A WWE Hall of Famer has been seen “laughing all over the place” in response to John Laurinaitis’s recent allegations regarding the Vince McMahon dispute. A WWE Hall of Famer made fun of John Laurinaitis’s most recent comments, saying it’s absurd to even think about it.
In a statement issued recently through his attorney, the former WWE Executive claimed that Janel Grant, the plaintiff, and he were both victims of the Vince McMahon scandal. Others who believe otherwise have responded to this. Teddy Long, a Hall of Famer, disagrees with the notion, saying it is untrue.
A WWE Hall of Famer has been seen “laugh all over the place”
Teddy Long explained why he didn’t believe John Laurinaitis’ assertion to be accurate on this week’s episode of Sportskeeda’s The Wrestling Time Machine, which is presented by Mac Davis.
“Listen, man, I don’t want to talk about this stuff because, as I always say, individuals are innocent unless and until proven guilty.
However, that simply makes me giggle uncontrollably… Is he attempting to get on TV to make jokes or promote a comedy show? It’s funny,” Long said.
“Like I said, I’m not saying anything about it, but in my opinion,” he went on. It’s just my opinion, but I think he is guilty. That is only my opinion.” Vince Russo speculates that Ari Emanuel and TKO may have had an impact on John Laurinaitis’s most recent remarks.
As the WWE veteran said on Sportskeeda Wrestling’s Writing with Russo, “You know what it means to me? What does that seem like to me, do you know? He’s going to sing like a canary, saying, “I’m singing in the rain.” All of a sudden, you have to ask yourself once more: If Laurinaitis is a victim, then of whom? It’s obvious that Vince McMahon has victimized you.
You now have to pose the question to yourself. “Did Ari Emanuel reach out to John Laurinaitis during the TKO? Come on, that sounds like me saying he’s going to sing like the canary, but you ain’t going to get a job for the rest of your life,” Russo said.