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Ronda Rousey – ‘Ari Emanuel Must Clean Out All Of Vince McMahon’s WWE Cronies!’



During a recent appearance on “The Diary Of A CEO” podcast, Ronda Rousey looked back on her time in WWE, once again highlighting the notion that Vince McMahon still has an influence on the company despite his resignation from TKO in January shortly after Janel Grant filed a sex trafficking lawsuit against him and WWE.

You can check out some highlights from the podcast below:

On Vince McMahon: “I mean supposedly, he’s out now because they paying company funds so he could sh*t on some girl’s head in the office and do a threesome with her and Johnny Laurinaitis. But his cronies are still there. So when that stuff started coming out and Vince was gone before, he was still basically calling it in and running the company. But Bruce Prichard, who’s there now, who’s like the head of creative or whatever title they gave him, is basically just taking orders from Vince and still running the company through him. So when Vince resigned formally because of all these sexual allegations and stuff that was coming out, he was still running the company informally, and I think he still is to this day.”

On Triple H and Stephanie McMahon: “Steph and Triple H, I think they’re honestly doing their best. But I mean, I think that Vince McMahon just created a fundamentally sick environment, and I think if Ari Emanuel is gonna be able to actually make this multi-billion dollar dysfunctional organization into one that functions, he’s gotta’ clean out all of Vince’s cronies. He’s gotta’ completely clean house and remove Vince’s influence completely. No one’s asking me, but that’s just what I experienced when Vince was gone. He was still running the show through people that he’d hired in the past, Bruce Prichard being number one of them. Bruce Prichard, literally I never heard him say a single one of his own opinions. He’d only say, ‘Vince says this, Vince says that. Vince, Vince, Vince.’ So he’s literally just, I called him Vince’s avatar. That’s basically what he is.”

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