The latest news in the Vince McMahon sex scandal has been dominating the wrestling headlines lately. McMahon has been accused of paying hush money to the tune of $12 million to multiple women with whom he had inappropriate or unwanted relationships. After yesterday’s bombshell report about additional non-disclosure agreements that were signed to keep women quiet, many are wondering if more people will come out with accusations.

It does not appear any more women signed NDAs. There could be others who didn’t want to burn bridges with WWE who decided against seeking a settlement. It remains to be seen if any will speak out.

On the latest Wrestling Observer Radio, Dave Meltzer noted that there are not likely to be any more non-disclosure agreements revealed. That doesn’t mean there aren’t more potential women with something to say. Many were worried about protecting their potential for a return to WWE.

“I think these are all the NDAs. I don’t know, but I think these are all the NDAs and I think the other stories are just women who didn’t get money and just, you know, whatever. Didn’t want to fight Vince. Always wanted the chance to come back.

The people who went after Vince are the ones who didn’t want to come back because if you wanted to come back, you don’t do this. So, that’s the carrot that Vince has in these situations, so these are people who, for whatever reason, went to him knowing that by doing this that they’re never coming back.”

There could still be more fuel added to the fire in the Vince McMahon scandal. If there is, it likely won’t include women who have signed NDAs. Time will tell if this is just the tip of the iceberg, but as far as documented payments go, the current group of accusers appears to be it.

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Michael Perry

Michael Perry is a news contributor for Ringside News and Thirsty for News. Michael has an M.A. in Communication Technology from Point Park University in his hometown of Pittsburgh, PA.

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