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Kevin Nash Hopes Vince McMahon’s Sex Trafficking Allegations Aren’t True



Last month, Vince McMahon resigned from his position at TKO Group after a lawsuit from former WWE employee Janel Grant accused him of sex trafficking, sexual assault, and more. WWE and John Laurinaitis are also named as defendants in the lawsuit.

On a recent edition of his “Kliq This” podcast, WWE Hall of Famer Kevin Nash weighed in on the scandal.

You can check out some highlights from the podcast below:

On Vince McMahon losing his financial pull in WWE after selling WWE: “Vince no longer had any monetary play with the company. He was a minority owner.”

On his relationship with the McMahon family: “Because Paul is such a good friend, I love Stephanie to death, Shane’s a friend, Linda’s always been good to me so it’s a family I’ve always felt welcomed around. Vince was the first person to see anything in me as far as the ability to be a star.”

On why he doesn’t want the allegations to be true: “He put me as that figurehead of his business during the steroid trials, so there’s … I don’t want it to be true … And I don’t want harm to come to any of those people.”

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