Vince McMahon returned to WWE with the intention of selling his company. That being said, Vince McMahon hasn’t dabbled in creative yet, or appeared on television. Only time will tell when that changes.

Ringside News exclusively reported that Vince McMahon returned to his office in Stamford this week. He also brought back Brad Blum as his Chief of Staff, a month and a half after WWE canned him. Needless to say, Mr. McMahon’s power within the company is still far-reaching.

Kevin Dunn denied that Vince McMahon had his hand in creative. That is not to say that things can’t change, because any WWE fans knows that they plans can always change.

Mike Johnson addressed a question he received on PW Insider regarding Vince McMahon’s return to television. There is no official word on what Vince McMahon will do, but Johnson would be willing to place money on Mr. McMahon showing up during the 30th anniversary of RAW.


No one knows what Vince will do what Vince. The T-Rex has escaped the pen!  However, if I was a betting man, I’d probably bet he appears in some fashion on the 30th anniversary of Raw on 1/23 in Philly.

WWE has already booked plenty of special appearances for RAW’s 30th Anniversary episode. Shawn Michaels, Tatanka, and more are supposed to be there. It remains to be seen whether fans will see Vince McMahon’s face during the show, but there’s a very good chance that fans will hear his “No Chance In Hell” theme song once again.

Vince McMahon is certainly making moves, so anything could change by the time January 23rd rolls around. We will continue monitoring this ongoing story here at Ringside News.

What’s your take on Vince McMahon’s WWE return? Sound off in the comments!

Felix Upton

Felix Upton is a seasoned writer with over 30 years of experience. He began his career writing advertisements for local newspapers in New York before transitioning to publishing news for Ringside News. His expertise includes writing, editing, research, photo editing, and video editing. In his free time, he enjoys bungee jumping and learning extinct languages.

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