Vince McMahon decided to step down as the CEO of WWE in July this year. As a result, Stephanie McMahon and Nick Khan have been installed as co-CEOs while Triple H has taken full charge of the creative. But recent reports suggest that Vince is willing to make an emphatic comeback to WWE. He is said to be of the opinion that “bad advice” provoked him to quit from WWE.
Speaking on Jim Cornette’s Drive Thru, the former wrestling manager shared his honest thoughts on the situation. He explained that the veteran’s return would not be a wise move as talents in the company are very happy working under Triple H. It is to be noted that The Game has brought back a number of underutilized talents who did not get to showcase themselves properly under Vince McMahon.
“All we’ve been talking about for a couple of months now or more, guys want to go back and work for Triple H. I think he’s brought back some that he probably has buyer’s remorse on some that he’s brought back, but they want to come back and work for him. And some more will follow. You know, Regal, etc. They didn’t want to work for Vince because he had gone out of his mind and Max Dupree was an example, and Ezekiel.”
“It’s bad creatively because RAW or SmackDown is not setting the world on fire with the ratings either, but at least they are trying to do something to get out of that goofy funk they were in the last little while with Vince.”
Corntette also professed that nobody can stop Vince if he has already made up his mind on returning. He further explained that the 77-year-old might have got bored sitting at home and now wants to get back at the helm.