The Game was named the top person in charge of WWE Creative after Vince McMahon retired. Shawn Michaels and Road Dogg were made senior vice presidents of live events, with the former serving as the head booker for NXT. WWE veteran Dan Severn recently pointed out how those poor role models are running WWE.
Dan Severn recently expressed his opinions on Triple H’s ascent to prominence in the WWE along with Shawn Michaels, Road Dogg, and other DX stablemates. In an interview with Riju Dasgupta, Severn discussed the significant managerial restructuring at WWE.
During the Attitude Era, Severn, who worked in the promotion from 1997 to 1999, made fun of Triple H, Shawn Michaels, and Road Dogg as poor role models. He said that all one could do was laugh it off and watch how things change over time.
Well, again, when you look at the comedicness of what they were at one point in time as just regular showmen and now to be in that role, you almost wanna laugh about it because they were such poor role models [laughs] and now they are the leadership,
One of the biggest complaints in WWE, when Vince McMahon was still in charge, was certainly the lack of direction and how plans changed at the last minute for no rhyme or reason. Even today, WWE has to deal with the unexpected when it comes to planning out their television storylines. You can watch the full interview below.
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