Kevin Owens and Becky Lynch call sexual allegations against McMahon “horrible” and “terrible”

In comments given to the Daily Mail while they were in Australia for the Elimination Chamber, both Kevin Owens and Becky Lynch described the sexual allegations against Vince McMahon as horrible and terrible.

The media has been asking WWE Superstars about the topic, and while Triple H was evasive during the Royal Rumble post-show press conference, WWE Superstars have spoken more freely about the subject when asked.

Owens said that everything that came out is awful and just terrible.

“There’s really no words to describe how sad this makes me feel,” he said. “If the people spoke out went through what they went through, that’s terrible. It’s shameful and it can’t ever happen again. That’s what it comes down to.”

Former Raw and Smackdown Women’s champion Becky Lynch also said that it’s a horrible thing.

“These allegations are horrible and it’s hard to reconcile as a talent and as a woman. But, my experience in WWE has only ever been amazing,” she said, noting that she’s been fortunate in her career that she’s always felt supported.

Randy Orton also recently discussed the subject, saying that everything that he read hurts his heart while John Cena took a more cautious approach and said that Vince is human and made some f*cking terrible mistakes but for now he’s going to love the man he loves and wait until all facts are out.

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