Satanic Symbol Perfect For Vince McMahon Says Ex-WWE Star

Vince McMahon

Ronda Rousey is not shy about saying what’s on her mind and now she’s given an insight into her real feelings towards Vince McMahon.

Vince McMahon has been accused of serious sexual assault as a part of a lawsuit that has effectively ended his time in WWE. The lurid allegations included in the suit have been enough for Vince McMahon to be told to resign as TKO Executive Chairman.

Rumours and allegations have appeared over the years regarding McMahon’s conduct and now it seems one former WWE star was never a fan of his.

Ronda Rousey Suggests Symbol Of Evil For Vince McMahon

Writing in her new book Our Fight – released on April 4th and available for pre-order now – Ronda Rousey gave an insight into the backstage area at a WWE show and also her feelings towards Vince McMahon as she suggested a dark, satanic symbol could be used to indicate his office:

Every week, wrestlers are given a call-time, usually six to eight hours before the broadcast starts. Weekly shows are held in NBA and NHL arenas or the occasional smaller city minor league venue or event center. You walk through a metal door into a cold, concrete, fluorescent-lit hallway indistinguishable from the city before. Sitting in chairs or standing next to doorways, event site security surround you in yellow jackets dotting the halls.

The same white paper makeshift signs are taped throughout, large black arrows pointing you in various directions. Each features big block text and an identifying icon. Catering with a knife, fork, and spoon. Doctor with a medical symbol. Gorilla with a gorilla.

Writers Room with an equal parts aspirational and delusional bust of Shakespeare. Production Meeting fittingly indicated by an empty conference table where no one is coming up with any kind of plan. Vince’s Office, which, in what seemed like a missed opportunity, is not designated by an inverted pentagram.

Ronda Rousey also hit out at the “casting couch culture” that existed in WWE and the company’s treatment of women.