Recently, professional wrestling icon Dutch Mantell put a spotlight on how he’s under the belief that both Paul “Triple H” Levesque and Stephanie McMahon were involved in ousting Vince McMahon as CEO and Chairman of World Wrestling Entertainment.
Back in the summer, The Wall Street Journal broke the news about Vince McMahon allegedly paying out “hush money” to females who were former employees of WWE. After McMahon stepped away from his post as Chairman of the company, WWE‘s Board of Director then launched an official investigation into the matter. In July, McMahon announced that he was retiring from the promotion.
Triple H, Stephanie McMahon And Nick Khan Potentially Ousted Vince McMahon
Recently taking to his “Story Time with Dutch Mantell” podcast, Mantell would talk about Vince McMahon’s exit from World Wrestling Entertainment, saying that he believes that Nick Khan is the one who leaked the McMahon story, and feels like he did it based off of the Board of Directors’ orders.
“Nick Khan. I think that’s why he was sent there. […] They can’t prove it. I think he was sent there because they were expecting, this is what you use in world politics, a regime change. That’s what he was actually sent in there and they started to cut all this talent and cutting the talent. […] Nick Khan did it. He and his people did it. […] [Who is they?] The board.”
Mantell also alleged that Paul “Triple H” Levesque and Stephanie McMahon were also involved with pushing out Vince McMahon.
“And you can’t forget family members. You can’t forget Triple H and Stephanie, which I would kind of push off for a while but they knew the story and they heard Stephanie took a leave of absence three weeks or four weeks before all this happened so she could just get away from everything so they couldn’t tie her to nothing. Of course I’m just spitballing now.”