Vince McMahon is well aware that his company is in a difficult situation. This caused him to change things up in a huge way.
Ringside News has also learned that Vince McMahon’s frustration will very likely see wide sweeping ramifications. It could end up hurting younger Superstars. Pulling the trigger on Edge vs Randy Orton prior to SummerSlam isn’t the only thing McMahon is doing to get instant results.
It was told to us that Paul Heyman was building Superstars of tomorrow, but Vince McMahon wanted the star power today. The new situation looks like younger Superstars are not going to be pushed up the card, “or even worse, fed to the established stars.”
Fans who pay attention will definitely see some creative changes in the next few weeks. With Paul Heyman gone there isn’t someone backstage in a position of influence who is pulling for those younger Superstars.
Paul Heyman had his select Superstars that he was pushing. Those Superstars included The Street Profits, Aleister Black, Apollo Crews, Zelina Vega and her stable. There are others who he was behind as well. Some Superstars on the red team are a bit worried right now and they have a good reason to be.