Triple H Bans Attitude Era Legend From Show

Vince McMahon was the CEO of WWE before he had to step down following allegations of sexual misconduct and allegedly having paid $12 million in hush money in a huge scandal. He eventually retired from WWE for good and was replaced by his daughter Stephanie McMahon as the CEO of WWE. His son-in-law Triple H is now the Executive Vice President of Talent and Relations as wellVince McMahon also lied about quitting WWE recently but ended up being real in the end.

 


 

WWE Hall of Famer and NXT Coach D-Von Dudley was slated to appear at the Battleground Championship Wrestling event over the weekend at the 2300 Arena in Philadelphia, PA. The plan was for him to appear at the convention after the show as well as in Bully Ray (Bubba Ray Dudley) in his match that night against Matt Cardona.

However, PWinsider.com reports that WWE removed him from the event. The report noted the promotion’s side stated they received a legal letter from WWE this past Thursday, upset about BCW promoting a “Tribute to the Extreme” show, playing off the ECW intellectual property owned by WWE.

The promotion claimed that D-Von reached out to Triple H to get the decision reversed, which was unsuccessful. BCW intends to make “Tribute to the Extreme” an annual event every December.

Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter has been a huge pro wrestling fan since 2002, and it's been his first love ever since then. He has years of writing experience for all things pro wrestling. His interests outside of wrestling include films, books and soccer.

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