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A New Release Date For VICE TV’s Vince McMahon Documentary Has Been Announced 

A new date has been set for VICE TV’s upcoming Vince McMahon documentary. The VICE TV documentary on Vince McMahon for which Dave Meltzer and I were interviewed airs December 13th at 9 PM ET, Alvarez said on Twitter. The documentary, labelled The Nine Lives of Vince McMahon, was supposed to debut on October 18. The date was altered at the last minute due to WWE NXT and AEW Dynamite premiering on the same night.

In relation to Alvarez & Meltzer, Brandon Thurston, Dave Nelson, Brian Solomon, & Vince Russo will be interviewed for the documentary. The documentary will allegedly cover McMahon’s improper payments totaling millions of dollars to several former female employees in order to silence accusations of sexual abuse and harassment. McMahon was consequently forced to resign as WWE CEO and Chairman. Stephanie McMahon, his girl, and former company president Nick Khan ended up taking over administrative duties, while Paul Levesque took over creative direction.

Other wrestling projects that have aired on VICE TV in recent years include Tales Of The Territories created by Dwayne & Dark Side Of The Ring. The latter has been running for three seasons and focuses on the most tragic events in wrestling history. In its season 3, an episode was included that centred on the 1994 steroid trial, which has seen Vince McMahon accused on cases related to anabolic steroids. McMahon was found not guilty of all charges.

WarGames matches

WWE will introduce two WarGames matches at the marquee Survivor Series premium live event on Saturday, November 26 for the first time ever. It was previously announced that Bianca Belair, Asuka, Alexa Bliss, and two partners will compete in the women’s WarGames match against Damage CTRL, Nikki Cross, and a partner. The men’s five-on-five match appears to be heading in the right direction. 

The Brawling Brutes interrupted The Bloodline in the final segment of the November 11 episode of SmackDown. Sheamus made his first appearance since October 21, when he was injured during an attack by The Usos, Solo Sikoa, & Sami Zayn. The reunited trio attacked the ring quickly, as The Bloodline was missing Zayn for the evening due to “private” issues. 


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