Vince McMahon is regarded as a pioneer of the wrestling industry. McMahon is responsible for making WWE a Global Phenomenon. The Chairman was influential in the development of a wrestler and various storylines in the company. However, his creative approach was criticized by many in recent years and many wrestlers left the company due to lack of creative freedom. Now that Triple H is running the show, there are still some who stand fast on the idea that Vince McMahon wants to see his own fingerprints on things.

After Vince McMahon’s retirement last year, Triple H took over as the Creative head and oversaw many changes in the current product of the company. The Game received considerable praise for his work as the head of the creative of WWE.

However, after Vince McMahon’s return to the company earlier this year, fans fear that he might again take over as the creative head of the company. It has now been speculated that McMahon is involving himself in the creative aspect of the company. With his return initially speculated to be just to make the best deal for the company in terms of its sale, the 77-year-old doesn’t seem to slow down.

During a recent episode of the 83 weeks podcast, Eric Bischoff shared his take on McMahon returning as creative head of the WWE in the near future. Bischoff stated that McMahon has a habit of indulging himself in every aspect of the company, as it is in his DNA. Bischoff also feels that it hasn’t been a bad thing when the creative aspect was in McMahon’s hands.

“I don’t think too much about it because I don’t know for sure, and I don’t put a lot of thought into things that people said they have heard. I’m not saying it’s not true. I can see a scenario where it is true. My impression of Vince McMahon is that he likes to have his fingerprints over everything. That’s his history.

Would it surprise me if Vince has some input into creative? No, it would surprise me if he didn’t. It’s part of his DNA. It always has been. The follow-up question might be, do you think it’s a good thing or a bad thing? So far, it’s not been a bad thing.”

Vince McMahon hasn’t made any appearances on television since his comeback to the company. With him appearing at last year’s WrestleMania, fans may expect him to appear at this year’s event. Although McMahon isn’t back as Creative Head, there have been rumors that he was the one behind the booking of Brock Lesnar vs. Omos at WrestleMania.

Vince McMahon has been a major force in the wrestling industry, playing a pivotal role in making WWE a global phenomenon. McMahon’s creative approach and influence in the development of wrestlers and storylines have been significant in shaping the company’s success. However, his creative approach has also been criticized in recent years, leading to many wrestlers leaving the company due to a lack of creative freedom. Despite Triple H’s successful tenure as creative head, speculation is rife that McMahon may again take over the creative reins of the company.

Eric Bischoff might believe that McMahon’s involvement in creative aspects could be a good thing, given his history of having his fingerprints over everything. It is very important to note that Ringside News has not been able to confirm that Vince McMahon has any say in WWE creative. Regardless of what the future holds, it is undeniable that McMahon’s impact on the wrestling industry will continue to be felt for many years to come considering everything he did in his life.

Rahul Amare

Rahul has been an avid fan of wrestling since he was 9 years old. His earliest memories of wrestling are from the attitude era. He pursues content writing since he is passionate about watching WWE. Bret Hart, Daniel Bryan, and Chris Jericho are three of Rahul's favorite wrestlers. He is also a passionate supporter of the Indian cricket team and a movie buff.

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