Vice documentary about WWE’s Vince McMahon premieres in December

WWE fans now have a release date for Vice’s Vince McMahon documentary titled The Nine Lives of Vince McMahon (via Wrestling Observer). The two-hour documentary will air Dec. 13 at 9 p.m. EST, after an initial delay as the project was originally set to air on Oct. 18. It was delayed due to NXT and AEW Dynamite simulcasts in that previous slot and is now coming next month. Wrestling Observer’s Bryan Alvarez and Dave Meltzer were interviewed for the documentary and probably won’t be the only notable names to appear in the project.

It’s clear from the title of Nine Lives that the documentary will focus on McMahon’s overall career and leadership of the WWE and how it has evolved over the past year. paid the various women millions in secret money.

Eventually, he would step down from his duties as WWE President and Chief Creative Officer, with Stephanie McMahon and Nick Khan as co-CEOs, while Triple H would take over the creative department. Since then, WWE has undergone some welcome changes and has seen the return of several previously released by the company in a series of talent cuts.

As for McMahon, there are other networks working on documentaries. HBO Real Sports is developing a Vince McMahon storyline that will one day appear on the show, and Netflix previously worked with WWE on a Vince documentary, but that stalled when the allegations began. It has since disappeared from the channel’s internal archive, and that’s after a significant amount of money has already been spent and interviews completed. Whether this will ever see the light of day remains to be seen.

There’s still some ambiguity about Vice’s popular wrestling series, Dark Side of the Ring, and co-creator Jason Eisener has provided a small update on what’s going on and other wrestling content.

“It’s something I can’t answer yet, but it’s not… We’re definitely considering more Dark Side of the Ring,” Eisener said. “It is certainly something that we hope will be considered in the future. But now we are gearing up for the release of Tales From The Territories… But yes, there will be many more wrestling documentaries to come. “It will come out of me.”

Source: La Neta Neta

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