In the latest edition of the Out of Character podcast, curated by Fox Sports host Ryan Satin, Seth Rollins and Becky Lynch have addressed a number of very interesting topics over the past few weeks that are grabbing great attention from WWE fans.
This inevitably also includes curiosity about what the former Universal Champion's life was like in this very early stage of the post-Vince McMahon's era. Well, his comments on the change of creative direction since Vince McMahon's son-in-law, Triple H, has in hand the company suggests that even before, life for him was not at all complex in WWE, with relations with the former Chairman absolutely.
diplomats. But it is equally clear that even established WWE veterans are now feeling less in control and perceiving a welcome renewal underway. Seth said: "I trusted Vince, but getting a breath of fresh air is really nice. With Vince, it was a double-edged sword: you knew exactly who to turn to, and there was confidence in that ...
If you could. to get a yes from him, nothing else mattered. On the other hand, he was everywhere. That was part of his genius, but it was also very stressful. "
Becky Lynch and Seth Rollins on WWE without Vince McMahon
More interesting still was Rollins' view that Triple H is essentially still shuffling the deck.
Not a small task, given the fact that he is taking care of it just after an authentic sports entertainment giant like Vince McMahon, a man who has been involved in the creative side of WWE for generations: "He's just starting to shape the board, with all his pieces still messed up right now.
Right now he's just putting all his pieces in place, and then we'll start marching. It's a wild change of course and super-abrupt, which caught us all off guard, including Triple H. But I'm very curious to see what the future will look like in three or six months.
It's not a cheap blow to Vince. It's just that the new is exciting. It's like stepping into a parallel universe." With more eyes than ever on the company, both creatively and in terms of operational conduct, Rollins, Lynch and the entire roster can only hope for the existing WWE universe and, if aggressive cross-promotion through partner networks like Fox and A&E its magic works, some curious converts will enter the unknown with them.