Vince McMahon gained widespread attention after facing allegations of sexual trafficking and misconduct from a former WWE employee. These accusations were eventually mentioned to Cody Rhodes and Triple H, but both had very different answers. Now it appears some want Rhodes to address McMahon’s allegations instead of Triple H

In case you weren’t aware, shocking allegations of sexual trafficking and misconduct have been levied against Vince McMahon by former WWE employee Janel Grant. The lawsuit claims that McMahon shared explicit content of Grant without her permission, implicating other WWE employees, undisclosed executives, and stars. Additionally, it alleges that McMahon instructed her to engage in sexual activities with them.

Following the sexual trafficking lawsuit, Vince McMahon officially resigned from WWE and TKO Holdings. McMahon also made it clear that he would fight the aforementioned allegations.

Cody Rhodes shared his thoughts on the matter during the post-Royal Rumble press conference, admitting there was dark cloud over WWE. On the other hand, Triple H’s response to the allegations left bad taste in many people’s mouths.


While speaking on the Jim Cornette Experience, Jim Cornette suggested that Triple H should refrain from facing the press. He praised Cody Rhodes for handling questions brilliantly and recommended that WWE should let The American Nightmare be their spokesperson

“I think maybe they ought to let Cody do it. Cody can talk. Cody can sell things. He can sell an igloo to an Eskimo.”

WWE has also removed all traces of McMahon following the lawsuit. John Laurinaitis’ lawyer also claims that he was victim. We’ll have to see what will become of them in the end.

What’s your view on what Jim Cornette said? Do you feel Cody Rhodes is simply better equipped to handle the allegations? Let us know in the comments section below!

Subhojeet Mukherjee

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