In recent weeks we have seen numerous shakeups that have brought the historic Chairman: Vince McMahon back to the top of the WWE leadership. After the resignation of former CEO Stephanie McMahon, Ric Flair also wanted to express all his dissent in the departure of Vince's youngest daughter, speaking to the microphones of the latest episode of his personal podcast, To Be The Man podcasts.
In his speech, Ric Flair said: "Yes and currently I'm bitter. I really like Stephanie. I posted a tweet just yesterday. She is one of the top 10 heels in the history of our business. I have no problem saying that. I mean, I thought it before her and I told her too.
And she was there with that smile on her mouth, but she's so good. friend. And I mean she, obviously, she was a really phenomenal ambassador."
Ric Flair on Stephanie McMahon
According to reports from multiple sources inside WWE in recent days to various online media, it seemed that Vince McMahon was doing everything to return to having the exact same power he had before in his company, with the CDA welcoming him back in recent days , but with his contribution on a creative level that is not yet supported by the other managers.
According to the latest information that has emerged from the various Dave Meltzer and Sean Ross Sapp of the Wrestling Observer and Fightful sites, at the moment Triple H would continue to have full creative power in his hands, but the situation could soon change drastically, with the intent of the 'former Chairman who would like to go back to directing the creative sector, as he has done in the last almost 40 years.
According to what was stated in the last few hours by the Ringside News site, which spoke to various sources within the company, all of them would be sincerely concerned and certain that sooner or later Vince McMahon will return to fully manage the creative part as well, after having seen him disappear from the scene for only a few months.
Most insiders would be almost resigned to the idea that McMahon is back to stay and will certainly succeed in his intent. Former WWE star Rene Dupree recently claimed that Stephanie McMahon and Paul Heyman disliked each other.
"I know she didn't like Paul Heyman. Paul Heyman didn't like her, yeah. He was very vocal about the fact that they didn't like each other. But if I were to pick one, I'd pick Stephanie over Paul," he said.
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