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Female WWE Star Can’t Believe Vince McMahon Is Called a “Misogynist” Now

By: Rahul V Krishnan Credit: A2TheK Wrestling Show, h/t:

WWE Hall of Famer Madusa recently spoke about the current situation surrounding Vince McMahon and her experience with him.

Madusa was talking in an interview with TheA2theK Wrestling Show to talk about her new book, “The Woman Who Would Be King.”

She was asked about Vince McMahon and the role that he played in the emergence of the women's division back in the early 90s when she was signed by him.

"Vince was very serious at that moment because it stayed dormant for a while, so he wanted to revive women's wrestling. "

"He basically told me he wanted somebody very athletic that looked, you know, athletic and was athletic, and could carry her own and the company itself.”

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"You know, Vince was always good to me. Vince was never that person that you have heard lately of, you know, misogynist acts or lascivious ways or anything like that.

"He was a man that told me that I was there to uphold, and you know, carry the women's division and be the face. So that's what I believed in, that's what I did, and I was holy hell on wheels.”

Madusa is famous for her controversial moment when she dumped the WWF women's title in a trash can in the WWE. She was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2015.

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