Lana has shot down the recent rumour that Aiden English’s Milwaukee accusation is somehow related to a secret tryst she had with The Rock in 2016.
On SmackDown this past Tuesday night, English questioned Lana’s integrity when he asked her if she was going to tell Rusev about “what happened in Milwaukee” before dropping the mic and leaving.
Speculation has mounted since about what exactly English was referring to, with a 2016 Rock promo in which he reminded Lana about the night he taught her the “Wisconsin Wheelbarrow” used as evidence in the case for Rock being involved in the angle.
English’s declaration that he would provide “video evidence” of her indiscretion, whatever it may be, only added fuel to that fire.
Lana has addressed and vehemently denied these claims on the Domenick Nati Show, angrily stating:
“A lot of this stuff online and people questioning about The Rock… This is 2018, why do we go to that immediately? I know that we love a good scandal and we love the gossip, but when all of this comes out, there’s going to be no proof. I’m going to be having the last laugh.
This should be a lesson to everyone in socienty. First of all it’s not okay to be slut-shaming people or to be saying these types of things towards women with the #MeToo movement and #TimeIsUp. We’re so past that and I hope that all of these people will learn that it’s not okay to say or assume certain things.”
Lana then denied that there would be any video coming out of her having sexual relations with another WWE wrestlers, dismissing it as “soap opera” and “gossip”.
She went onto talk about the internal power structure within WWE, confirming that she and the rest of the roster have very little say in what they deliver on screen.
“I would say it’s 100 percent up to Vince McMahon. He is our director. We’re kind of a canvas. We have to make it our own but Vince McMahon is the director of the TV show. It’s our jobs to bring what they want us to do to life. It’s a collaboration with creative but at the end of the day, he has final say and approval over everything.”
WrestleTalk would like to thank Wrestling Inc. for transcribing this interview