So Far, WWE Is No-Commenting the Revival of the Jimmy Snuka-Nancy Argentino Story

Published May 3rd, 2013, Uncategorized

As we announced last week, Concussion Inc. will be publishing our newest ebook, JUSTICE DENIED: The Untold Story of Nancy Argentino’s Death in Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka’s Motel Room, a week from today, May 10. All proceeds from Amazon Kindle and email direct orders will be donated, at the direction of the Argentino family, to My Sisters’ Place, a center for women’s shelters and support programs in White Plains, New York.

On April 26, in preparation for publication, I emailed the following to WWE Inc.:

“* In Jimmy Snuka’s recently published autobiography, Don Muraco is quoted saying he called Vince McMahon about Nancy Argentino’s death, and Mr. McMahon immediately drove down to Allentown from Connecticut. First, please confirm Mr. Muraco’s account. Second, did Mr. McMahon drive back to Connecticut following the TV taping at the Lehigh County Agricultural Hall, and then find himself having to turn around and drive back to Pennsylvania?

* According to the Argentino family, Nancy’s mother was called by someone at TitanSports/World Wrestling Federation and offered $25,000. Please provide information on contacts between WWE’s predecessor company and the Argentino family following Nancy’s death, and the nature of those contacts.”

There has been no reply. If WWE legal attack dog Jerry McDevitt invites me back into the cage, I’ll let y’all know.

I’m aware of at least two newspaper reporters who are working on stories for the 30th anniversary of Jimmy Snuka’s role in Nancy Argentino’s mysterious death.

 
Irv Muchnick
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