Vince McMahon is a very busy man. He has a lot on his plate, and he is also the deciding factor on everything that happens during his television programs. Aiden English was released from WWE on April 15th, but he remembers his time in WWE well.
While speaking to Inside The Ropes, Aiden English explained how hard it is to get a moment with Vince McMahon. He is in his office working on many different things throughout the day. It is much easier to get Triple H’s ear because he is out on the floor.
It’s nothing out of the ordinary to see a line of Superstars outside of Vince McMahon’s office door. The trick is knowing how to take advantage of the time he is able to give.
“Vince McMahon has a million things to do. Hunter was great because he’s out there on the floor, helping put the show together. He’s hands-on. Vince does all the business stuff, dealing with that on TV days, as well as trying to get the shows written. It is hard. A lot of the stories of ‘waiting outside the office door’ and hoping to catch him at the right time. You don’t want to be the person knocking when he’s about to have dinner. It’s patience, picking the right moments. I was probably nervous and I didn’t try to get in there enough, early on. Later, I would do that. When I was on my own, I did a better job. Anybody who really wants to make a good go of it, he’s the person you need a good rapport with.”
Vince McMahon pushed to break up the Rusev Day stable and it happened despite them fighting to keep the act together. English was then soon moved to 205 Live as a color commentator.
It makes us wonder how things would have been different for him if he would have known how to approach The Chairman.
Thanks to Fightful for the quote