In recent weeks, WWE has been shaken by the decision by the now-former Chairman of the company Vince McMahon to retire from the world of wrestling and any possible role. The company is now run by Triple H and his wife Stephanie McMahon in the first place and in recent days WWE Universe insiders and fans have already felt some changes.
This Monday, there was an episode of Monday Night Raw, the first after SummerSlam and there were various reactions to it, some especially positive. During the last episode of Legion of RAW, broadcast on Sportkeeda Wrestling, the former creative of the red show Vince Russo made surprising statements: "Guys, I'm only here for one reason and to clarify the truth to everyone.
I don't want to be like other writers or shows who really want to believe it, the truth is another. Everyone wants to believe that Triple H is in charge of WWE's Creative Team, but that's not the case and I want to make that clear to you all.
Triple H is not responsible for creativity, Vince McMahon still decides everything, wherever he is. Everything that happens in Stamford passes through Vince's hands."
Vince Russo reflects on Vince McMahon
In the last episode, many noticed changes within the show, due according to some precisely to the recent decision to leave the creative team in the hands of Triple H.
Vince Russo, on the other hand, went against the grain and explained his point of view: "Nothing has changed, this is the exact same show. Maybe we will examine it and there will be some small differences but nothing has changed.
Don't be overwhelmed by the enthusiasm and saying Triple H is changing everything and rewriting this show, I already read that they say this is a better show but frankly I think I would be an idiot emeritus to say this, nothing has changed."
And if you really believe this Triple H thing in charge, it must be said that it cannot be changed in a few days. It would take at least three months to accomplish all this." On the latest PWTorchVIP.com audio show, Wade Keller reported that Becky Lynch wouldn't have turned face if Vince McMahon was still in charge.
After McMahon's retirement, Triple H took the call to turn her face: "I can now confirm Becky was not gonna turn if Vince McMahon was still in control. That was a Paul Levesque call. I just got confirmation on that. She would have been a heel as we're talking right now if McMahon was still running things. So, one big change early on there," reported Wade Keller.