Vince McMahon not allowed at WWE headquarters

According to former WWE employee Tom Carlucci, Vince McMahon is not permitted in WWE’s new headquarters. Carlucci, who began working with WWE in January 1988 and served in various roles over three decades, shared this information during an appearance on The Insiders podcast with host Conrad Thompson.

“He can’t even walk in the building,” Carlucci said. “That’s crazy that you drive by that building, you got the big championship belt, he always wanted those from day one, Conrad. Cause we were in two different buildings, you had the corporate office off exit nine, and then we’re right down the street from the corporate office, our big production studio. He always wanted us under one roof. That was his dream to have us under one roof. The dream came and he’s not even a part of it anymore.”

Carlucci added that McMahon is also barred from the WWE headquarters gym, which he had helped design alongside his longtime trainer, Michael A. Monteforte.

“The gym was created for Vince. He designed the gym with his trainer Mike, who I know really well. He can’t even go in that gym anymore. He can’t step foot anywhere. Every meeting that goes on over there, everybody asks, ‘Is Vince coming?’ ‘You’ll never see Vince here again,’ from the TKO people.”

Carlucci then voiced his frustration with Paul Heyman for “burying” McMahon during his Hall of Fame speech the Friday before WrestleMania 40.

“He’s the legacy and that’s what killed me about WrestleMania was, everybody just buried Vince,” Carlucci said. “Heyman buried Vince, ‘I’m with Triple H now and..’ Like, does Paul remember who bailed Heyman out back in the day? Vince. Who made Triple H Triple H? Great guy, I’m not saying anything bad about Triple H but if it wasn’t for Vince, half the guys wouldn’t even be there making the money they made. And then you’re going to put the boots to him? Making him guilty before the trial even happens and saying you’re a Paul Levesque guy? There would be no WrestleMania without Vince so it is crazy that you talk about his legacy and now he’s just alone, he’s alone.”

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