Ronda Rousey Extols Triple H – ‘He’s Superior to Vince McMahon!’

Ronda Rousey Extols Triple H – ‘He’s Superior to Vince McMahon!’
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Former WWE Chairman, Vince McMahon, is currently under investigation by federal authorities on allegations of sexual misconduct, even after relinquishing his executive role at TKO.

The probe is focused on claims involving large sums of money given to women who accused McMahon of inappropriate sexual behavior. Janel Grant, previously an employee at WWE’s headquarters, initiated a lawsuit against McMahon in early 2024. She alleged that McMahon coerced her into a sexual relationship and made claims of sexual trafficking and assault involving McMahon and John Laurinaitis.

In other news, Ronda Rousey left WWE after her showdown with Shayna Baszler at SummerSlam 2024. Following her departure, Rousey criticized WWE publicly, issuing condemnatory statements about the organization.

In her book “Our Fight,” Rousey gives an explicit account of her experience with WWE, providing unfiltered insights into her time with the high-valued wrestling promotion. She pulls no punches when talking about Bruce Prichard and John Laurinaitis, directing some harsh words their way. Rousey also suggested that WWE was guilty of discriminatory practices against women.

During a recent discussion with CBS Sports, Rousey opined that WWE would only benefit from McMahon’s exit.

She remarked, “I think anyone’s better than Vince McMahon. The only place you can go is up. I really enjoy Triple H and working with him, and honestly, I haven’t been watching, but I saw something from Natty [Neidhart] saying that they had a card recently that had just as many women on it as the men. That’s what I would really like to see, the women equally represented with not just matches on the card, but time on the show. I feel there’s no place they could go but up and I’m really, really happy for all the women still there and thriving under the new regime. I think there’s, yeah.“

In mid-2023, federal agents served McMahon with a search warrant and subpoena tied to allegations of paying hush money. The agents were reportedly looking for “documents related to any allegation of rape, sex trafficking, sexual assault, commercial sex transactions, harassment, or discrimination” involving present or past WWE employees.