Sarah Logan recalls the time she growled at Vince McMahon. The former WWE star had an amusing encounter with Vince McMahon during her time with WWE.
Sarah Logan made her way to the main roster as part of the Riott Squad back in 2016. The faction split back in 2018 and Logan remained with the company until 2020. She was released after WrestleMania 36 along with several others due to budget cuts.
The former WWE star recently appeared on this week’s Oral Sessions podcast with Renee Paquette. She narrated several stories from her time with the company including when she asked Vince if she could stop wearing makeup. The most amusing however, was when she growled at Vince McMahon due to a misunderstanding.
Sarah Logan recalls the time she growled at Vince McMahon
“We were at Tribute to the Troops and my mind’s blown because I come from a very military background family. And Vince walks by with his entourage, and he goes, ‘Ladies [coughs],’ and I go, ‘Hi, sir! Grrrr [growl noise].’
“He stops and then keeps going, and Dory [Ruby Riott] grabs me and she goes, ‘Sarah, did you just growl at Vince McMahon?’ I was like, ‘He growled at me first.’ She was like, ‘Sarah, he was clearing his throat. He wasn’t growling at you.’ I thought we were doing like the you growl, I growl.”
— The Volume (@TheVolumeSports) August 17, 2021
Logan also revealed that she finds it hard to watch WWE because it is an “unclosed chapter” in her life.
“To be honest, it’s hard for me to watch WWE television because it’s an unclosed chapter in my life, in my opinion. But I never get anything but happy watching Ray’s (Erik Rowan) matches. I’ll watch RAW just so we can watch his match.”
Speaking of her last meeting with Vince McMahon, she admitted wanting to give her former boss a piece of her mind but chose to be professional instead.
“My final days in WWE, actually went into Vince’s office. I had it in my brain, ‘I’m gonna go in there and be mean and give a piece of my mind, and blah blah blah,’ and I went in there and was the most professional P.O.S. [piece of s***] that I have ever been in my life.”
“Again, wrestling doesn’t owe me anything at all. It’s given me more than I ever could have hoped for, and I went in there and I was like, ‘This is obviously my dream job. I lived it. It’s given me my best friend [Ruby Riott] and my husband [Erik], and now my child.’ I was like, ‘Just thank you, and I hope we meet again some day,’ and I shook his hand and left.’
“I couldn’t sit there and act like I was p****d. Was I heartbroken? Yes, but I had the best time of my life there and my life is still getting better. I’m 27, come on now!”
— Sarah Rowe (@SarahRowe) August 14, 2018
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