Sherrod on:
Mad Maxine’s claims against Moolah:
“I’m only using the same sources that the internet has… in her interview with SLAM Sports… it’s a 2014 interview… she’s talking about her book. This is where a lot of these quotes have come from. And she is talking about a book, maybe trying to shop it around… I found a quote in there that, in my opinion, automatically disqualifies any argument that she might have… Quote “In speaking of her book, it’s 70% true. It’s a creative treatment of my experience there”… How much of a percentage am I supposed to believe you? 70%? Is 30 of the percent that you’re talking about Moolah? Is all that the lies or things that aren’t true?… It makes no sense to say that 70% of what I’m saying’s true, but yet, You’re 100% trying to go after an icon, and somebody that helped women, like The Fabulous Moolah. So, to me, if you can’t be 100% honest, I can’t 100% believe what you’re saying.”
Luna Vachon’s allegations that she was forced by Moolah to take inappropriate pictures at a man’s house while she was underage:
“Mathematically, even if she was there in 1980, she would’ve been in her 20’s. She would’ve been 20… It’s documented that Luna Vachon went back to that same place multiple times, to that same guy to do photo shoots. The fact that she felt uncomfortable when she was underage. Which, factually, not true. She wasn’t underage. And if she did feel uncomfortable, then why did she go back multiple times? It just doesn’t make any sense.”
• Plan For The Undertaker To Return As A Mix Of Deadman & American Badass At WrestleMania 34 Cancelled At The Last Minute
According to DirtySheets.Net, The Undertaker was scheduled to return as a mix of Deadman & American Badass at WrestleMania 34 for his match against John Cena, but the plan was cancelled at the last minute.
Kid Rock was scheduled to play The Undertaker’s theme during this, but WWE received negative media response in regards to Kid Rock’s Hall of Fame speech where he made some comments regarding the Democrats.
This resulted in WWE nixing the whole plan and Kid Rock wasn’t happy about this as he had announced dates for his tour in August and was looking forward to getting some good publicity by performing at WrestleMania 34 in front of thousands in attendance and over 2 million WWE Network users. That’s why Kid Rock didn’t appear along with the WWE Hall of Fame inductees at WrestleMania 34 either.
There are some reports which state that Kid Rock didn’t appear at WrestleMania 34 because he was busy hosting his ‘Chillin The Most’ Cruise. However, that’s not the case as that cruise begins today (April 10th).