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VICE TV Documentary On Vince McMahon Is Coming Soon

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• VICE TV Documentary On Vince McMahon Is Coming Soon

A little over 2 months ago on July 22nd 2022, long-time WWF/WWE promoter Vince McMahon officially retired from all his positions within WWE as a result of the ongoing hush money & $exual misconduct scandals.

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

Here’s what they wrote:

“Vice TV is currently in the process of producing a new documentary on Vince McMahon, PWInsider has confirmed with multiple sources who were interviewed for the project.

The documentary will cover McMahon’s career, including his retirement/resignation from WWE in the wake of the articles published by The Wall Street Journal.”

Also Read: “Damn! I’mma f**k that b*tch” – Vince McMahon After Checking Out Sable

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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (October 1, 2000) – ECW Anarchy Rulz 2000

On this day in Pro Wrestling history on October 1, 2000, Extreme Championship Wrestling aired ‘ECW Anarchy Rulz 2000’ LIVE on PPV from the Roy Wilkins Auditorium in Saint Paul, Minnesota.

Despite the roster being kind of thin already around that time, with many of ECW’s former stars already working for the WWF, WCW or XPW at this point, this pay-per-view still received largely positive reviews by the critics.

The results of the show can be found here:

Danny Doring & Roadkill defeated The Bad Street Boys

Kid Kash defeated EZ Money

Joel Gertner defeated Cyrus

Da Baldies defeated Balls Mahoney & Chilly Willy

#1 contender: Steve Corino defeated C.W. Anderson

ECW World Tag Team Championship: The F.B.I. (c) defeated The Unholy Alliance

ECW World Television Championship: Rhino (c) defeated Rob Van Dam

ECW World Heavyweight Championship: Jerry Lynn defeated Justin Credible (c)

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