Theory's crisis doesn't stop

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Theory's crisis doesn't stop

In late July, the wrestling world was shocked by the news of Vince McMahon's retirement. The now former WWE Chairman has decided to step aside, complicit in advancing age and the heavy accusations that have come down on him in recent times.

His right-hand man John Laurinaitis - former head of talent relations - has also been banned from the Stamford federation. Vince's place was taken by his daughter Stephanie and Nick Khan, while Triple H became the new head of the creative team.

The 14-time world champion immediately gave his creative touch to the shows, as well as bringing several stars back to the company who had been released. Among those who have not benefited from the advent of The Game, there is certainly Theory.

Austin has suffered several losses in the past few weeks, succumbing quite sharply to Drew Mcintyre, Kevin Owens and Bobby Lashley. As if that weren't enough, Theory was damaged by Tyson Fury's interference with Clash at the Castle just before he could cash in his briefcase.

Jim Cornette comments on Theory

In the latest edition of his now famous podcast, Jim Cornette analyzed how WWE is handling Theory's character. "What has this boy done wrong?" Cornette asked himself. “It seemed clear that Austin was the chosen one.

He had taken possession of the Money in the Bank briefcase and was Vince McMahon's protégé. He has all the credentials to break through. Since Vince left, he has become a lackey. He has only that briefcase left, he does well to keep it tight.

It seems to me that WWE has started a demolition process against him” - he added. Jim also spoke of Logan Paul's rapid rise: “He has made great strides, but his victory against Roman Reigns in Saudi Arabia would not be credible.

The 'Tribal Chief' has been the undisputed leader of the company for a couple of years and not even Brock Lesnar has been able to stop him. Logan has shown great things in recent months, but we are talking about an athlete who has played just two matches in his entire career”.

Top WWE Superstar Austin Theory recently shared his thoughts on the head of creative Triple H's decision to revert his ring name to its original form. "There’s a bunch of things being said, but to me, I actually like Theory.

I really do like it”. Theory added, “It’s one of those things at first where you’re like, ‘Ah!,’ you know. But for me, Austin is my real first name. And Austin Theory’s what I’ve always said in promos. Even sometimes too, I’ll do podcasts and catch myself saying Austin Theory."

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