One of the biggest news in the world of professional wrestling is the lawsuit levied on Vince McMahon by his former employee Janel Grant. The lawsuit revealed a lot of shocking information about the alleged affair McMahon had with his former employee.
The lawsuit filed by Janel Grant claimed that Vince McMahon sexually assaulted, mentally abused, and trafficked Grant to other people inside and outside the company. Vince McMahon denied the allegations and stated through spokesperson that he plans to vigorously defend himself.
Since then, McMahon has stepped down from his positions at TKO and the WWE. This news couldn’t have come at a worse time for the WWE with the Royal Rumble right around the corner.
Jay Reddick of the Orlando Sentinel caught up with several WWE Superstars during the media event for the Royal Rumble. While many Superstars declined to comment on the allegations, Natalya commented on the allegations by saying that the best thing to do is move forward.
“I’ve seen and I’ve read what everybody else has seen and read. I feel like at the end of the day the best thing we can do, especially as women in the locker room, is keep moving forward.”
Natalya is most probably going to participate in this year’s Royal Rumble match. She has quite a lot of experience in this match which could help her get an edge over her opponents. Stay tuned to Ringside News for the live play-by-play coverage of the Royal Rumble.
What are your thoughts on Natalya’s comments? What do you think will happen when if this case goes to trial? Sound off in the comments section.