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WWE Reaching Settlement to “Quiet” Mauro Ranallo


Mauro Ranallo has not issued any statement regarding his departure from WWE and his issues regarding JBL. The reason for that is because he has a Non-Disclosure Agreement while he is under contract with WWE. His deal is going to expire in August so he will be free to do interviews at that time.

The Wrestling Observer is reporting that the belief is that WWE is cooking up a settlement with Ranallo that would include him not to go and publicly talk about the issue at hand. This story has become a PR nightmare for WWE with major media outlets covering it recently.

WWE’s own Be A Star (the anti-bullying campaign/organization run by WWE) and their affiliates have received media inquiries about this story but, as of this news report, WWE has yet to comment on it.

Dave Meltzer did note that a number of former talent have reached out to him with negative stories on JBL. Justin Barrasso of Sports Illustrated has been in contact with former talent of the company, but most of them are not willing to speak out due to burning a bridge with WWE

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