Vince McMahon Removed From WWE’s WrestleMania 39 Commercial

Vince McMahon’s Presence in WWE Wrestle Mania 39 advertisement has been removed. The company unveiled special match graphics for the upcoming two-night event last month featuring its top stars on Hollywood movie posters. At first, it seemed like a nod to the show’s Hollywood theme, as it takes place at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood (Los Angeles), California. However, eagle-eyed online fans were able to spot the text printed at the bottom of each poster, the last line of which read “Directed by Vince McMahon.”

This caused immediate concern. When McMahon forced his way back to the WWE board of directors last month, he and other senior officials repeatedly stated publicly that he was simply back to oversee a sale of the company rather than take over. all of his previous roles, including that of Reservations Manager. . But various reports of McMahon returning to WWE HQ and offering input on various corporate matters led to speculation that McMahon lied and was gradually returning to his booking role.

Sean Ross Sapp Fighter then filed a report late last month, saying none of the speculation was accurate. Fans then noticed that WWE recently updated its WrestleMania graphics and removed McMahon from the “director” role on movie posters. Her name was changed to “Selma Tinware”. It’s not really a person’s name, but rather an anagram of WrestleMania. Why WWE felt the need to initially include McMahon or make this subtle change is unknown.

Will another Vince McMahon allegation be made public?

The primary reason for McMahon’s departure from WWE last year had to do with a number of allegations directed at McMahon regarding sexual misconduct and millions of dollars paid in non-disclosure agreements that were not properly documented. in WWE’s financial reports. However, WWE CEO Nick Khan told Bill Simmons in January that he didn’t believe any other McMahon allegations would emerge.

“It’s like everything that happened, it happened, and it was there and people knew about it. I always found him to be a very honest broker with this stuff. Even when the process started last summer, there was nothing he was hiding, nothing he was covering up. He was very honest about it, I appreciated that, and I think many others people did too,” Khan said.

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