Vince McMahon faces new charges amid rumors that he wants to return to WWE.

#FIREVINCE Trending Worldwide

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Vince McMahon is a well-known figure in the world of professional wrestling and the chairman and CEO of WWE. In recent years, he has returned to WWE Creative, and his performance has been subject to criticism by fans and critics alike.

One of the main issues that fans have with McMahon’s creative decisions is his tendency to prioritize spectacle and shock value over storytelling and character development. This approach has led to moments that many fans feel are cringe-worthy or tasteless, such as the infamous “Katie Vick” storyline from 2002 or the recent segment in which WWE wrestler Alexa Bliss was doused with “black goo” by a supernatural character known as “The Fiend.”

In addition to creative missteps, McMahon has faced accusations of misconduct and mistreatment of wrestlers and employees. The most high-profile of these accusations came from former WWE wrestler and announcer Ashley Massaro, who alleged that she was sexually assaulted by a “senior executive” during a WWE trip to Kuwait in 2006. Massaro passed away in 2019, but her allegations sparked renewed scrutiny of WWE’s treatment of its female performers.

Other wrestlers have spoken out about McMahon’s management style, which they describe as controlling and demanding. CM Punk, who left WWE in 2014, has been particularly vocal in his criticism of McMahon and the company. In a 2019 interview, he accused McMahon of being “out of touch” with modern wrestling fans and suggested that he was resistant to change.

McMahon’s personal life has also been the subject of controversy. In 1992, former WWE referee Rita Chatterton accused McMahon of raping her in a limousine. Chatterton was the first female referee in WWE history, but her allegations were not pursued in court due to the statute of limitations. McMahon denied the allegations and has maintained his innocence.

In 2011, a former spa manager accused McMahon of assault at a California resort. McMahon was not charged with any crime, and the incident did not receive much attention at the time.

More recently, McMahon’s personal life has come under scrutiny due to allegations of an affair with a 41-year-old former paralegal named Deborah Newell. McMahon reportedly hired Newell in 2019 for $100,000 and doubled her salary once their relationship began. He also allegedly gave her to another senior official as a “gift” and paid her $3 million in January to keep quiet about their relationship.

McMahon has faced other accusations of inappropriate behavior towards women, including allegations of sexual harassment and assault. In July 2020, the Wall Street Journal reported that McMahon had paid $12 million in non-disclosure agreements to four women since 2006. One of these women alleged that McMahon forced her into oral sex and later fired her when she refused further advances.

Now the popular Twitter Hashtag #FireVince is trending worldwide with fans so disillusioned as to how Vince McMahon can have all the controversies and sexual assault allegations made against him and they either go away or are paid off and seen to be acceptable and he can return to run the business but at the same time Mandy Rose was posting content on her FanTime page that was outside the parameters of her WWE deal. As a result, she was let go from her employment with the company.

FanTime is a social media platform that allows users to subscribe to content creators to see various photos and videos the user uploads. The platform has been compared to both Instagram and OnlyFans. During the Covid-19 pandemic, WWE implemented strict guidelines around performers using third-party platforms as additional revenue streams.

These guidelines led to the release of Zelina Vega, who was eventually brought back to the organization.

However, it appears that Mandy Rose’s use of FanTime did not comply with WWE’s guidelines, leading to her dismissal.

Despite her departure from WWE, Mandy Rose has reportedly been doing well for herself on FanTime. TMZ reported that her agent Malki Kawa claims Rose has earned an incredible $500,000 through her subscription site since her WWE release. Kawa also predicts that Rose will become a self-made millionaire by Christmas, which is only days away.

It’s unclear exactly what kind of content Mandy Rose was posting on FanTime that was deemed outside the parameters of her WWE deal. However, this situation highlights the challenges that arise when performers try to monetize their personal brand outside of their employment with a large organization like WWE.

Another reason for the trend is that many WWE fans are extremely angry with reports that Vince took over major creative issues over Wrestlemania weekend and then was heavily involved in the booking and re-writing of the Raw show last night.


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