WWE have announced the following from Triple H and Stephanie McMahon: “Following her attack on referee Dan Engler at SummerSlam, Ronda Rousey has been fined an undisclosed amount and will be suspended.
An irate Rousey attacked the official after her SmackDown Women’s Title Match, claiming he missed Liv Morgan tapping out to the Armbar while he counted the pinfall.
Due to her suspension, Rousey will not appear on this week’s Friday Night SmackDown.”
Triple H and Stephanie recently replaced Vince McMahon in WWE after a hugh money scandal. AEW’s Bryan Danielson (formerly Daniel Bryan in WWE) had been a top star of WWE. He captured several championships working in the company and worked under different gimmicks. It seems he shares a great relationship with former WWE Chairman Vince McMahon. ‘The American Dragon’ shared his thoughts on his former boss after the recent scandal.
Bryan Danielson opens up on Vince McMahon
He recently explained that he took notes when he got tidbits of info from Vince that he wanted to hold on to. As recent bombshell reports from the “Wall Street Journal” continue tallying up Vince McMahon’s alleged hush money payments to several former colleagues, one has to wonder how the news affects those close to him like Bryan.
Bryan recently spoke to Wrestling Inc.’s own Nick Hausman. ‘The American Dragon’ was asked about the allegations made against Vince and he said:
“So, one, first thing I should say is no comment. Second thing I should say about stuff and just Vince, in general, is maybe it’s more about love. If you love somebody, is that people make mistakes and you love them regardless.”
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 and Head of Creative.
Vince McMahon recently got involved in a fresh controversy. 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.