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WWE Is Hiding More “Stuff” About Vince McMahon

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• WWE Is Hiding More “Stuff” About Vince McMahon

Vince McMahon is back on the Board of Directors in WWE to ensure a potential sale of the company goes smoothly.

At yesterday’s “all hands on deck” meeting, it was revealed that the day-to-day operations aren’t going to change and Triple H is still going to be the Chief Content Officer.

However, that wasn’t originally what Vince wanted.

According to the Wrestling Observer, Vince McMahon wanted to run WWE creatively on a day-to-day basis as of a week ago, but the Board Of Directors didn’t want that to happen because they know there’s other stuff (similar to the hush money scandal) about McMahon that hasn’t come out yet:

“If there had to be a rubber stamp vote [to sell the company], it’s not like they would reject him, because all the stuff that happened in the last week, they’re trying to present a unified company. They’re also happy that Vince McMahon is back, and how wonderful it is.

Like again, on December 27th the board voted unanimously that ‘we don’t want you back,’ and you know, noted that one of the reason is there is stuff that the people don’t know that hasn’t come out.

I don’t know what that is, but they mentioned that is one of the reasons him coming back wasn’t the best.”

As we have reported before, Vince forced his way back after he said he wouldn’t approve of any media rights deal until he’s put back on the Board.

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• On This Day In Wrestling History (January 7, 2021) – Old School WrestleMania Celebrity Passed Away

On this day in 2021, we lost Old School WrestleMania Celebrity Tommy Lasorda at the age of 93 due to heart problems.

As a professional baseball player, Tommy Lasorda played for the Brooklyn Dodgers and the Kansas City Athletics during the 50s, before he became a coach for the Los Angeles Dodgers in 1973 and eventually turned into the team’s manager in 1976, a position he held until 1996.

Old School WWF fans remember him as a special celebrity guest ring-announcer at the Los Angeles based part of the WWF WrestleMania 2 PPV.


September 22, 1927 – January 7, 2021

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