More trouble for Vince McMahon
by SIMONE BRUGNOLI | VIEW 9524
In recent weeks there has been a lot of talk about Vince Mcmahon and his sensational return to WWE. After seeing him deal with the problems associated with his various extra-marital escapades, Vince is now turning to a counterattack, trying to sell the family company, getting back on his WWE saddle and making his daughter Stephanie step back from the role recently.
as CEO and from any other role in the company. Apparently, however, Vince's troubles would not end like this, with the Chairman who would be facing his third lawsuit in just a few months. If the last lawsuit had been brought by some shareholders in Delaware, due to some pension funds that disappeared, now a third group of shareholders would also be bringing the whole thing to a court in the city of Detroit, making new accusations against the Chairman.
As reported by the pages of Ringside News, we see the situation: "'This consolidated litigation is narrow in scope, is debatable, and the only remaining litigation in this lawsuit should be in the application to award compensation,' the attorneys said in a court deposition on Monday.
The other set of investors, meanwhile, those suing over the alleged history of paying McMahon to cover up the s*xual harassment allegations, are looking to separate their case from the consolidated action. This could keep statutory claims alive, interfering with any claims for compensation."
Latest update on Vince McMahon
According to reports from multiple sources inside WWE in recent days to various online media, it seems that Vince McMahon is doing everything to return to having the exact same power he had before in his company, with the CDA welcoming him back in recent days , but with his contribution on a creative level that is not yet supported by the other managers.
According to the latest information that has emerged from various Dave Meltzer and Sean Ross Sapp of the Wrestling Observer and Fightful sites, at the moment Triple H would continue to have full creative power in his hands, but the situation could soon change drastically, with the intent of the 'former Chairman who would like to go back to directing the creative sector, as he has done in the last almost 40 years.
According to what was stated in the last few hours, by the Ringside News site, which spoke to various sources within the company, everyone would be sincerely concerned and certain that sooner or later Vince McMahon will return to fully manage the creative part, after having seen him disappear from the scene for only a few months.
Most insiders would be almost resigned to the idea that McMahon is back to stay and will certainly succeed in his intent.