Vince Russo on the relationship between Triple H and Vince McMahon

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Vince Russo on the relationship between Triple H and Vince McMahon

The surprise debut in the penultimate episode of Karrion Kross' Monday Night Raw has left WWE Universe fans stunned. The NXT star appeared out of nowhere on the red show, arrived without Scarlett in his corner and sensationally lost on his debut to Jeff Hardy.

No one expected a defeat on Karrion Kross' debut on the main roster and for this reason, several criticisms came. This week, more and more former NXT star has beaten Keith Lee in a Singles Match, but precisely the management of the latter makes it clear how perhaps the WWE and in particular Vince McMahon are still not able to better manage the talents of the show yellow and gold.

Vince Russo speculated that the unsatisfactory stints of NXT stars on the main roster could be due to issues between Triple H and Vince McMahon's camps. Russo noted that he doesn't underestimate the people working at WWE as he felt they were all capable of creating a compelling product.

However, the former WWE head writer stated that there is "stuff going on" politically within the company that hinders NXT wrestlers from shining on RAW and SmackDown.

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During the last episode of Legion of Raw on Sportkeeda Wrestling, the former member of the Raw creative team Vince Russo discussed with Dr.

Chris Featherstone and the two talked about the match won by Kross on Keith Lee. Here are the words of Russo in particular: "Guys I'm saying that, but it's something that WWE will never really leak. They will never show what is going on but I think there is something between Vince McMahon and Triple H.

These people are neither stupid nor inept, they know very well what they are doing and why they are doing it. There is something political and I can't imagine what can happen if Stephanie sides with Triple H against her father.

If that happens it will lead to a terrible fight and I think Vince could ruin them. Vince could definitely put an end to this story "Vince Russo has made it clear that the creative team loves to try NXT stars on the main roster and see what happens and therefore it would not make sense to see NXT top stars enter the main roster and lose."