A former WWE Superstar is eager to contact Vince McMahon and has enlisted the aid of a current wrestling star. Vince McMahon stepped down as WWE CEO in July last year amidst an investigation into alleged misconduct involving former female employees.
The 77-year-old magnate made a triumphant return in January after being unanimously elected as Chairman of the Board, likely to aid in the facilitation of a company sale. Recently, WWE merged with UFC's parent company, Endeavor.
Matt Cardona, previously known as WWE Superstar Zack Ryder, took to Twitter to disclose his desire to contact Vince McMahon. However, lacking McMahon's updated contact information, Cardona reached out to former WWE Champion The Miz for assistance, asking him to share a recent photo with Vince.
Cardona tweeted, "Can somebody text this to @VinceMcMahon for me? I would but I don’t have his new number. (cough) @mikethemiz (cough)."
Shane's return hints Vince McMahon Resurgence
In related news, wrestling veteran Dutch Mantell commented on Shane McMahon's return at WrestleMania 39, suggesting it signaled Vince McMahon's regained control.
Shane McMahon's appearance at WrestleMania 39, during which he accepted The Miz's Open Challenge, ended disastrously as he tore his quad in the impromptu match. Snoop Dogg stepped in, defeating The A-Lister with a People's Elbow.
Dutch Mantell shared his thoughts on Sportskeeda Wrestling's Smack Talk show, stating, "When I first saw Shane McMahon, I went, 'Wait a minute' and it was like, tell me Vince McMahon is back in charge without telling me Vince McMahon was back in charge, and here comes Shane.
I'm not laughing, but he blew his knee out. Well, it was actually kinda funny but I hate to laugh at it. I don't know how much influence he's going to have on creative." Since his WWE departure, Matt Cardona has found considerable success with Game Changer Wrestling and on the independent circuit. It remains to be seen whether he will eventually return to WWE or continue to forge a career elsewhere.