Vince McMahon is a highly controversial figure in the annals of professional wrestling, marked by numerous stories that often prompt fans to question his actions. In the wake of recent trafficking allegations against him, a former WWE personality confessed that working with McMahon had made them uncomfortable.

Vince McMahon is presently facing accusations of sexual trafficking and misconduct from former WWE employee Janel Grant. In her lawsuit, Grant alleges that McMahon distributed explicit content of her without consent, implicating other WWE personnel, undisclosed executives, and wrestling stars.

WWE Hall of Famer Bret Hart recently commented on the allegations and blasted Vince McMahon without any mercy and made it clear he no longer had any respect for the former Chairman of WWE.

While speaking on his podcast, Story Time with Dutch Mantell, veteran manager Dutch Mantell reacted to Bret Hart’s comments on Vince McMahon. Mantell admitted that he was uncomfortable working with McMahon during his time in WWE.


“I always felt that even when I was close to him and talking to him in his office, which didn’t happen a lot, but whenever I was sitting there and you know he was.. he was.. I just felt a weird feeling. I didn’t know what it was, I just know that I felt really really uncomfortable. Now I can see that my alert system, my antenna was telling me hey, this guy’s a little bit of a different cat.” 

A Chicago law firm has also reached out to abuse victims linked to Vince McMahon. Vince McMahon also has no route back to WWE following his trafficking lawsuit. Only time will tell if McMahon will be behind bars, which is something Dutch Mantell won’t be surprised about.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

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