Chavo Guerrero speaks about Vince McMahon

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Chavo Guerrero speaks about Vince McMahon

Vince McMahon had returned to WWE thanks to the support of some executives to facilitate a sale of the federation. In recent days it had emerged that WWE could be sold to the PIF fund of Saudi Arabia, after numerous rumors recently circulated on social networks and on the web.

In an interview with Wrestling Inc. Senior Editor Nick Hausman, former WWE star and current professional wrestling trainer Chavo Guerrero shared his thoughts on Vince McMahon's return and WWE's future prospects in the event of a sale.

Chavo Guerrero reflects on Vince McMahon

On Vince McMahon's return, Chavo Guerrero said: "Look, Vince is a great businessman. I've always said that. He's the man who always puts away all his stuff and various personal problems for money.

If money is involved, he's starting to work his way in. He might have gotten an offer from that Saudi investment fund that's probably worth about $417 billion, so three, four, five billion dollars isn't a lot for them. actually maybe a few.

It would be like if I had $417,000 and I spent $5,000. It's nothing for the fund but for WWE it could be something fantastic if it goes through." However, Chavo Guerrero has raised a number of alarm signals about the future of the federation in the event of a sale.

Rumors that McMahon had reached an agreement with the Saudis to buy WWE have gradually been denied, but the chances that he will go through remain high. On the future of a WWE with Saudi owners: “What will happen when the Saudis take over everything… It will be just a toy for them and they won't care much, they will just play with it or they seriously want to make money with it.

It should be clarified the future in the event of a sale. In short, understand what will change". WWE Hall of Famer Sgt. Slaughter was full of praise for his old employer and took a surprising stance on his current role. "I feel that he's [Vince McMahon] still there and there's no way to keep him away as far as his knowledge of the business [goes].

If it wasn't for his knowledge, a lot of us wouldn't be doing the things we're doing today. I wish him all the best. He's always been a good friend to me. And then he became a boss and then he became a friend again. To me, he was part of my life and is the reason I'm sitting here talking to you, along with Harley Race."