Triple H held a meeting before WWE Raw, FightfulSelect.com reports, promising ‘talent transparency’ that some of them didn’t feel existed under Vince McMahon’s regime, and he wants to communicate more with talent. Triple H added that he wants work to be more ‘fun’ under his leadership.
Vince McMahon recently announced his retirement from his roles as Chairman and CEO of WWE. It was later clarified that he was also done with his work on creative. Some reports have emerged regarding his backstage performance as well. It was revealed that Stephanie McMahon and Nick Khan will serve as Co-CEOs of WWE, while Triple H is EVP of Talent Relations. Recently, the ormer WWE star and NXT Tag Team Champion Aiden English recently expressed his thoughts on Vince’s retirement from the company.
Aiden English though Vince McMahon will die in gorilla
It was a couple of years ago that Aiden English (real-life Matthew Thomas Rehwoldt) was let go by WWE during the height of the pandemic. During his time with the company, he was best known as part of The Vaudevillains alongside Simon Gotch. The duo won the NXT Tag Team Titles on one occasion.
English recently held a live stream on his official Instagram handle and opened up on Vince McMahon’s retirement. He stated that he never imagined the former CEO would retire from the pro-wrestling business. He added that he believed McMahon would “die in Gorilla” before leaving the promotion. The former NXT Tag Team Champion further stated that he respects what McMahon has done for the business over the years, but that’s the extent of it. He also extended his support to the victims of the “hush money” allegations.
A fresh controversy recently came in the way of Vince McMahon.The latest Wall Street Journal story on Vince alleged that he paid at least 4 women over 16 years to cover up sexual misconduct. After the report about additional non-disclosure agreements that were signed to keep women quiet, many are wondering if more people will come out with accusations. Vince reportedly reacted to the allegations. It does not appear any more women signed NDAs. There could be others who didn’t want to burn bridges with WWE who decided against seeking a settlement.
It remains to be seen if any will speak out. The Wall Street Journal recently posted another story on Vince McMahon and this one alleges that McMahon paid $12 million in hush money to four women in the past 16 years to suppress allegations of sexual misconduct and infidelity. This amount is a lot more than was previously known.