Professional wrestling is facing a reckoning as additional abuse allegations are being leveled against those in the industry. The allegations have exposed an ugly dark side of the business. AEW also announced that wrestler James Mcahren, known on-screen as Jimmy Havoc, will receive treatment for mental health and substance abuse issues. Mcahren was also accused of sexual and mental abuse, and AEW added that his status with the company will be readdressed when he gets out of rehab.
More Allegations of Abuse Surface Within Pro Wrestling Industry
WWE releases two wrestlers after sexual misconduct allegations - Sports Illustrated
Jeannine Mjoseth had a short but memorable career in professional wrestling. She was mentored by the Fabulous Moolah, a legend who held a world title for 28 years. Mjoseth prefers a different moniker for the late Moolah, real name Mary Lillian Ellison. It sounds too elegant. She was a pimp. Mjoseth, who in the s wrestled under the names Mad Maxine and Lady Maxine, said she saw Moolah prostitute female proteges.
Sex and wrestling: Mad Maxine shares seedy side of the sport
There are tough allegations involving children and sex at a Valley wrestling ring. The wrestling ring is located in Boaz in Marshall County, just off Highway After receiving tips from viewers about this wrestling ring, we started asking lots of questions.
By Bruce Haring. Wrestling stars from several federations, including the WWE , are being accused of sexual misconduct in online forums. The movement, loosely organized under the hashtag SpeakingOut, has already led to one wrestler having his contract terminated.