Stephanie McMahon Sell Her Shares and Undertaker Hate His Last Match
We’re kicking off today with news from WWE’s corporate side, as Stephanie McMahon has sold over 1 million dollars in company stock. According to an SEC filing, Stephanie sold over 23000 shares valued at 44.29 dollars each totaling 1,029,963.96 dollars.
That leaves her with close to 145000 shares left, and this transaction comes shortly after her husband Triple H, and Kevin Dunn both sold over a million dollars in shares. Though people buy and sell stocks all the time. the timing of this is especially interesting, given the ongoing global situation.
Now, If you’ve been a wrestling fan, long enough You’ll know that some folks don’t get wrestling and will mock you for liking it. This week’s quote-unquote ‘comedians’, Tom Segura and Christina P shared their two cents on wrestling, as Segura used an ableist term that targets the mentally handicapped. He said: “I think wrestling is for fucking retards but so many people like it.
It is the fucking stupidest shit and I think you’re a fucking tool if you’re like,’ hey man, it’s not fake it’s fucking fake and you’re a fucking idiot. It’s pathetic. It’s pathetic. You’re a pathetic person”. Responding, Christina went on to say she had fun at a WWE event date once made her attend, Though Tom wasn’t finished, saying: “The special Olympics are fun to go to also but it’s not real, it’s not a real competition.
That’s how the adds for wrestling should be. It should be like WWE. This is for diminished capacity. That should be their tag for the fucking wrestling”. Unsurprisingly, these comments didn’t go over well in the wrestling community as Dolph Ziggler who has worked with the Special Olympics as part of WWE, said that he was the fan of the pair but also proud to be a wrestler.
Both Abyss and Baron Corbin both called out the comedians for their comments, whilst independent star Gregory Iron Rightly called out the pair for taking shots at people with developmental disabilities. On twitter, Segura is now saying that he loves wrestling, and given that he’s worked on movies for the past decade, we wonder if he’s aware that they are not real either.
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