John Laurinaitis risks being fired



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John Laurinaitis risks being fired

As we have already reported in the past few days, there has been a huge scandal that has hit Vince McMahon in the last few weeks. The WWE Chairman, in fact, would have been accused by some members of the board of directors of the company, of having had an extramarital affair with one of the lawyers of the company and then of having sought the silence of the woman and other people involved with the payment of $3 million.

Although the payment was made with the Chairman's personal money and not the company's money, there is still an ugly black cloud hanging over Vince McMahon's head, while another great WWE character taking a lot of risks now, is John Laurinaitis, who seems to have been guilty of the crime of "aiding and abetting" the love that exploded in the backstage of the McMahon family company.

After being replaced by Bruce Prichard as Director of WWE Talent Relations, a role previously held by the great Jim Ross, current AEW reporter and historical voice of Monday Night Raw along with Jerry "The King" Lawler, it seems that Johnny Ace's situation is no good at WWE.

Backstage news on John Laurinaitis

After seeing the phone number of the company he has always answered for the past 21 years disabled, John Laurinaitis could now literally risk being fired on the spot, as Vince McMahon would stand firm in his place, being the main owner of the family company.

Unable to fire the one who owns most of the company's shares, it appears that WWE and its board of directors need a scapegoat and the name of Laurinaitis, comes at the top. At the moment there would be no certainties or confirmations on the risk of Laurinaitis being fired, but the fact of having seen him deactivate the number, of having been sidelined from his role and of not having appeared in any backstage of any WWE show, makes it clear.

a lot about the situation, with several sources inside WWE confirming that this is not a good sign for his future with the McMahons. If he is fired, however, it would all be a huge shock to the WWE crew, as Laurinaitis has been one of Vince Mcmahon's most trusted men and confidants for over 20 years, which would be a huge blow.

London, a WWE star between 2003 and 2008, spoke on Dupree’s Cafe de Rene podcast about Laurinaitis’ reaction to the situation: “I remember specifically in the airport you speaking to Johnny Ace [John Laurinaitis] on the phone and him saying, ‘Don’t worry about anything.

I don’t want you to feel threatened at work. That’s unprofessional, that’s not the way it should be. Nobody should have to come to work feeling in danger for their life or their safety. I’m gonna put a stop to this right now, and you don’t have anything to worry about,'" London recalled.