Jim Cornette reflects on Vince McMahon's future



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Jim Cornette reflects on Vince McMahon's future

Jim Cornette has expressed his views on why Vince McMahon appeared on Raw. The celebrity announcer revealed that the WWE CEO will never leave the company despite allegations against him. Although in fact, he is currently under investigation by the WWE Board of Directors and has officially resigned his resignation as CEO, Vince McMahon has not strayed from the public eye and has also made appearances in recent episodes of Raw and SmackDown.

Jim Cornette opens up on Vince McMahon

In an update on his Youtube channel, Jim Cornette spoke about Vince McMahon's refusal to stay out of the spotlight and WWE shows. Cornette then talked about the difference between him and Vince McMahon, saying that he is much happier living a life outside of wrestling than the former CEO: "He will never go away, and the difference between me and Vince, plus billions of dollars and the variety of other differences is that I am so happy to go out in my garden not knowing what I am doing or where I am.

I don't care, but Vince does. He doesn't want to go anywhere and can't stay away from WWE." In addition, Jim Cornette also spoke very harshly about Ronda Rousey: “She returned to the ring without having spent much time even in training, this is evident.

I'm thinking maybe Ronda does what suits her best. After becoming a big star in the UFC and MMA world, she had a chance to make a lot of money by signing a deal with WWE and she didn't think twice. To me, she is not really interested in this business.

I don't think she has fun in the ring, in fact, I think it's just the opposite. Her promos about her are disastrous, she doesn't have a minimum of personality and she doesn't do anything to improve”. On the podcast, the WWE Hall of Famer also recalled his chat with Vince McMahon.

He described how the WWE Chairman told him he could keep using the suplexes because he was safe with them: "Well, not for me in particular, because Vince McMahon pulled me aside and told me, 'Listen, I know that 90% of your repertoire is suplexes, and I want you to keep them because I know you're safe with them.

You never land anybody on their head, and I trust you that you will continue to do a good job.' So he allowed me to continue to do my belly-to-belly suplex and my German suplexes."