Madusa Claims Vince McMahon Was Never A “Misogynist” To Her

WWE Hall of Famer Alundra Blayze has claimed that Vince McMahon was nothing but professional with her during her tenure with the company.

Blayze, later known as Madusa, joined the WWF in 1993 and became a three-time Women’s Champion before her release in 1995.

Speaking about McMahon while promoting her book ‘The Woman Who Would be King’ Blayze said that the ex-CEO was nothing like the reports of his alleged misconduct with female employees when they worked together.

“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, 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.”

McMahon retired from WWE in July of this year over allegations of misconduct with female employees, paid to be quiet by high-dollar NDAs.

After dumping the WWF Women’s Championship in the trash on WCW Monday Nitro, Blayze was blacklisted from the WWE for decades until her return to be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2015.

Following the infamous segment, the WWF Women’s Title was retired but was brought back in 1998.

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