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WWE News: ESPN’s Michelle Beadle Says “No More WWE” Due To Triple H’s Backing Of Floyd Mayweather

Last night, the sports world was surrounded by big personalities. Some are controlled, but others clearly are not. The big ticket in town was the Floyd Mayweather vs. Manny Pacquiao fight. Many sports fans around the world consider yesterday the greatest day in sports. Well, WWE fans could agree, due to Triple H’s affiliation with Mayweather. Despite the grandeur of the event, a few big personalities led to a very-popular WWE fan to turn in her “fan card.”

Michelle Beadle, accomplished ESPN reporter and avid WWE fan, was scheduled to cover the Mayweather-Pacquiao fight last night. However, hours before the event was slated to start, she was denied her credentials by the camp of Floyd Mayweather. The WWE fan then took to Twitter and talked about her displeasure with the Mayweather camp, including the countless accusations of domestic violence by Mayweather.

In the end, it seemed that Beadle was caught in a misunderstanding, however that wasn’t the end for the WWE advocate at ESPN. This isn’t the first time Beadle had a “misunderstanding” with the WWE. In May of 2014, the saga with CM Punk and AJ Lee at Tribute to the Troops took place. Nobody remembers that now. However, Beadle remained very loyal to the WWE after that scenario took place.

It’s no secret that Triple H is a huge fan of Floyd Mayweather. According to the Twitter account of Michelle Beadle, the WWE will no longer get her support.

Everyone is entitled to their own opinion, which is why Beadle will not follow the WWE anymore. A follower of hers asked her if Triple H is the only representative of Mayweather and how she functions as a sports representative? Beadle responded with another tweet.

Beadle has a legitimate reason to be frustrated with the WWE and Triple H specifically. Every fan is entitled to his or her beliefs, like it was mentioned above. The United States of America allows people to have freedom of speech and expression. The former WWE fan is deciding to put her beliefs in front of her association with the brand. Will Beadle watch again? Perhaps, but that’s not her focus right now; her morals are.

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