Zach Gowen Thanks Vince McMahon For Helping Him + A Backstage Hornswoggle/WWE Update

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— During Tuesday night’s Women of Action event at the New York Athletic Club
in New York City, Stephanie McMahon presented Nancy Brinker, the founder of
Susan G. Komen, with the Cynopsis Media Impact Award.

— One of the reasons Hornswoggle is being used on WWE television again with
El Torito is because WWE wants him on television in a baby face role for the
release of the upcoming “Leprechaun: Origins” WWE Studios film, which he is the
star of.

— Former WWE star Zach Gowen recently spoke to SLAM! Wrestling about turning
his life around after entering rehab for drugs and alcohol back in 2010. Gowen,
who still works the indy scene from time to time, thanked Vince McMahon:

“People don’t understand how grateful I am to Vince [McMahon]. As an
adult he gave me the job of my dreams and in my late twenties saved my life. He
paid for treatment and that changed everything for me. The seed of inspiration
was planted in me and the seed of hope was planted in me as well and it has
grown into a wonderful orchard. I can’t be more grateful towards Vince for that.
It was amazing that wellness policy.”


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