“Superstars Don’t Want to Work In WWE!” – Former WWE Superstar Calls Out Triple H for His Comments Over Women Wrestling

Published 07/11/2021, 2:07 PM EDT


Triple H commented about the WWE NXT department. He claimed that the best women wrestlers are working with WWE, and who aren’t working with the company want to work with WWE. Former WWE Superstar Mary Kanellis-Bennett has responded to this comment.

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During her talk with Inside The Ropes, she revealed that not everyone wants to work with the company. There are several women who don’t want to work with WWE, and have turned down offers from the company.

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“I think if he were honest with himself, he would realize that they aren’t the only place to work anymore and for a lot of people, they’re not even the place that they want to work. I’ve heard a lot of women comment to me. I have a couple within Ring of Honor right now that are under contract with us that were made offers by the WWE that turned them down.”

Mary Kanellis-Bennett has been working with the Ring of Honour Women’s Championship. She is dedicatedly working to move the division forward, and grow women’s wrestling overall.

Mary Kanellis-Bennett talks about the women’s wrestling coalition

During the same interview, the former WWE Superstar revealed how she knew women have branched out and wanting to work with other companies.

“In general, we all have communications about how things are going. How much we’re getting paid, and how well we’re treated, and so because of that community of women, the women’s wrestling coalition, as I like to call it, we have this underground network of boosting each other up and women’s wrestling matters and women want to do a really good job with the wrestling part of women’s wrestling.”

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According to Mary Kanellis-Bennett, the company does not determine the best wrestler, it’s the wrestler herself. Therefore, whether a wrestler is working with IMPACT, AEW, or even WWE, it won’t matter since the skills are within the wrestler.

“It’s just a matter of who that person is, not what company they work for. And I hope that over the next few months we’re able to see a couple of those women and Ring of Honor. But if not, it is something to work towards.”

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The former WWE Superstar has expressed her desire to bring women from various promotions for Ring of Honour Women’s Championship Tournament.

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Shuvangi Sen Chaudhury

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Shuvangi is a senior WWE and AEW author at EssentiallySports. She has over 1000 published WWE articles and also has experience in content operations with Forbes. Having completed her undergraduation from Royal Holloway, University of London, Shuvangi is closely aligned to the fitness industry, having amateur skills levels in tennis and basketball while rowing at a regatta level.

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