WWE went through massive amount of changes in a very short span of time. Vince McMahon returned to the company, and many are wondering how far-reaching his control is going to be this time around. It turns out that he’s already been sending out notes.

According to an update on Fightful’s paywall, Vince McMahon is rumored to already be sending messages to different departments in WWE to inform them that they’re not doing things correctly. It was also noted that there is a huge difference between Triple H and Vince McMahon’s leadership styles.

The roster morale and reception to Stephanie McMahon and Nick Khan as compared to Vince McMahon has been night and day.

Even Triple H’s guidance has led to talent and staff telling us that work is more fun for them, while we’ve heard rumors that Vince McMahon has already sent word to some departments to say they’re doing things wrong since his return.


It was not noted which departments are receiving these messages. Since he is Chairman of the Board of Directors once again, Mr. McMahon’s word has a considerable amount of weight to it.

Vince McMahon wrote into the company bylaws that they cannot carry on with a new media rights deal unless the majority shareholder approves. Since he is the majority shareholder, Mr. McMahon found his way back into power. Now, we will have to see how long it takes before his fingerprints are noticed in creative.

Obviously, the story of Vince McMahon in WWE will continue. Only time will tell where and how it ends. Keep checking back with Ringside News as we continue covering this ongoing story.

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H Jenkins

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