Vince McMahon has a lot on his plate as he runs every aspect of WWE. An old saying exists in the company that if McMahon could do every job himself then he would. He is a perfectionist and expects the same quality of work from everyone under his company’s banner. Triple H has a different tactic and is a bit more hands on with the talent, because he can be.

Killian Dain was a part of WWE’s recent wave of releases. He is waiting out his 90-day non-compete clause at the moment, but that day will come and Big Damo might start lighting up the indie scene.

While speaking to UnSKriped, Killian Dain discussed the difference between how Triple H and Vince McMahon handles things on a creative. McMahon doesn’t have nearly the time to dedicate toward being hands on, but Triple H does have that kind of time. It’s understandable because McMahon has a lot of other things to think about as Chairman of the Board.

“So, I would say Triple H is a little more hands-on a regular basis. So like, you will have way more access to Triple H for NXT than you would have Vince because Vince is you take away the fact that like he is going to be the head of the shows and whatever like that, he is also the CEO of the company. So, you’re asking; there’s a very small window that he is going to be available to be seen. That is problematic, I guess, for some people because they want to barge him, and he might not be there. So, I understand that might be difficult for people.”

“At the same time, it’s like I can’t imagine any other place in the world where you could actually go and have a conversation with the CEO of a company on a regular basis. So, you know, that’s me coming at it from a different perspective. But for me, working under Triple H was great because I find it really easy talking to him. Easy to understand what he was looking for.”

Killian Dain was not Vince McMahon’s kind of Superstar. He is big and able to do great things in the ring that other men his size can’t, but that didn’t win him any favors with McMahon in this instance.

Now Dain is waiting for his non-compete clause to expire so he can find out what else the pro wrestling world has to offer him. He certainly picked up a lot of experiences so far.

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Felix Upton

Felix Upton has been writing professionally since 1989. His first writing job was penning advertisements for local newspapers around New York. After selling his grandfather’s pinball repair shop back in 2017, he was hired on for publish news for Ringside News.

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