A little over a week ago, Vince McMahon announced his retirement from WWE. The now former Chairman of the company has decided to take a step back, leaving both fans and insiders speechless. Vince was not having a good time due to the numerous accusations that have rained down on him in the last few weeks.
A Wall Street Journal investigation revealed that McMahon had given $3 million to a former employee with whom he had had an extramarital affair. Over the next few days, it was discovered that several other women had been silenced by means of similar agreements.
The role of Vince was taken over by his daughter Stephanie and Nick Khan, while Triple H was put in charge of the creative team. The Game decided to leave wrestling after undergoing heart surgery in September 2021. In the latest edition of the 'Tru Heel Heat' podcast, Dutch Mantell said that HHH will be open to hearing new ideas and will allow talent to grow.
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“I understand the general amazement, but that's how companies work. Vince McMahon was in the eye of the storm and was damaging the image of the WWE, so a change, of course, was needed. Any company would have done the same.
I think things will improve with this new organization chart” - Mantell analyzed. “Triple H will bring a new spirit and will be open to listening to the proposals of the athletes. Superstars will be less scared than they were in Vince McMahon's time.
I think The Game and Stephanie will do great things together ”- he added. Dutch also talked about Big E's future: “His injury was really terrible. I think he was lucky not to be paralyzed. I wish him the best because health comes first.
Such an accident can very well ruin your life forever. We don't know exactly what went wrong with him during that sequence. I hope Big E will recover 100% and be back in the ring soon”. Recently, AEW founder and owner Tony Khan expressed his concerns about how open Triple H and Stephanie McMahon would be to working with his company.
"I'm not sure if that's the case, but I would certainly be open to talking with pretty much any wrestling promotion in the world about how to work together if the circumstances are right," said Khan. "We've worked with, I would say, in terms of securing footage or providing talent with probably a dozen companies around the world, including Ring of Honor before I was the owner when they were owned by Sinclair."