Road Dogg: "Vince McMahon has trolled the whole world"

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Road Dogg: "Vince McMahon has trolled the whole world"

In a long conversation on Sportskeeda, WWE Hall of Famer Road Dogg expressed his point of view on this thorny affair and about Vince McMahon. Road Dogg analyzed: "Nothing sensational happened, WWE has always handled scandals this way.

Vince McMahon is a genius creatively and knows exactly how this business works. He trolled the whole world by showing up on TV. He is the King of wrestling and he wanted to reaffirm it through those appearances. I am not saying that he is right or wrong, but who is without sin cast the first stone.

From what I understand, the ratings have improved thanks to Vince. I tuned in to watch those shows myself and was glued to the TV until the main event." Road Dogg also talked about Sasha Banks: "From my point of view, Sasha had unrealistic expectations for her character.

I understand Banks and Naomi's frustration, but you need to take a broader view and not just consider your own interests. The fact that you are unhappy does not justify certain actions. Sasha and Naomi's ego has taken over reason."

What happened

Vince McMahon isn't doing very well. The now former WWE president is undergoing an internal investigation for giving $ 3 million to a former employee with whom he began an extramarital affair. Vince was forced to give up his role, which was hired by his daughter Stephanie until the investigation was completed.

According to former WWE manager Jim Cornette, the possibility of McMahon selling the company is not so remote: "The company would struggle enormously without Vince at the helm. I have criticized him a myriad of times on a creative level, but I believe that without him the WWE can be sold and maybe the new buyers will turn it into something totally different."

Despite the delicacy of the situation and the enormous pressure on his shoulders, Vince appeared on both SmackDown and Raw, displacing everyone.