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Vince McMahon’s exit as WWE’s CEO is finally making even more sense. Though the initial investigation unveiled that McMahon was making hush payments related to sexual misconduct, much more money exchanges were made to former president Donald Trump. Within the previously unearthed $20 million, it turns out that $5 million of that was sent to Trump’s foundation […]

“I have pledged my complete cooperation to the investigation by the Special Committee, and I will do everything possible to support the investigation. I have also pledged to accept the findings and outcome of the investigation, whatever they are,” - Former CEO and Chairman Vince McMahon, in a press release concerning allegations of executive misconduct

No, this ain't kayfabe! WWE CEO Vince McMahon is being investigated by the company board of directors for reportedly paying $3 million to an ex-employee so she would keep quiet about their alleged affair. And the ensuing probe may reveal that she is far from the only one.

Wrestling fans are saying goodbye to WWE legend Scott Hall after Kevin Nash reveals Hall's family will take him off life support.

Alive taping of WWE's Friday Night Smackdown became very real for one of the wrestling organization's superstars.

Hulk Hogan used to be okay with steroids, but he's allegedly against getting vaccinated. Twitter is pointing out the blatant hypocrisy.

"Bah Gawd! He killed him! As God as my witness, he is broken in half!"

Shad Gaspard's final act was a heroic one, sacrificing his own life to save his son.

The state that just can't seem to get things right thinks that wrestling is just as important as its residents getting food and supplies during the coronavirus global pandemic. In a head-scratching decision, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis expanded the pandemic essential services to include professional wrestling.