Vince McMahon is out of WWE and TKO after a lawsuit was launched against him detailing sickening allegations.
Vince McMahon quit WWE and TKO just hours after a major sponsor announced they were pulling their support for the Royal Rumble. That move came as a result of Vince McMahon being accused of sexual assault and sex trafficking in a shocking new lawsuit that has rocked the company.
McMahon had retired briefly in July 2022 when “hush money” payments in relation to the ex-WWE employee at the centre of the new lawsuit came to light. However, he used his position as majority shareholder of the company to force his way back into power and became Executive Chairman of WWE in January 2023.
Vince McMahon Erased By WWE
When the Endeavor takeover of WWE was completed in September 2023, McMahon was made Executive Chairman of the newly-created TKO Group. McMahon is no longer a majority shareholder of either company meaning that a return to power for the 78-year-old looks incredibly unlikely.
WWE has now wiped Vince McMahon’s profile off its website with a link to where it used to be now delivering a message that reads “You are not authorized to access this page.” The TKO Group’s corporate site has also removed any mention of McMahon concerning his previous role.