Vince McMahon, a controversial figure in wrestling, is now facing trafficking allegations, sparking widespread debate and controversy. Amid all the allegations meted against him, McMahon has been labeled as a sadistic sociopath.

On January 25th, a former WWE employee named Janel Grant initiated lawsuit against WWE, John Laurinaitis, and Vince McMahon. The legal action alleges McMahon’s involvement in sexual assault, emotional abuse, and sex trafficking, citing incidents occurring between their first meeting in March 2019 and March 2022.

Vince McMahon vehemently denied the allegations and vowed to fight them, but his reputation clearly got damaged. While speaking on the UnSkripted podcast, former WWE star Mario Mancini was asked if he was surprised by Vince McMahon’s allegations.

Mancini made it clear he was not surprised one bit as he called Vince McMahon a sadistic sociopath. He stated that McMahon revolutionized the business but didn’t know where to draw the line.

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No, not at all [on being asked if the allegations surprised him] Not at all. I will tell you the same thing I said on Cheap Heat. He is a sadistic sociopath. He always was. The thing about him, though, is he is the pied piper. (…) Vince had great ideas, and obviously, he revolutionized the wrestling business. He turned the whole thing around. He made it mainstream. But the problem is, he did not have a limit. He didn’t know where to draw the line.” 

Vince McMahon was also censored in WWE 2K24 in lot of sections. Nevertheless, it remains to be seen what will become of the former Chairman of WWE, as fans want him to answer for his alleged actions.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

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