In recent months, WWE would have started a truly remarkable work of re-founding and changing its rosters, with the various releases and layoffs of the company that would be part of a very large project, which the McMahons have been carrying out for months now and which it seems it may not even be finished yet.
After eliminating several dead branches of its organization chart, going to entrust different roles to a single person, especially in the management of the company, WWE is planning to save as much as possible from these cuts, with someone who is now carrying on the theory of sale/sale of the WWE for months, but without a concrete confirmation in reality yet.
Vince McMahon is looking to replenish the main rosters of RAW and SmackDown in the weeks ahead after several rounds of releases this year. NXT talent such as Shotzi Blackheart, Scarlett, NXT Champion Karrion Kross, and North American Champion Bronson Reed have already worked dark matches prior to RAW and SmackDown, with the latter two working singles matches that aired on WWE Main Event last week.
But this appears to be just the tip of the iceberg.
Vince McMahon is back as a WWE talent scout
Apparently, although the WWE now has a truly well-stocked talent scouting sector, with Samoa Joe at the moment also among the professionals who go to look for young emerging talents in the independents and in the development sector of the company, the Chairman himself would have decided to return to the field after years of inactivity in this sector.
In the coming days, in fact, a visit by the same WWE patron to the Performance Center in Orlando is scheduled, where Vince McMahon will personally evaluate several young people on the launch pad, considering for them a future contract with the Stamford-based company.
Fightful Select podcast reported, "This increased influence on scouting has led several major names in the company to personally descend to the Orlando Performance Center to select talent, with Vince McMahon scheduled to be there this week, with Thursday being the allotted date." In addition to Vince McMahon, Bruce Prichard and Johnny Ace (John Laurinaitis) will also be present on the same day at the WWE PC, with the talents who will surely go out of their way to show off, so you can imagine fighting in the WWE rings that matter.
in some time, with a dream come true, as has already happened to many of the WWE talents who now work on the main roster.