Vince McMahon may be planning a return to WWE

The Wall Street Journal, the US newspaper that leaked all the information about the McMahon affair scandal this summer, has published an update on the former WWE Chairman’s status in which they confirm Vince He has told some of his close people that Wants to try to get back in the company.

Apparently, McMahon would have come to comment that he received bad advice from those around him, and that is why he decided to leave WWE. However, the billionaire now sees the situation differently, and currently thinks that if he had stayed, the scandal and investigation would have ended. lose importance for longer.

As far as the legal investigation goes, McMahon is currently demand of two women Joe claims Vince sexually assaulted her, according to internal documents and people close to the conversation. Also, Rita Chatterton, who accused Vince of rape in the ’80s, is back on the case today and is demanding $11.75 million in damages,

In regards to the Chatterton affair, McMahon has denied the allegations on several occasions in the past, but it appears he will again face the status of a former WWF referee. According to Chatterton’s lawyer, the former WWF employee polygamy test passedAnd multiple sources corroborate his version of events.

Also, a Former California spa manager accuses McMahon to sexually assault her year 2011, While WWE was in town for one of their shows. After the event, the worker’s husband appeared at the pavilion where WWE held the event with a baseball bat, but could not meet Vince.

These are the big issues that the prestigious Wall Street Journal note tackles. We’ll be exploring the fallout of all this information over the next few hours, however, so for now, WWE, Vince McMahon and his close circle He has refused to give a statement.

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