Many nins believe in Vince McMahon's farewell



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Many nins believe in Vince McMahon's farewell

In the latest edition of the Two Men Power Trip of Wrestling podcast, well-known ring announcer Tony Chimel admitted that he didn't fully believe in Vince's retirement. "I can't see Vince McMahon on a Florida beach doing nothing.

He may have actually retired, but I struggle to think he has no contact with WWE anymore. The company would never have become as we know it today without his. Brilliant intuition. Doesn't he really have anything to do with company anymore? Doesn't he talk business with Stephanie, Shane and Hunter? It seems very strange to me.

Wrestling is his world, it's his whole life. I can't think he's given up. his creature from one day to the next. I find it hard to believe that he no longer has a say in the matter." Echoes former WWE writer Vince Russo: "I'll never believe Vince's goodbye.

The reason I'm so firmly convinced of what I'm saying is that I've worked closely with that man for years. I know. who has nothing else in life besides wrestling."

Many nins believe in Vince McMahon's farewell

Vince McMahon announced his resounding retirement last July, sparking a myriad of reactions in every corner of the world.

The heavy accusations that have come down on him in recent times have certainly affected his decision to come forward. It is no coincidence that his right-hand man John Laurinaitis, a prominent figure and former head of talent relations, was also dismissed.

Vince's place was taken by his daughter Stephanie and Nick Khan, while Triple H became the new head of the creative team. The 14-time world champion, who retired from wrestling wrestling shortly before WrestleMania 38, wasted no time and immediately gave his creative touch to the shows.

In addition to transferring some of NXT's talents to the main roster, The Game has fostered the return to the company of several stars who had been released.