As reported extensively during the last week, Zelina Vega was released by the WWE for breaking the new rule imposed by Vince McMahon on relations with "third parties", with the wrestlers and insiders of the company who can no longer take part in any video, social network, interview or television game that is not approved by the management of the Stamford federation.
Among the many who had lashed out against this form of "dictatorship", as it is called by many within the federation, there was just Zelina Vega, who regardless of the ban imposed by the patron of the company continued to use prohibited tools such as Cameo, Twitch and even opening a profile with a name other than that of a wrestler on OnlyFans.
All this obviously led the WWE Chairman to fire the former manager of the two Mexicans of Raw, Andrade and Angel Garza, with the same Vince McMahon who had already warned his employees about the fate that would befall them if they broke the imposed rule.
Update on Zelina Vega's release
As sensationally revealed in the last hours by the well-known overseas site, Sports Illustrated, the news of Zelina Vega's dismissal would have been notified to the girl directly on the evening of last Friday, while the crew of the company was preparing to broadcast Smackdown, with the manager and athlete who was joined at the Amway Center by WWE Director of Talent, Mark Carrano, who was the one who had to break the bad news to Zelina.
In response, however, the Puerto Rican-born athlete would have asked Carrano to be able to talk to Vince McMahon, to hear the real reasons for his release from his voice. Carrano, however, invited Zelina to leave the arena, as Vince McMahon did not want to talk to her and accompanied the girl to the door together with some security officers, literally chasing her from the Orlando arena.
Apparently, Vince McMahon would have really targeted the relationships between his Superstars and the new methods of staying in touch with fans, with offenders entering directly into the WWE black book and then being fired on the spot, as promised.
from the first and only official press release of the company regarding such behavior. Everything else on the roster is now notified. Zelina Vega appeared on the "Table Talk" podcast with WWE Hall of Famer & Producer D-Von Dudley back in September and recalled how Vince had previously told her that she was one of his favorite talents, comparing her to his daughter, WWE Chief Brand Officer Stephanie McMahon.
"It's weird because I think that too and I'm like, you know what? If quarantine didn't happen – not saying that I wouldn't have had these opportunities – but maybe it would have taken a little bit longer," Vega told Dudley.
"And also, Becky's having her baby so there are people that are not here so that just leaves spots to fill and for me, I'm like, 'Give me the ball! If I drop it, screw me!' But you lose nothing and I was always ready for that and I think it started with Drew [McIntyre] when we had that back and forth. I was like, 'Man, he's like my other promo half.' It was just perfect."