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Triple H Drops Another Vince McMahon Rule

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• Triple H Drops Another Vince McMahon Rule

When Vince McMahon was running WWE, he had a lot of rules in place.

One of them was that WWE Superstars aren’t allowed to mention AEW or their wrestlers on Social Media (unless your husband/wife works over there).

Triple H recently changed multiple old rules of Vince, including use of Vince’s banned words and giving some wrestlers their first names back.

It looks like Triple H has dropped another Vince rule, as WWE stars are now allowed to tweet about All Elite Wrestling.

RAW Superstar Seth Rollins praised the AEW World Tag Team Championship match between Keith Lee & Swerve Strickland and The Acclaimed from the All Out 2022 PPV in the following tweet:

“The amount of top level in ring content that happens WEEKLY on TV is staggering. Gunther/Fella. Roxy/Meiko. Ricky/Melo. KO/Theory. Roman/Drew. Acclaimed/Swerve. It’s unreal. Appreciate that sh*t.”

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• Former WCW World Heavyweight Champion Celebrates His Birthday

Former WCW World Heavyweight Champion David Arquette celebrates his 51st birthday today.

After starring in the WCW movie ‘Ready To Rumble’, David also appeared on WCW TV and on the April 26, 2000 episode of WCW Thunder, he became the WCW World Heavyweight Champion by pinning Eric Bischoff in a Tag Team match that had DDP’s title on the line.

He held the belt for 12 days, before losing it in the Triple Cage main event of the ‘WCW Slamboree 2000’ PPV.

It’s worth mentioning that celebrity David Arquette also turned heel during that match and cost his buddy Diamond Dallas Page the win, allowing “The Chosen One” Jeff Jarrett to become champion.


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