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    Patricia LoboFeb 18, 2024 at 2:58 am

    Thank you so much Colin ❤️ I remember watching WCCW in the 80′ s because I wanted to be cool like my friend and then we started to watch WWF/E and your perspective has nailed it …I remember how Mrs. Elizabeth would come in but you never knew who she was going to be “managing” and then they would bring back older wrestlers like Mae Young and Moolah ….but your article was enlightening and I can’t wait to read more articles from you…keep up the amazing work

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    Rick JFeb 16, 2024 at 12:07 pm

    Thank you Colin for that awesome article.
    I too have enjoyed wrestling since I was a young kid.
    It’s sad to see this occur and tarnish the whole wrestling industry.
    Keep the articles coming, really enjoy your writing.

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      Colin HoustonFeb 17, 2024 at 6:27 pm

      Thank you Rick! I totally agree, wrestling is honestly a very beautiful art form when done correctly, it sucks that people like Vince have given it somewhat of a bad name. Appreciate you reading my stuff!

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    Leland HicksFeb 16, 2024 at 11:02 am

    Very well written! I do have one question. It sounds like, from the last paragraph, you feel that everyone in any position of power/ authority within WWE at the time who did, should or could have known about Vince’s behavior needs to be removed. Do you not think that is a drastic step?

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      Colin HoustonFeb 16, 2024 at 11:24 pm

      Hi Leland, thanks for reading! I’m happy to clarify.

      I wouldn’t say I believe everyone who *could’ve* known about his behavior should be removed. What I meant was more to acknowledge that, while it’s hard to know who the particular individuals are who enabled Vince’s behavior, it seems fair to assume at this time there are a number of people in WWE who did know. Me bringing up Levesque in particular was primarily due to his extremely close relationship to Vince (e.g, he married Vince’s daughter), and so it’s hard for me to believe he didn’t have some idea of what was going on.

      With that said, I don’t necessarily think anyone in particular should be removed from WWE other than those directly implicated. My article was meant as more of a call to action for well-intentioned individuals in any organization to put a stop to bad behavior where they can, and to call out people who enable them as well.

      Thanks for asking the question! Definitely a point worth clarifying.