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Release Date Of Vince McMahon’s VICE TV Documentary Revealed

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• Release Date Of Vince McMahon’s VICE TV Documentary Revealed

On July 22nd 2022, long-time WWF/WWE promoter Vince McMahon officially retired from all his positions within WWE as a result of the hush money & $exual misconduct scandals.

VICE TV (the same company that produced the famous ‘Dark Side of the Ring’ TV series) filmed a documentary on Vince that has the focus on McMahon’s long, illustrious career, including his above mentioned departure.

According to the Wrestling Observer, the title of this documentary is “The Nine Lives of Vince McMahon” and this 2-hour documentary will air on December 13th at 9 PM EST.

Speaking of VICE TV, they recently began filming content for an upcoming Dark Side Of The Ring episode on The Junkyard Dog. “Million Dollar Man” Ted DiBiase was interviewed for that episode.

Also Read: Former WWE Writer Claims Vince McMahon Is The Reason Shawn Michaels Had Bad Feelings Towards Hulk Hogan In 2005

WATCH: Vince McMahon Kisses Candice Michelle (Part 1):

• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (November 18, 2001) – WWF Survivor Series 2001

On this day in Pro Wrestling history on November 18, 2001, the World Wrestling Federation aired ‘WWF Survivor Series 2001’ LIVE on PPV from the Greensboro Coliseum in Greensboro, North Carolina.

This pay-per-view’s main event marked the end of the infamous WCW/ECW invasion storyline.

Here are the results:

WWF European Championship: Christian (c) defeated Al Snow

William Regal defeated Tajiri

Unification – WCW United States & WWF Intercontinental Championships: Edge defeated Test

Steel Cage Unification – WCW & WWF Tag Team Championships: The Dudley Boyz defeated The Hardy Boyz

Test won an Immunity Battle Royal

Six-Pack Challenge – vacant WWF Women’s Championship: Trish Stratus defeated Ivory, Jazz, Jacqueline, Lita and Mighty Molly

Survivor Series elimination match: Chris Jericho, Big Show, Kane, The Rock & The Undertaker defeated Booker T, Kurt Angle, Rob Van Dam, Shane McMahon & Steve Austin

        
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