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Jim Ross Says WWE Banning Vickie Guerrero Is A "Mickey Mouse" Move

Posted By: Ben Kerin on Jun 01, 2020

Jim Ross Says WWE Banning Vickie Guerrero Is A "Mickey Mouse" Move

Vickie Guerrero has reportedly got heat backstage among senior WWE executives for frequently appearing on AEW television over the past few weeks.

She was last seen as part of Chris Jericho’s Pep Rally on the past Wednesday's Dynamite.

In a conversation with Conrad Thompson on the Grilling JR podcast, Jim Ross revealed Vickie is falling out of favor with WWE because she appeared on an episode of AEW Dark.

Here is what he had to say:

"How Mickey Mouse is that sh*t?  You’re going to take her off for being on a YouTube show?  Did she say anything disparaging regarding your brand? Not a damn word.  You got to be sh*tting me.  That’s incredulous to me that we are even talking about that because you would think, that can’t be true Conrad.  

Vickie would not have said she had been cut off, whatever that means.  What it meant was it probably she is just not going to get anymore bookings. She probably hasn’t been under contract for quite some time, but it is just childish.  I’m embarrassed to even think about how that was, after all she had gone through with that company. 

She delivered the goods for three years.  She was a significant character on television as any new talent that WWE had in a long time."

Source: Grilling JR podcast
Tags: #aew #wwe #jim ross #vickie guerrero

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